Daily Routine + REVIEW + EASY Bulgogi Recipe

So for all you ladies, here is my daily makeup routine. People are always complimenting that I have big eyes, half of it is that, I kind of do have big eyes, and the other half (of course!) is makeup! Check out daily routine.. !! (Ha ha... sorry my hair is wet in 75% of these photos!)

Start with a clean face! Wash, moisturize, and time to add foundation.


I first apply Skin Food Aloe BB cream in 1 (it's wayyyy to white for me!)
I then apply a small amount of Neutrogena Healthy Skin in Natural Beige for color.
My skin is farrr too dry for powders in the winter season!

NYX concealer in jar - beige

Wet n' Wild Kohl Brow - Eyeliner

Next comes the EYES:
the item in question is Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eyeliner in Blackest Black
I have bought this before, I saw it in a japanese magazine and thought hey, why not?
It worked very well. I switched for awhile (who knows why) and now I am back!
I line my UPPER eyelid with this.

Lower water line with MUFF Aqua Eyes OL

Shade lower lashline with 4th color of Revlon Colorstay Copper Spice Quad

Lancome Courbe Virtouse


Maybelline Mineral Power - True peach

TA DA !!

My final every day look~~ not too special but you can deffenatly see that makeup helps make your eyes look BRIGHT, BIG, and CUTE ^ ^

NOW... does Revlon Color stay Liquid liner hold up??

Let's see...

Revlon Color stay after 7 hours! No smudging, no flaking, no fading!
Honestly, this is one of my fav. liquid liners of all time!
Pick it up if you have a chance ^ ^

BTW, yes.... brown is my natural eye color!!

  • about 1 LBS thinly sliced beef (buy pre-sliced at korean market! i used around .6 LBS)
  • 1 small onion or 1/2 of a large onion
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 or 2 scallions
  • 2 TBS soy sauce
  • 1 TBS sesame seed oil
  • 1 TBS sugar
  1. Chop up garlic, slice onion into long thin slices, cut up green onions
add all the ingredients into a bowl and let marinade for ATLEAST 30 minutes, the longer the better!

3. use a grill for bulgogi or heat up a pan on high before cooking so it gets that grilled effect! Place the beef flat on the pan, let it cook halfway through, flip them, cook the other side. Ta-da! Finish ^ ^

YAY! that's how you make some easy bulgogi. Simple huh??