Well, sadly they didn't have any just yet, so I have to wait until next month O_O. Regardless, the lady who served me was from Dior, and I thought it was a perfect time to check their fairly new Dior Addict Hydra-Gel Core Mirror Shine Lipstick.
To be honest, I've used Dior skincare and their compact foundations before, which worked great, but never tried their lipsticks. I've only been using lipsticks from Chanel and By Terry as they feel quite hydrating and never gave me any itchiness on my lips. Anyways, I was particularly curious about Dior Addict Hydra-Gel Core Mirror Shine Lipstick, so I asked the lady to pick one for me.
It felt really great onto my lips, but mostly it was about the colour XD. I loved the colour very much that I just had to get it :3 (Oh dear!) So I got the lipstick in shade 579 Must-Have, I even love the name now :P. Haha.
It's probably most mysterious and funny eye cream ad on earth XD. Oh my, who ever thought of revealing an eye cream can make you feel that intense :P. It's still quite interesting to see all those effects that we normally see in car ads and thriller trailers on an eye cream ad :3. (Ehm, my man thought the applicator looked more like a dild*:P LOL. Rude XD)
Anyways, after some quick shopping, my man and I headed to the cinema, and we decided to watch Zootopia as it had pretty high ratings. And who doesn't like Disney animations? XD
I guess it has been a while since it has come out, so there were not many people in the cinema ie. we got the best seats! Yaaaay <3
I love animations as they normally have happy endings :). I quite like the fact that Zootopia depicts our life and current society pretty well. Even the title Zootopia got me quite interested from the beginning as the place is the paradox of Utopia. And I'm very glad that it pointed it out very well as the story develops.
Judy & Nick
To be honest, Zootopia was more than just another animation done by Walt Disney Studios from my perspective, having studied Political Science and Sociology. From the surface, it was simply about how one struggles to achieve one's dream: nothing's impossible and never judge the book from its cover. In the end, we learn what goes around what comes around. However, that wasn't just what I saw.
Behind all the hilarious scenes, the animation briefly touched different ongoing dilemmas in every level of ourselves and the diverse society. Then, the story developed to rising ethical and moral concerns as the society and science advances. It has been a while since I watched a meaningful animation, and I'm very glad that my man took me to the cinema :)comments powered by Disqus