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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Yippi My Hippi Market is born in within 10 hours.

Please feel free to have a look at my Hippi Market.. yippi finally!

I start develop the blog at 2pm today editing, do some HTML, Uploading photo, Blog template selection.. labeling.. but Price is not up yet! I officially have a soft launch at here first... Will start promoting it soon once I label it with the price tag and description.

Nian Tse Hippi Market

Will Continue to blog about more Juice Beauty and Clarins...
Stay tune

Good nite all...

Clarins White Plus HP at Midvalley, Center Court

Went to Clarins roadshow at Mid valley Centre Court on 26th Feb 2010, Friday that day. Clarins launching their latest Whitening Skincare - White Plus HP now enriched with Sea Lily.
As usual beside checking out their product during that day, Clarins giving out FOC for nail painting ,eye brow trimming and light refreshment on that day but only for those who get invitation and registered.

...DaDa...let me present my Clarins Hauls....

"Damage" on that day... RM391..

Bought below

1) White Plus Hp -Intensive Whitening Smoothing Serum 30 ml - RM260
2) White Plus - Renewing Gentle Exfoliator 50 ml - RM131

The 2 bottle from the left (Renewing Gentle Exfoliator and Intensive Whitening Smoothing Serum) and the rest are freebies...and I got a free facial voucher too when i played the games after the tunnel visit on that day.

and.. I get a free caricature pic

And I met Lilian over there as well.. check out her blog about Clarins event

at Lilian and you can check out my photo there as well :P

Friday, February 26, 2010

How to curl your hair the green way?

I found a really cool way to curl the hair... in a very cheap way! n most important is without chemical!

Watch at here

Juice Beauty In Malaysia

I received an email invitation to redeem some mystery gift at Juice Beauty @ Midvalley.
mnn... but not much infor on how to redeem it. I will check out later on at Mid valley and let you all know.

here my short review about one of the given sample from Juice beauty -- Juice Beauty <-- Click here

Friday, February 19, 2010

Jean's - One Year on Blogger Give Away

For those that who try some luck to get some freebies

Please click on Jean Blog add yourself as a Follower


Saturday, February 6, 2010

Malaysia's Next Top Meow Contest

For those that like to win a Shu Uemura
Face Mist worth RM80. Please feel free to see see look look at

vonvon giving out present... yeah!

I would like to introduce a blog - n beside take a chance to enter the contest that organizer by blog owner.

Click here to find out more information!

Valentine's Day Giveaway

Hello.. Happy Saturday!

Yes... giveaway for valentine day. How to enter this contest..

as simple as A-B-C

Just enter your Name and Email Address @ here!!!

Good Luck : )

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Sisley Warehouse Sales....

Check out the United Colors of Benetton & Sisley Event Sale at Wisma Bakti Siti Hasmah, No 6, Changkat Abang Haji Openg, Taman Tun Dr Ismail from 10am till 7pm.

Prices start at RM5.

Map to direct you go there...

Wise Speech

Love him or hate him, he sure hits the nail on the head with this! Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school. He talks about how feel-good, politically correct teachings created a generation of kids with no concept of reality and how this concept set them up for failure in the real world.

Rule 1
: Life is not fair - get used to it!

Rule 2
: The world won't care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.

Rule 3
: You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out of high school. You won't be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.

Rule 4
: If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you get a boss.

Rule 5
: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your Grandparents had a different word for burger flipping: they called it opportunity.

Rule 6
: If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.

Rule 7
: Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parent's generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.

Rule 8
: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life HAS NOT. In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.

Rule 9
: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you FIND YOURSELF. Do that on your own time..

Rule 10
: Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Rule 11
: Be nice to nerds. Chances are you'll end up working for one.

A professional mistake

Your alarm rings, signalling another brand new day. You get up, looking forward for another new day of challenge, another new day to learn. After washing up, you put on your office outfit, giving you that professional look, one that you believe many out there envy. Breakfast follows (perhaps), and you head off to your office. You’re one of the earliest to arrive, ahead of all your superior and when they come in later, they greet you and you feel all charged up for another productive day. Plenty to do and learn and hence, you are prepared to stay back late to do all that is necessary.

If you’re currently doing a degree in finance, accounting or law, the above is probably what you’ve been waiting for all these years. You work your ass off (well… most of you) in university because it’s your dream to join one of those big glamorous firms out there in the market. Lawyers and accountants are the usual suspects for this curse. Once graduated, all of them will run like headless chicken towards those big firms. If you’re an accounting student… you want to be an auditor in one of the Big-4 right?

