A little bit of everything

I have an actual post lined up but the past month has been crazzzzzzzyyyyy so I haven’t been able to work on anything I’d really like


A live look at me the last 30 days

So this is just a frankenstein post to get rid of some miscellaneous photos before the next post (which is a huge, proper tasting menu one): a little bit of street art, a little bit of random food and a whole bunch of other crap

SOMA street art

Gorgeous pieces of work from the streets of San Francisco in the SOMA neighbourhood, circa Sep. 2017

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Eyelash Curlers Review: Shiseido vs. Surratt Beauty vs Shu Uemura

As someone who only wears mascara as part of their daily eye makeup routine, eyelash curlers also naturally becomes a vital prerequisite. I’m not genetically blessed enough to use either of these products standalone; curled lashes would undo itself without reinforcement from the mascara and no mascara has the power to lift my stick straight lashes by themselves.

Finding the right curler for your eyes is c r u c i a l, anything less and you’re just lying to yourself; bad signs include pinching, not being able to fit the lashes inside of the curler, no effect and worst: slicing off lashes (speaking from experience). The most effective way is to consult people’s review and trying them out personally to see which one best accomodate your eyes: mono/double lid, hooded/deep set, shape, width, arch, and all that jazz (for reference, I have upturned double lidded eyes, shallow-set in comparison to my face).

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Bannock

Short and sweet post with 4 years old photos (and incredibly, Bannock is still around). A modern bistro serving Canadian fare opposing Nathan Phillips Square, it’s a tasty choice when you need a break after Eaton Center shopping sprees.

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Lola

4 years overdue, but one of my favorite memories from Seattle was Lola by the renowned James Beard award winner Tom Douglas, showcasing mainly Greek and Mediterranean cuisine. This was back when I wasn’t super heavy into food yet, so I didn’t know who he was, or the famous coconut cream pie that I missed out on.

They had a line so we were asked to wait in the attached hotel lobby next door

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The Prisoner – Kuma Kush by Luke Chueh

The first edition of The Prisoner – Kuma Kush colorway by Luke Chueh and Munky King; I got two hoping for the flocked chase (didn’t get lucky, oh well); you can see how prominent the pharmaceutical theme is featured in the packaging.

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