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AJ Rafael – Red Roses

AJ Rafael – Red Roses

Amazing? Yes! I’ve always loved AJ Rafael, but this album makes me love him like a fish loves water! AJs’ first full length album, Red Roses was produced by the talented (and sexy ;P) Jesse Barrera. And I give massive thanks to him for producing such an amazing album! AJ and Jesse have definitely created a master piece. You would think this is an album from an artist who is signed to a record label because it is so professional. The lyrics; the music; everything about this album is amazing!

If you’re already familiar with AJ, you would know that he has put songs on this album that we already know. But songs like, She Was Mine featuring Jesse Barrera, have been re-recorded and sound better than ever! Mess We’ve Made featuring the extremely talented Tori Kelly, is definitely a song to look out for!

Overall, this album is awesome. AJ has an amazing voice. And the fact that Jesse Barrera produced it is reason enough to purchase Red Roses! Definitely an amazing album and I recommend it to all of you!

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Victor King

Victor Kim – Victor King EP

Victor Kim has finally released a long awaited album. Although it is only an EP, I am very satisfied!

Victor Kim has a laid back style to his singing and never fails to please me. He is an amazingly talented person, not only does he sing, he also plays guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, drums, he is an amazing artist and he dances! And on top of all of that, he is good looking!

The Victor King EP has only 5 songs, but these 5 songs are all so good! The EP features the comedy freestyle song, Spam, featuring YouTube comedians, Ryan Higa (NigaHiga) and Kevin Wu (KevJumba). But, Spam is not the best song on the EP. Through Thick and Thin and the amazing heart-filled song, Free Your Mind featuring Dumbfounded, definitely stand out.

This EP is definitely worth buying.


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Review: MAC Studio Fix (Powder)

I believe I discovered make up at a good age. I’ve known people that started wearing make up when they were 15. I started wearing only eye make up, when I was 17.

I’ve always sworn against foundation. Maybe because I already have clear skin. But I think wearing foundation makes your skin worse. It clogs your pores and if you already have spots it doesn’t make them disappear, it just makes them the same colour as the rest of your skin!

But, as I have an oily T-zone, I was advised by my friends to start using powder. I bought MAC Studio Fix, (NC44.5 is my colour), and although it gets rid of my oiliness when I put it on, it has also managed to clog up my pores. It is great that it actually gets rid of my oily T-zone but I refuse to use it unless I am going out.

But I am amazed that I found any skin product that matches my skin tone exactly! I use Maybelline’s Dream Matte Mousse foundation (Caramel) as a concealer under my eyes, and even that doesn’t match my skin tone as good as the NC44.5 MAC Studio Fix powder.

So, here is my skin routine in case any of you were wondering.

I use the Botanic Cleanser, Toner and Oil free moisturiser. Then I apply Maybelline’s Dream Matte Mousse foundation around my eyes. I’ll do whatever eye-look I feel like doing, then I apply my lipstick/lip-tint. Then if I am going out somewhere nice, I’ll apply my MAC Studio Fix powder. Then if I want some blush, I’ll put some on.

I would recommend MAC Studio Fix Powder. But not for everyday use unless you are already used to wearing foundation everyday. If you don’t know what NC number matches your skin, ask for help in a MAC store. The first colour the sales assistant picked up was the right colour, but the ones I picked up were too dark or too light. Don’t be shy! Ask for help!

Disclaimer: I am not a make up artist, in fact I am the complete opposite. I have not been asked to review any of the items I have mentioned in this review. I am only reviewing on my own accord.