Some products in the market are made specifically to deal with acne, so just slot these items wherever it complement your personal routine!
We highlight 10 cool kicks from some of our favourite brands on the block to keep you updated on the latest sneakers trend. Here's one for 17 July 2020.
For those who’s already planned their outfits for the next gathering, here are some products that will look great as part of your streetwear collection.
From 50 shades of foundation to shimmery highlighters, Fenty Beauty is now on sale, so you can shine bright like a diamond at a fraction of the usual price.
UK-based TransferWise started as an online money transfer service, letting people transfer money between countries at a cheaper rate than with a bank. Europeans may be familiar with the brand, but in Asia, Singapore is Transferwise’s first stop, and their mission is to help travellers cut down on hidden costs pegged to international transactions. TransferWise Debit Mastercard is similar to a multi-currency account, where users can hold over 40 different currencies, and exchange currencies in the comfort of their own phone.
SINGAPORE — Full disclaimer: I have never been to New Zealand. But it should be noted that the praises heaped upon New Zealand are aplenty, and maybe there’s something there in the numerous testimonies of people raving about the undisputed beauty of New Zealand’s scenery, the food, the wine, the weather and so much more.
SINGAPORE — Glamping remains some of the best way to experience adventure without going through the accompanying uncertainties of outdoor camping. If you reside in Singapore, you don’t even need to go far to experience glamping at an idyllic destination. Enter Natra Bintan, accessible a mere hour away from Tanah Merah Ferry Port.
Many Singaporeans I’ve spoken to balk at the idea of camping – not the accessible sort of glamping that took over the travel scene a couple of years ago – but a tent-erecting, grit-filled, non-showering, sleeping-under-the-stars kind of camping. With not much nature in our backyard, Singaporeans are rightly apprehensive about heading into the wild with nothing but a well-packed backpack and a sense of adventure.