Review: Daiso Winwax Nailpolish ★★★☆☆

It has been a while that I write a blogpost for all of you readers. With this chance, I'm thankful for all the readers reading my blog and my blog-posts. Today I want to review some Daiso products for you. 

Daiso is a large Japanese franchise of 100-yen shops and owned by Daiso Sangyo Corp. Little of us know that Daiso has been opened for over 44 years originating as a street vending shop in 1972. After 44 years of selling 100-yen goods, Daiso currently has over 4500 stores around the globe. It is famous for its cute and useful goods with the very affordable price range, it is getting more famous among Western countries and some Asian countries. 

Back to review, I bought this nail polish a while back when my old top coat has been used up and I saw this top coat at Daiso. Knowing the price, I decided to give it a try. One of the top coat impressed me. 

I bought this Winwax top coats from Daiso. One is the Matte Finish top coat and another one is the quick dry top coat. I rarely use top coats since I tend to mess them up quite frequently and these two nail top coats surprised me. 

The quick dry one is a bit let down for me since it is not the best of the best. It is not quick drying and the consistency is quite watery so it is a bit difficult to use at first. I tried a few times with this top coat and I decided that I didn't like it so it was a miss. 

The next one is the Matte finish version. This had impressed me a lot. I never really use matte top coats since they are pretty expensive from OPI and other brands so I decided to give it a try since they are both S$2 from Daiso. I like the matte finish. However, it is not my holy grail. I am that type of girl who loves shiny nail polishes and anything shiny and sparkly. The matte version is much better condition than the quick dry version so if you are thinking of trying one for yourself, do try the Matte finish. 

Since I went through the lifestyle change, well I should say I'm half way through the process, I downsized a lot of my nail polishes and left with my absolutely favorite ones in my collection. With the downsizing, I decided to give away both of these top coats since they are not my holy grail favorites that are worth keeping in my collection. I will review more about my holy grail nail polishes that I keep in my Minimalist Nail Polish Collection soon to you all. Hope this review somewhat helpful for your decision.

Overall, I will give this product 3 out of 5 stars. 

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Lip Gloss or Lipstick: Lip gloss
Eye liner or Mascara: Mascara
Foundation or Concealer: Foundation
Neutral or Colored Eye Shadow: Neutral
Pressed or Loose Eye Shadow: Pressed Brushes or Sponges: Sponges


OPI or China Glaze: OPI (China glaze sucks :'( ) Long or Short Nails: Long Acrylic or Natural: Natural Brights or Darks: Neutrals? :P Flower or No Flower: NO FLOWER


Perfume or Body Splash: Perfume Lotion or Body Butter: Lotion Body Wash or Soap: Body Wash Lush or Other bath company: LUSHHH!!!


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Curly or Straight: Straight Bun or Ponytail: Bun Bobby pins or Butterfly clips: Neither Hair spray or Gel: Neither Long or Short: Long but I'm always with short hair :( Light or Dark: Dark (Mostly Red!!) Side sweep bangs or Full bangs: Side sweep Up or Down: UP!


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Transforming your small balconies into your private home offices | Interior Design

Last week, I wrote a blog about my favorite way to decorate my home in a minimalistic way. In that blogpost, I wrote about the ways to decorate the balconies and my favourite way to decorate them. Today, I want to share another blogpost about more ways to decorate balconies, mainly transforming the balconies to the home offices.

Living in Singapore is a luxury for space. Since Singapore is so small in size, every housing is small. As a sort-of-minimalist, living small is okay with me. When I move out my current rental and have my own place, I am pretty sure that I will not have my own place for my office. As I write a lot and film videos for my YouTube channel, I would like to have my own home office so that I get to film and write more without anyone disturbing me and I get to learn more coding on my own at my free time. So as usual, I went to Pintrest to look for more ideas to transform the small balconies to home offices.

Home offices does not necessarily need to be big. As long as you are using the space effectively and in a beautiful way to increase your productivity. Since balconies are originally small, it is not costly to decorate them.

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