Cafe 101 : Tea N More + LOOKBOOK

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In this lookbook there's Jessica, Filia, Saras, Wanda, and Vania!
Click on the names for more detailed pictures of them! 

This time, I'll also talk about the cafe we use as our 'waiting room' 
The weather is being ridiculously hot and humid, and it will be like a punishment if you ask the photographer ( I and Saras) to standing under the sun, in heels. So we usually take this time also to explore new cozy cafe! 

We went to a place called 'Tea N More', this place is located near Pukyong Uni (which is a neighboring Uni next to ours). Very spacey and the interior is a mixed between old and antique, with minimalism and modern touch here and there. 

very dry and not at all delicious free popcorn

Unlike any other cafe, they offer many, many varieties of teas. But because we wandered for a while under the sun, we don't even want and bother to think which tea is delicious. So we go ahead and order....... smoothies.

Great move everybody! haha

Ice caffe latte for me, I need some caffeine! 

And to the heavy-ass pictures and behind the scenes of the lookbook making! 

Vania si centil gelung-gelung rambut.



My Summer Foundation Routine!

One of my favorite video to watch in Youtube is people doing their foundation routine! I don't know why, but I just like watching people doing that, and I do believe foundation is the one that makes the biggest difference in human face! Muahaha

So this is the routine that I like to do recently, they're surprisingly photo-friendly and quite light on the skin. I do this routine almost every morning now, because apparently even though it's (almost) summer break I still do activities that make me look 'proper'. I also believe putting on makeup is manner! lol

I'm not professional of anything, so don't judge me :( 

This is my face, without anything. nothing. graaaah. My velcro ribbon hair stuff there is from Etude House, I got them for free! L

et's jump into the process! 


First, after I put on my skin care and moisturizer, I like to put on some sunblock first. I'm using VDL's beauty sun, I have small review HERE. Make sure you massage everything and blend everything well because sometime SPF products could left white cast if not properly blended. 


I let my sunblock absorbs to the skin for a few good minutes, then I dab on Benefit's The Porefessional  on 5 points on my face, the middle of my forehead, nose, both cheeks, and in the middle of my chin. And blend them throughly. I also let them sits for a while for better effects. 


This is preferable, I usually put on concealer first then foundation / bb cream. Of course you can do after, but I prefer to put them before so that I could conceal everything that is would still visible after foundation. That way I will putting less foundation because the 'big' blemishes is already concealed. I'm using MAC studio finish concealer in NC20. It's quite whatever. 

You can see I'm dragging the concealer to the cheek area, because this concealer is lighter than my natural skin color, so it could double up as highlighter. I don't usually erase all the darkness under my eyes, because it will closed up my eyes and make them smaller, and so weird. So usually I keep the outer part un-concealed.


The most important part of everything, foundation! After I shake the foundation, I squirt some on the back of my hand and dab it first on the half of my face. And with Real Techniques' Buffing Brush, I just buff them in to my skin. Then I repeat the same process to my other half face. The reason why I did that is because this particular foundation dries really fast, so I have to work it on as quick as I can. 

The foundation I'm using is Innisfree Mineral Water Foundation, it have SPF 15 PA+ in #23. It have just-a-little-bit dewy finish, it's light weighted and the coverage could be build up too! Currently loving this one for summer! (got compliments too, that's why I can't let this foundation go)

Never never ever forget to blend to your neck area! 


Next is a process that is as important as foundation, setting powder! I'm still using the same brush to apply my setting powder. I like translucent powder better than just regular compact because they feel more light weight and absorbs my oil much better. I'm using Banila Co.'s Prime Primer finish powder. 

I like to buff them in rather than sweeping the powder all over my face. And after I got everything powder I like to get back to the T-zone either with this powder or a regular compact, depends on the oil level that day, because I tend to get super super oily in the T-zone.

Even if you have dry skin I still recommend you to powder your face lightly, so that your foundation/bb cream/cc cream whatever you're wearing is not melting off your face. Just to make sure they set in place.


Finished! Also don't forget to apply lip balm (which I completely forgot) for less flaky looking lips! 
Usually after that I contour my face and do some eyeliner job there. The picture above is just after foundation, no contour and highlighting. 

This routine not only give a medium coverage (or light, depending on the foundation amount), also high in SPF and very light on the skin. This is the routine I definitely gonna rock through out the summer! 

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Next on the line up! The most colorful one on the Pattern Clash Party! 

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Editing right now! GRAH


SHIRT : Primark
DRESS : Primark
BRACELET : Rosario from Milan
SHOES : Zara

What makes this look works : One trick in styling outfits with many colors : pick one color out of your main outfit (in Vania case here, her dress) and use item with that color to mix and match! In the dress you can see there's black, so Vania coordinated her outfits with black/dark blue shirt for more playful look! 

This look is perfect for that summer party. For day party, ditch the shirt! Go with the dress combined with colorful accessories, but for night party, you might want to cover yourself incase the wind is blowing hard. If it's hot, you can just take it off! :D  


Last but not least from the Pattern Clash party! 

This is the pictorial edition of styling video that me and my friends made. It's supposed to be uploaded soon! So make sure you stay tune or you can follow my blog or subscribe to my channel http://www.youtube.com/user/projectfilia for faster updates! 

BOTTOM  :  Thrifted
HEELS : Unbranded, bought in Indonesia
RING : Forever21
BRACELETS : Bought in Korea
BELT : Gap (thrifted)
LIPSTICK : Nature Republic's Black Rouge

What makes it works : Again, combining smaller pattern with bigger pattern! Wanda went with 2 simplest pattern you can find in your wardrobe : Polkadot and stripes! This coordination makes you look put together simply by strapping a statement belt! This look is very chromatic, yet stylish, suitable for that summer parties and informal meeting by the beach haha

If you want to add more color, play with colorful heels and BAM! You're ready to go! You can basically pair this look with any colored shoes, and still look awesome :D

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