POP-EYE Effect with BrowHaus

Look good fresh out of bed with Browhaus’ Eye Define treatment, a semi-permanent eyeliner!

Ladies, we know all too well the struggle we face, applying black liner to our eyelids at 8 a.m. with trembling hands and the frustration of a badly drawn flick.

Well, struggle no more because Browhaus has the ultimate solution: Eye Define, a treatment that draws a semi-permanent eyeliners onto your upper and/or lower eyelids, to get a big and beautiful eyes with lesser hassle for make-up.

Looks like you’ll get to sleep in for that five minutes longer and walk out the door, looking fresh and oh-so-effortless.

Using 100% safe vegetable-based dyes, Eye Define will line and define your eyes to give them that perfect pop!

Want to give it a shot? You could!

Browhaus is offering a complimentary Eye Define consultation with every lash curl-up treatment at $35 (U.P. $75)! Visit the nearest Browhaus outlet today!

For more information,
Website: http://www.browhaus.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/browhaus 
Instagram: @Browhaussg


Big Gulp Mixology Installation at Cineleisure Orchard from 3-11 Aug 2013

7-Eleven will be launching its first visually-captivating outdoor installation for ‘Big Gulp Mixology’ campaign. The campaign will be featuring a floor art installation with 3D sculptures of 7-Eleven’s iconic Big Gulp cups pouring sodas into a giant whirlpool!

With this Mixology campaign, 7-Eleven is encouraging people create their own unique and yummy concoction by mixing different flavours of soda from the Gulp selection!

You can check out the art installation which will be placed outside Cineleisure Orchard from 3-11 August! On weekends from 11am-7pm, you can also get a chance to snap photos with the Gulp mascot and bring home balloons too!

Additionally, there will be an instagram contest will be held from 3 – 11 August whereby 3 winners with the most creative post will be selected and given $100 choice voucher each! So snap, snap, snap away!

A Visit to Eurasian Community House on 20 July 2013

Singapore Heritage Festival 2013 was held from 19 July to 28 July 2013, all over Singapore. I was delighted that there was an opportunity for me to attend some of the guided trails in Singapore during this period.

I took part in The Eurasian Experience Open House & Tour at the Eurasian Community House at 139 Ceylon Road (near Dunman Road and Tanjong Katong Sec School area)

Beautiful ceramic painting of Portugal port near the entrance of Eurasian Community House…

Eurasion Heritage Centre is located inside the Eurasian Community House.

Eurasian Heritage centre is open from Tuesday to Sundays from 10am to 6pm, Closed on Monday.

The volunteer guide for Eurasian Heritage experience – Ms Michelle Tessensohn

Ms Michelle Tessensohn did a very good introduction to the Eurasian Heritage Centre and shared quite a lot of interesting Eurasian culture with the visitors. I didn’t know that she’s the great granddaughter of Mr Edward Tessensohn. Tessersohn is a German surname as I know sohn means son in German (eg Mendelsohn = Mendel’s son)

By the way, Tessensohn sounds familiar right? Hmm….

Yes, it’s One of the Singapore road near Balestier Road and Race Course Road area. The road was named after Mr Edward Tessensohn, a Eurasian who came from Malacca.

Do visit their showcase at Level 1 The Eurasian Experience and Level 4 The World War II – The Eurasian Story and Level 4 Roots of Our Community to find out more about the interesting culture. Europeans settled in Asia and married local Asians and their descendants are known as Eurasians. Heard that a lot of Eurasians are active in media industry such as Cheryl Fox (Channel News Asia), Class 95 DJ Jean Danker and DJ Vernatta Lopez.

In Singapore, there are also quite a number of roads that are named after Eurasians at around Kovan Road/Upper Serangoon area (Simon Road, Aroozoo Avenue), Little India Area (Desker Road).

I managed to see some beautiful Eurasian teenagers performing Eurasian dance such as Jinkli Nona. The portuguese folk music sounds very joyful and lively and makes people want to dance along with the music.

