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Thursday, January 30, 2014

OMG Nail Polish

I can't wait to share with you what I have on my nails today.
I felt the impulsiveness flowing in my blood veins since last night when I purchased these OMG Nail Polishes. And you know what?? I tried them all ha ha ha. I was surprised with the result. Despite of being inexpensive it did a very good job on my fingernails, the first coat achieved my desired opacity and take note they dried quickly.
OMG Nail Colors are by Klik, which is a local brand here in the Philippines. They come in an array of shades and finishes. That is my target when I get the chance to go downtown again buying more, ha ha ha (power shopping!!!).

 Here are  some  OMG Crystal Sand Collections:




Each Bottle contains 10ml at Php 20.00. In some shops they sell them
for only Php 18.00

Maybe others are curious why it is inexpensive? I suspect it is because manufactured here in the Philippines.
OMG Nail Polishes claims to be Toluene and DBP free. I observed
that the formula is very fluid, and I can say the polish goes on like it is indeed a Toluene and DBP free.
Check out for more information about these chemicals Toluene and DBP .

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Thank you for visiting.
Comments and Suggestions are very much welcome.

This is not a page article.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Pork Humba

Pork Humba
Pork Humba or Braised Pork originated from Cebu,  located in the Central Visayas Region of the Philippines.
There are many versions of Humba Recipe. But I do not have my own version, I usually follow what I have learned from different blogs and chefs and I always enjoy sampling the different versions.
I like the salty sweet tastes and the tenderness of the pork meat, I chose  pork belly on this recipe. You can use pork hocks,ham or pork chops in some recipes they are using pork trotters.


500 grams Pork belly (chunks)
2 tsp brown sugar
3 tsp cooking oil
1 small pouch black beans (drained and washed) 

4 cloves garlic
3 tsp soy sauce
1/2 tsp peppercorn
3 pcs laurel leaves
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup vinegar
2  (115 g) pouches Del Monte Pineapple tidbits
1 (8 oz) pouch Del Monte Tomato Sauce

Heat the pot and cooking oil, (medium fire), sautee garlic until golden brown, then follow with the pork belly and brown sugar, give a little stir until sugar has caramelized and add the black beans or tausi. Cover and let it simmer for a few minutes until pork is slightly golden brown.
Add water, vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorn, laurel leaves and Del Monte tomato sauce. Let it simmer first before stirring. Cover the pot again and simmer for 30 minutes or until meat is tender with a minimum fire to avoid burning.
When serving top with Del Monte pineapple tidbits.
Now it is ready to serve.

This is not a paid article.
I have been using this product for long time, which I considered as my partner in preparing
meals for my family.

Monday, January 27, 2014

Dot to Dot

 This is my first time using red nail polish, and I like the outcome. Actually, I wanted to have a heart design, but I changed my mind. There are 5 simple designs here:

1. On my thumb it is red with white dots. It is so easy, I didn't use any tools here except for a toothpick.
2. Is my Index finger, I call it minnie tiny black eyes. As you can see it is Red my base color and white tip with black dots.
3. Index finger, dotting the line? Or crossing the line? Whichever, anyway, Yes, the white dots are centered on line between black and red.
4. Ring Finger, this is the one that I like so much, white petals. It is so easy and simple, just make five dots for the petals and one silver dot in the middle of petals for the bud.
5. Pinky Finger, well, this was the simplest, only black and red.
These designs would match if you're going on a Valentine's Date this coming 14th of February.

See you on my next post.
Comments and Suggestions are very much welcome.
Thank you.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Tips How to Take Good Care of your Nails

Everyone wants to have good looking and strong finger nails, especially the ladies out there. However, there are many women that have problems with their nails.
Here are some tips from me and ms Sara  of SaraBeautyCorner my favorite nail art Guru.

Personally, I am recommending wearing gloves in washing dishes.  Commercial dishwashing liquids have chemicals that are harmful to our skin and sometimes can cause skin cancer. Even if you are gardening gloves help protect our nails from breaking and reduce dryness.
Olive oil, I also believe is the best moisturizer. Just use a few drops onto the cuticles and around the nails then massage. Do it regularly, everyday or 3 to 4 times it is up to you, but for my hands and fingers I do it twice a day. This will keep your fingers and nails healthy and shiny.

But of course, do not forget that eating healthy foods is also the main factor of having a healthy body.

