Hi, guys! Happy holidays! I hope you enjoyed the joyful season. For my first post this 2017, I’ll be starting off with a beauty product review.
Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post. I bought these items using my own moolah.
Every person whom I am close with, surely knows how hooked I am in everything related to Korean. Dramas, travel blogs, foods, clothes and skincare products!
In my previous post, I’ve mentioned that I will be sharing my Althea haul. And just like what I promised, here is my detailed Althea Korea haul! Yay! This is actually my Christmas gift to myself because I thought of giving myself a reward for doing a job well done at work. Hehe. Honestly, I was supposed to order by the first of December but since one of the items in my cart suddenly went out of stock, I had to wait for a day. But it was absolutely fine.
KBEAUTY NEWS: Althea Korea’s App is now available!
For those beauty junkies, like me, Althea Korea has been popular for all the good things they offer. Authentic Korean cosmetics and excellent customer service, which I’ll be doing a review on soon after I get my first box from them this December!
Anyway, back to the story! Althea has been the talk of town this year that led them to being more popular in different countries. You see, a lot of bloggers have been posting about Althea as well. It was actually the reason why I was encouraged to go and buy my own box. But the thing is, the company is not only focused on giving Asians access to the famous Korean brands but also to ensure the satisfaction of their clients, that’s why they have developed their wonderful app!
In my previous post, I’ve given you the signs to confirm if you have been ghosted or not. Now, I’ll be giving you some tips on how to cope up with this really bad experience.
Honestly, I have experienced this as well. When I was ghosted, I already knew because he became unusual. This guy wasn’t as funny, thoughtful and sweet like the first couple of days we’ve been talking.
Ghosting. Believe it or not, this is actually a word. It doesn’t involve the souls with unresolved grudges, but rather a different kind of ghosting.
According to Urban Dictionary, “Ghosting is the act of suddenly stopping all communication with someone that the subject is dating but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just get the hint and leave the subject alone, as opposed to the ghoster simply telling them that he/she is no longer interested.” It’s quite a long definition, but I think the perfect explanation for ghosting is something that douche bags do.