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Perrie Edwards inspired Golden brown smoky eye tutorial (and Tony moly dual stamp eye liner review as bonus!) ^^

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So, we all noticed Perrie Edwards look in Little Mix’s hit song “Shout out to my ex!”. She is already really beautiful and that little star under her eyes surely created a new trend. And so when I saw the dual stamp eyeliner from Tony moly, I couldn’t control myself from buying one lol 😉

Dual stamp eyeliner from Tonymoly has two sides, one with stamp and one with eyeliner. There were three stamp shapes available: a smiley face, heart shape and a star. I loved the heart shape, so I bought that one. Though the tip of the eyeliner is not that thin, so you need to be careful while applying. But the eye liner is waterproof and stays without getting smudged. ^_^

Let’s stop talking and go straight in to the tutorial. This is my first talk through tutorial. I hope you would enjoy the video. Don’t forget…

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Arrange Marriage

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I think I’ve said it couple of times writing about arrange marriage, but that just didn’t happen because it’s a sensitive issue in the part of the world where it is maintained, but then I realized not all who lives in that part of the world gives a shit about what a messed up woman like me writes in her blog lol 😛

So, arrange marriage is the the type of marriage where bride and groom are chosen by their families. If the families aren’t much conservative, bride and grooms are given chance to talk to each other by phone, or they can even go for a date, after the wedding is fixed. But not every couple are lucky, still there’s some part of the world, where the girl says “Kabul” (more like saying “yes”), without even knowing what her husband looks like. This is in case of Muslim wedding of…

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Blue & bronze halo eye tutorial <3

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Easy violet eyes tutorial with Pony Memebox

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So, this valentines’s day, my husband was like, “I’m going to buy you whatever you wish, just name it!” What a great chance to make your husband poor in a minute, huh! But, as I am a good wife, who knows she shouldn’t spend much of her husband’s money, so I took just an eye shadow palette from the outlet of Love, Health & Beauty near Pusan National University. (Be proud of your wife, dear husband! 😉 ) So, the palette is Pony Memebox Shine Easy Glam Eyeshadow Palette. This is a collaboration of the Memebox company with the famous beauty vlogger of Korea, Pony. So, there comes the name Pony Memebox. 🙂

While, thinking about giving a review, I felt like why don’t make a tutorial? So, people can watch me using the palette live and this will give a fair idea about the palette…

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Trying Hanbok for the first time!

So, last week, we went to Seoul. The reason of going was I had to apply for a visa in Singapore embassy for attending a conference. Well, the authority there said due to lack of time for visa processing there’s a good possibility that, I’m going to miss the conference. I was really heartbroken, because it keeps happening to me for the past few months. And so, to cheer me up, my husband decided that we take a short trip! Gosh, I keep falling in love with this man again and again! ❤

We were looking for opportunities for trying out hanbok or traditional Korean dress for a long time but we never had it. Our friends there, mentioned about this place, Gyeongbokgung Palace, mostly because of the museum there. Because I was telling earlier how I loved to see a museum. But then arriving there, when we saw so many people trying out hanbok, we couldn’t resist ourselves either. lol 😛

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because its location is furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeonghuigung (Western Palace) Palace. Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces.

The premises were once destroyed by fire during the Imjin War (Japanese Invasions, 1592-1598). However, all of the palace buildings were later restored under the leadership of Heungseondaewongun during the reign of King Gojong (1852-1919).

Remarkably, the most representative edifices of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeonghoeru Pavilion and Hyangwonjeong Pond have remained relatively intact. Woldae and the sculptures of Geunjeongjeon (The Royal Audience Chamber) represent past sculptures of contemporary art.

The National Palace Museum of Korea is located south of Heungnyemun Gate, and the National Folk Museum is located on the eastern side within Hyangwonjeong.