Here are more tips from SaraBeautyCorner:

I hope  these tips will help to attain the best good looking fingernails that you are longing for.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Nail Art using Cotton Ball

I don't particularly like wearing black nail polish except my nail nart today requires having black, so, here I am wearing black nail polish. Not just a plain black, but black accented with white to leave the appearance of real snowflakes. After creating these glossy bright nails I am sure cotton balls can be used as tools for nail art. Before, I always wanted to have new nail art tools, every time I go downtown I never missed visiting the beauty shops to find out if there are new nail art tools in the market. Now, I think I better look around the house to explore things available that I can use as nail art tools.
What I did here first was the base coat, then the Bobbie Black nail polish. Next, get a piece of cotton ball, drop a small amount of white nail polish (SinfulColors Professional) onto a piece of paper
and  dab the polish first with the cotton ball and then gently touch nails creating your design.

Simple and easy!

Look around you, maybe there are items in your collections that you can use for your nail art.

See you on my next post.
Thank you for dropping by.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Nail Art using Finger Tips

What a busy week! My nails have been in need of some pampering!
Ladies, this design doesn't need any nail art tools or expensive nail polishes, it is easy and quick. You can use any colors available in your Nail Art Box. Just your fingertips and you'll have an amazing design like what I have accomplished.
I am going to share what I have learned from one of my favorite nail art expert SarabeautyCorner.

I used different brands of nail polishes here.
SinfulColors Professional, Bobbie, Caronia for nail hardener and base coat and  Le Belle for the top coat.

Just drop the small amount of nail polish onto a piece of paper, using your finger tips touch the drops and gently rub it on your nails, until you are satisfied with the design.

See, it's so easy.

Here are some more tutorials from Sara.
 With her permission I am going to share the video.

I hope this would help you to get an idea what would be your design. Any suggestions and honest comments are very much welcome.
Thank You

My Do It Yourself

My Do It Yourself  Pins and Paper Clips Organizer

Here is another suggestion to organize those pins and paper clips that are messing up your office or your children study table. 

Nowadays, many of the Environmentalists are pushing the " Free Plastic Community","No Plastic Environment" and many more. Honestly, we cannot eliminate using plastic in our lives. Let us accept the fact that we need some plastic.
It is only a matter of how you dispose those plastics that will affect our Mother Earth.

This time I am going to share with you how I utilize those disposable plastic food containers that have been sitting in our store room.

Materials needed:

Empty plastic food containers (any size)
Scrap box


1. Wash the containers and dry them well
2. Tailor the scrap box to fit inside the container
3. Make at least 2 or 3 divisions.

More DIY stuff coming. 
Thank you for dropping by.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

My Do It Yourself

My Do It Yourself Pen Holder

As we begin 2014 the economy is getting worst. Not just in the Philippines, but around the globe. So, here is one suggestion or a tip to save money on something we all can use.
Instead of buying a new pen holder for your office or for your child study table, I want to share with you what I did. My Do It Yourself Pen Holder made of an empty Chips Container.

Materials Needed:
Empty Chips Container (I used Pringles empty container)
Pair of Scissors
Any scrap wrapping paper with nice decoration you like.
Cutter/Small saw or serrated kitchen knife.

1. Clean the container
2. Cut any desired length
3. Measure the wrapper
4. Wrap the container and glue it well.
5. Let the glue dry first

Now, I already did my part to take care our Mother Earth.
What about you? Have you done anything? 
Well.. You can try this in your home.

Thank You for taking your time reading my DIY stuff.
Watch for more DIY tips and suggestions.

Sunday, January 5, 2014


Sinful Colors Professional is  Fun Colors!

Available at Walmart, Walgreen and
$ 1.99 (regular price) 
15 ml (0.5 fl oz)

" Inexpensive, but good quality" that is Sinful Colors Professional."
It seems like they are very professional in the packaging. At first I wasn't sure about the quality of this product. Actually, it was my husband who bought this from Walmart and like me he is also fond of  "SALE" he got these for only $0.99 each bottle.
Husband knows that I like nail polishes and I always look for a price that won't hurt my wallet. After trying " Cream Pink 152" and "Frenzy 922" (glitters in purple), I would say Sinful Colors Professional really proves that they are Professional. They can compete with any other expensive nail polishes out there in my opinion. They are incredibly worth the price, on sale or not.

Neon pink  (Cream Pink 152)
Here with lights on

Cream Pink 152 when the lights off 
Purple Glitters (Frenzy 922)

Pros: Opaque, quick dry, pretty colors, affordable, many colors to choose from, available at any Leading Department Stores like Walmart and Walgreen.
Glitters (Frenzy 922) are  very fine and not difficult to remove. I remember months ago I have used glitters  just for a try, but it took me awhile before I removed.

Cons: The brush is so thick I can’t use it for nail art. My suggestion is to be careful in using because the brush picks a lot. Be sure to wipe off the excess.

Sinful Colors Professional 

Cream pink  152
Dream on 113
Snow me white 101
Frenzy 922
Love nail 282