Today, I'm sharing my top five favourite Asian eye and face masks with you!
Gotta keep the skin moisturised and feeling soft~ see which products there are by watching the video below through this link:

Laneige Water Sleeping Pack
My Beauty Diary Masks
Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Sheet Mask
Kao Steam Eye Masks
Petitfeé Black Pearl and Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches

I visited Iceland for 5 days with my friend Grace. It was my first time travelling with a friend, so it was a lot of fun!

Some of my most memorable experiences included horseback riding, exploring the city centre at our own pace and visiting the blue lagoon. See what we got up to in my Iceland Vlogs...

Watch part one here and part two here

I'll be making another trip to Iceland very soon. Can't wait to capture more amazing photos and footage!
Flashback to 2015. Opening up more and sharing with you guys 15 of my experiences from last year.

Watch part 1 here & part 2 here

Rather than exploring lots of new cosmetics, 2015 was the year where I attempted a wider variety of makeup styles and focused on skincare.

I've toned down my spending on new products and have been trying to use up what I already have since the beginning of summer. This is because when I moved back home and reorganised my belongings, I was surprised and overwhelmed by the amount of beauty products that I accumulated. I'm also going abroad for about half a year soon, so I've been trying not to purchase anything that I'll be able to buy there! I know for sure that I'll be buying lots of cosmetics from different brands, so look forward to my future hauls!

The cosmetics that I've been loving this year remains almost the same as the ones mentioned in my 2014 favourites, with some additional products that'll be introduced later. I'm most definitely still using the Maybelline Eraser Eye Concealer all the time (currently on my 5th one) and I'm still devoted to the skincare brand Dear Klairs.

Last year, I mentioned that the Dior L'Absolu De Parfum was my favourite perfume and it still is. However, I gravitate towards this one by Kenzo more when I'm just going out to hang with friends. It doesn't smell like typical flowers - theres a bit of sweetness to it and it's a lot more affordable.

2. Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado
This keeps the area around my eyes moisturised and is a good base for concealer.

3. Innisfree's Skinny Waterproof Microcara
I used this mascara non-stop from Spring to Autumn and then forced myself to retire it because it starting smelling weird (gross, I know). The applicator is super skinny, so it's easy to grab all the lashes. It also lengthens the lashes and looks really natural. I'm currently using a different mascara from Maybelline, but I'll be repurchasing this one from Innisfree real soon.

4. Soap & Glory's Archery 2-in-1 Brow Pencil [Hot Chocolate]
My brows are sparse and thin, so I like to outline them with a brow pencil before filling them in. This particular pencil is really thin and precise and having a brush on the other end makes life a lot easier.

5. M.A.C's 208 Angled Brush
This is hands down, the best brush for applying eyebrow powder. It's small and although thin, deposits a lot of colour. The bristles are short and stiff too but also has flexibility which makes it easy to control. I use this every single time I fill in my brows.

6. Model Co Crème Rouge Cheek and Lips Tint [Just Peachy]
I've never used this on my lips before, but this cream tint lasts for a long time on my cheeks. A little goes a long way, which is awesome but can be impractical if you're in a rush.

7. Sleek Blush [926 - Rose Gold]
You would've seen this product a couple of times if you watch my makeup tutorials. This is easy to apply if you have a nice fluffy brush. The shade is beautiful and the subtle golden shimmer acts a bit like highlighter. I love it.

8. Real Techniques Buffing Brush and Contour Brush
These brushes are the ones that I use to apply powder blush. They're fluffy and don't shed.

9. Burberry Face Contour Pen [No.1 Medium]
After watching hundreds of makeup videos and seeing different girls contour their face, I was still unsure on how to do it. This contour pen was all the rage during London Fashion Week, so I caved in and purchased it. It's so easy to use and blend! Even beginners can use this with ease.

10. & Other Stories' Lipstick [22B]
It's not often that I try out cosmetics from brands that sell mostly clothes. I decided to give this a go because it's a flattering nude with a brown undertone. It's not drying, doesn't accentuate dry patches on my lips and it's also similar to M.A.C's Velvet Teddy (also cheaper).

Share your 2015 beauty faves with me in the comment section! Hopefully there'll be even more amazing beauty releases in the next year.