Reference: http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/ATR/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=264337

Near the palace, there are some shops that rents you a hanbok for 10,000-30,000 KRW, for up to 4 hours. When you go there you will see plenty of hanbok and you get to choose one, however you like. They will help you wear it. They will even provide you a makeover even if you want. Korean people usually wear this dress in their traditional occasions. Though it looks more like a gown, but it is much similar to tunic. At first you have to wear the tunic part and then the blouse over it. Well, I mean the female wear hanbok, I’m not sure about the male wear lol 😛

When you go there you will see plenty of foreigners, sometimes even Koreans renting a hanbok and roaming around wearing one. It’s actually quite fun, wearing and trying out a new dress. Specially when everyone around you is also trying out like you. People walking in the streets wearing a hanbok, everyone looking at them with curiosity, even they looking at each other with curiosity, sometimes even pedestrians complementing you, saying you look beautiful, well, that’s one lovely experience for sure.

And specially, when a hijabi girl like me, tries a dress like this! I think it was a good fusion, you know? Hanbok & hijab! 🙂 In some pictures there are two other ladies with me, I don’t know where they are from, but by their appearance, I guess, they are from China. We were crossing each other, and suddenly they asked for a picture with me! 😀

Anyways, enough talking, let’s see some pictures!

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There are also some other nice places around there, so make sure to keep times in your hand! I hope you liked the post! Have a nice day!

Munira Chowdhury, 02/03/2017

Trick Eye Museum in Busan

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I heard so much about this place from my husband after coming here, but didn’t get a chance to visit there. The place is actually full of 3d arts and built in a way to create optical illusion. They have other branches in cities like Jeju, Seoul etc. To get there, I mean to the one in Busan, you have to take line 1, in subway, and get off at Jagalchi station and walk like 3-4minutes and you will see Nampo Plaza. At 9th floor, you will find the museum. The ticket charges 10,000 Korean won for adults and 8,000 Korean won for kids.

It’s not really actually possible to describe it in words, so I’ll show you the pictures first!

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I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this place! Every time I take a look at the pictures I burst out laughing! 😀 I strongly recommend if you ever get a chance please…

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Gold cut crease eyes

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Hello lovelies! Hope you are having a nice weekend! I am having a good time too, specially because my husband didn’t leave me alone at home for a single minute this weekend lol :p Another reason to fall in love with him again 😍

As you guys already know I started my own youtube channel two weeks ago. I am still new, and it gets all clumsy when I do it in front of camera. I am still trying to work on it, to make it more better, to practice even more. And as a continuation of practice, I filmed a new tutorial yesterday.

This is a gold cut crease eyes, and as you guys know cut crease is very famous makeup trend now a days. So, I thought I would give that a try! And here’s how it came out:


And here’s the tutorial:

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Tutorial: How to make your eyes look bigger and more expressive

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So, one of my friend had requested me to make a tutorial about making eyes look bigger with makeup. So, I filmed a tutorial yesterday and here’s the link:

Though I mentioned almost everything there but let’s take a look again at the tricks and tips on how to make your eyes look bigger & more expressive with makeup:

  • The golden rule: When you want your eyes to be focused always use a light color lipstick.
  • Eyeshadow basic: Dark color on crease area and bright color over lids. And by bright I mean something really shiny.
  • When drawing eyeliner, never joint lower and upper lash lines in both the corner of your eyes.Rather leave a gap, and spread them outward. That way, you don’t create an boundary of your eye but create an illusion.
  • Always use a white eye pencil or nude color on water line of your eyes. That…

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Bengali wedding guest makeup

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Hello guys! Hope you are enjoying the weekend! 😁

So, this time of the year is wedding season for Bangladesh and you get invitations to attend a wedding like everyday lol :p

So, I thought this time I would give a try to a wedding guest look! And here’s the preview, lol 😛 :

I am kinda relaxed after finishing those exams and makeup is my ways of having a good time 😜 So, here it is:

As I told you guys before, Bengali weddings are kinda colorful, that’s why we use a lots of colors in our eyes. 😉
I hope you would enjoy this tutorial and if you do, please give me a thumbs up and don’t forget to subscribe!!!

Munira Chowdhury, 18/12/2016

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