Here’s the music with the dance (in 1 of the youtube videos):

Picture of the beautiful dancers:

Tasted the traditional Eurasian sugee cake (heard it’s quite difficult to bake this type of cake) with the wonderful almond smell… freshly baked from Quentin Restaurant at Eurasian Community House. Yummy.

It’s good to try some Eurasian food to understand more about the unique Eurasian culture with the fusion of European and Asian taste.

Perhaps you can come to Quentin Restaurant to try out some Eurasian dishes such as Curry Debal (Devil’s Curry) and other delicious Eurasian dishes. Quentin Restaurant is located at Eurasian Community House, 139 Ceylon Road. You can visit www.quentins.com.sg to find out more about their menu, and promotions.

Quentin’s Restaurant – OPENING HOURS​: Tuesday to Sunday, CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Lunch starts at 11:30am – 2:30pm

Dinner 6:30pm-10:30pm and they do open till 12midnight During Fridays!

For more information about Eurasian Community House and Eurasian association, please visit http://www.eurasians.org.sg/

Commemorating 50 years of Greening Singapore Music Video Featuring Big Bro & Dr Jia Jia and sung by Lorraine Tan

I am sharing this video as the intro was very interesting from Dr Jia Jia’s dialogue with his big bro. It is not easy to have 50 years of greening. In fact many places has celebrate 50years of anniversary such as National Park Board, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Church of Singapore this year.

Hope people can save more trees and be more environmental friendly. Hope you enjoy this video and Lorraine Tan’s song.

Parting Glances: Singapore’s Evolving Spaces Exhibition at National Library Building

Parting Glances: Singapore’s Evolving Spaces Photo exhibition will be held at level 7 National Library Building at 100 Victoria Street, from 25 July to 31 August 2013. It features 6 different neighbourhoods namely, Seletar Camp, Lorong Buangkok, Macpherson, People’s Park Chinatown, Queentown and Pulau Ubin.

Many things and buildings have to make way for redevelopment purposes. It is difficult to part them and its rich history. With an 
aim to capture and preserve history as it is unfolding, Parting Glances brings Singapore’s delicate balancing act of forging the future while preserving the past to centre stage through these 24 photos and the accompanying launch of a hardcover book with the same title.

Do visit the exhibition soon. For more details, please visit http://golibrary.nlb.gov.sg/Exhibitions/48672/Parting_Glances__SIngapore_s_Evolving_Spaces.aspx

Heritage Meals in your Home Kitchen with Ayam Brand!


Let’s celebrate National day in a fun way by cooking some heritage meals! Are you craving for that bowl of Singapore Laksa, but don’t know how to cook it or dread at the amount of effort needed? Don’t worry! Ayam Brand has the perfect solution to help you cook your favourite heritage meals with ease this National day! 

Ayam Brand, a known heritage brand in Singapore since 1892, has stepped forward to help Singaporeans re-live the tastes of these local heritage foods with a range of curry pastes. Ayam Brand curry paste comes in the following flavours – Laksa, Nonya Curry, Red Curry, Green Curry and Rendang. Made from 100% natural ingredients with No added MSG and No added Preservatives, it’s tasty, healthier and most importantly it has kept the authenticity taste of the dish. 

Sounds interesting? Join Ayam Brand in celebrating Singapore’s birthday by learning how to cook some of our heritage meals at your home kitchen now! 

For more information, visit http://bit.ly/heritagefood 

Project Dreamcatchers: Exhibition till 24 July 2013

Tomorrow will be the last day for Project Dreamcatcher at Sculpture Square (old Middle Road church, opposite fortune centre).  Do come and catch it. Visit https://www.facebook.com/projectdreamcatchers for more details.

Project Dreamcatcher is organised by NUH Kids, MCCY and National Youth Council. NUH presents an inspiring showcase of artworks created by youths living with childhood chronic illnesses. From 19th to 24th July, see these wondrous creations of hopes and dreams.

You can feel the positive energy and hope that every art pieces bring. I do not know why these artists are very positive despite of their chronic conditions they suffered when they were young. At least they are much happier people and I hope that we healthy people can be more positive like them.