Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Advantages of Buying Replica Watches

Most of us average income earners dreamt of having even one high end watch. But these high end watches come with a very high budget which most of us cannot afford and will only remain as a dream unless luck comes our way and win the lottery. Fortunately, Replica Watches are made available for the public.

Buying replica watches come with advantages. 

1.       The Price. Take for example a Cartier watch. The lowest priced that I have seen so far is in the price range of $4200-$5000. A way too expensive for an ordinary citizen like me. But with a high quality Cartier replica watch it will only cost about $300-$600. It has the same look as the original and almost with the same luxurious feel. 

2.       Can Own More than One. With a $4200 budget instead of getting a 1 piece high end watch we can actually buy 14 replica wristwatches. We can expand our collection from casual to sporty, from simple to grand wrist watches that will match our outfits.

3.       Almost the Same Material. The best replica watches in the market today, offer almost the same material as the original. We’ll never know the difference except for the price.

4.       Best Gift Item. Of course, because they are relatively lower in price yet with a classy and luxurious look, definitely replica watches are the best gift for any occasion.

Buying replica watches indeed have more advantages than we can think off, they are made for people who wants more from their hard earned money. 

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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Nail Art: Brown and Glittery French Tip Nails

The busy schedule cannot allow me to go on with my almost forgotten artistic side, the nail art passion. I opted for manicures with plain nail colors, easy to apply yet choosing the uncommon colors for my age. 

It’s been more than a year that I haven’t done nail art. I already missed that side of myself.

The other night, I had a change of heart and revived that other side. Instead of hand painting designs on them, I tried a French tip manicure for now. My hands are very stiff and cannot manage every brush stroke, need to practice more again.

Digging into my stash, I found a brown polish from L.A. Colors (I have only used this twice before). The original plan was to make a thin French tip nails (as in sa tip langtalaga) but because I have less control, the brush slipped, hence, French tips that cover half of the nails were created.

To add elegance to the error produced French tips, I applied colorless polish with glitters from Caronia. And the result was quite pretty and classy.

I just love my manicured nails! Haha! Loving my own work with an eye winking!

Until next time.J

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