Well, if you do make it, it’s like a dream come true. In such firms, you get a personal computer, maybe a notebook (wow!). All your stationeries are free, and it’s also the first time you step into a ‘pantry’, where you can make your own coffee, just like those nice offices in TVB series. Next, you get an exclusive e-mail, the domain after your name is not the ordinary or or… No, it’s not, it’s You can’t wait to tell that to your friend.

Then comes the feeling of giving a business card with your name on it, and it’s not any other business card, it’s one with your name on it, it’s one that signifies you’re an employee with a-big-and-glamorous-firm. And… the word below your name is not a lowly “accounts executive”… the word below your name is exclusive… the word below your name is… “Associate”. And when your friend gives you the “Wow, you’re an associate with this firm?”… you get into instant orgasm.

3 or 6 months into your job, you will then be experiencing the euphoria of saying… I-am-very-busy… I-have-a-lot-work… I-worked-till-very-late-last-night… I-can't-make-it-for-the-gathering-cos-I-have-to-work-this-weekend. Yeah, it’s an euphoria because to you, it’s a privilege to be busy, it’s very cool to work late, you’re very proud to work in during weekends. When you utter such words, a sense of arrogance and pride radiates from you. You feel great because working so hard means you learnt a lot of things, those not in the professional industry somehow looks lowly to you. You feel big, you feel you’re a level smarter than them .Reality will tend to sink in within 2 years or so, though the duration seems to be getting shorter and shorter now with the younger generation.

First, you will probably ask yourself, how come a graduate like you must do all sorts of donkey jobs such as photocopying, checking invoices, going through pile and pile of documents and filing. You will also be wondering how come your superior whom you once looked up to have to suck up to clients. Oh yeah… most all clients are unreasonable.

If you’re an accountant, you will probably realise that there is no such thing called a ‘balance’ sheet. It’s balanced because you did the balancing act so that your big boss can sign on it and certify it as ‘true and fair’. Yeah… signing on accounts, the job that you once dreamed of… isn’t exactly all a bed of roses. You then realise that you will probably never reach that “just-need-to-sign-only stage” but hey… it’s ok, you probably hate that job by now. When you tell your client something, chances are you are just as blur and confuse as them. But you have to act as though you’re an expert because you’re the con-sul-tant. This is just a glimpse of it.

Now, all the late nights and irregular meals will probably caused you to age 8 years in 2 years. Those I-am-very-busy… I-have-a-lot-work… I-worked-till-very-late-last-night… I-can't-make-it-for-the-gathering-cos-I-have-to-work-this-weekend will take its toll on your body and it will show. You will probably look very skinny… or very far… you will certainly look old and worn out. Working late and spending weekends in the office is no longer a cool thing but absolute stupidity. But hey… you will still have to do it, because there’s still much work to be done.

By now, all your friends who ended up as salesmen or doing other thing except being a professional, those whom you felt superior to are driving anything but a proton. But for you, it’s time to think whether you should buy a proton cause your perodua is beginning to give you problem. Of course, if your father is well-connected fella, things can be different. But if you’re not, tough luck. You’ll be wondering how come you’re generally under-paid. Those exposure and learning curve that you once craved are no longer relevant. You want to make more money. But unless you’re a partner of the glamorous firm, money can be a lil tough to come by.

At this point of time, probably after 3, 4 or 5 years, you finally realised that document (click on this link!) you signed when you first joined the glamorous firm was nothing but lies. Then, you decide to ply your trade in the commercial world, you leave those glamorous firm. You think joining a commercial firm will bring about a good change, not knowing that such move means you switched from being a ‘profit centre’ to a ‘cost centre’. One of the main effect of the switch is that you will be working doubly hard compared to the profit centre, which probably includes a lot of late nights too… but your salary and bonus is much lower compared to profit centre. What does this mean… a story for another time.

One thing for sure… your morning will now be something like…

Your alarm rings, signalling another day… another weekday. You get up, after snoozing the alarm a million and one times. You hope today is Friday, but it’s not, and you feel like shit. You think of a million and one reasons to take MC, but you realised you have to go to office because you failed to finish the report due today though you stayed till 10pm last night. You tell yourself you need to change job, just like how you have been telling yourself in the last 1 year. Once in office, you’re in a dilemma cause you want time to go slower so that you can finish your work but yet, you want time to go faster so that you can leave the office and go for lunch.

During lunch, you will bitch with your colleagues about work and probably the bosses. You will all talk about so many people who seem to be doing so well except for you. You realised you should have done something else while in university.

You realised you may have made a mistake in life… a mistake in being a professional… you have made… a professional mistake.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

February Jewel

February is a good month for 2010 year.
We celebrate V-day and Chinese New Year together on the same day.

And Jewel in my title its doesn't mean I got a Jewel.
BUT I have some free goodies from Laneige, B.liv, care brand... uh huuu...