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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Bausch & Lomb Lacelle Diamond Daily

How many days in a week do you wear contact lens to work? To me, my answer is 0 for most of the weeks because I have very sensitive eyes. I don't wear contact lens to work often but I do when I'm attending event or if I have a big presentation as it really does make a difference to the confidence level.

However, getting the right contact lens is not easy especially when it comes to cosmetic colour lenses. My cousin has to buy her daily cosmetic contact lens from Taiwan. That's right, she goes to Taiwan and buy her supply yearly because she can't wear any daily cosmetic contact lens sold in Malaysia & Singapore.

To quote Mr Jake Kim, the Managing Director of Bausch + Lomb Malaysia "you can easily purchase contact lens anywhere from optical shop to pasar malam and even online shopping. But how reliable are they?"

Finally, there's something in the market that will give us the piece of mind. Bausch + Lomb Malaysia launches Lacelle Diamond last Wednesday, following the launch of the highly successful Bausch + Lomb Lacelle Jewel last year. As with every Bausch + Lomb product, stringent quality control and state-of-the-art technology is of utmost priority. With that said, wearers can enjoy unrivaled product safety and absolute peace of mind with the Lacelle Diamond Daily.

[Photo credit official photographer]
At the launch (from left to right) - Anthony; Venice Min; Jane Chuck; Ms Chia, Professional Service Manager, Bausch + Lomb; Mr Jake Kim, MD of Bausch + Lomb, Ms Vivian Hoong, Brand Manager of Bausch + Lomb; Kiran Jassal; Karen Koh & Nana Al Haleq

This new innovation is designed in a unique pattern that mimics the light-reflecting facets of a solitaire-cut diamond and wearers can expect a diamond-lie dazzle to transform their appearance. On top of that, its 13mm pattern diameter, gives wearers a larger and pronounced iris for a doe-eyed look without the use of make-up.

During the launch, the ambassadors shared their experience and I love the one shared by Jane on what she likes about Lacelle Diamond ~ as a daily lens, she doesn't need to bring any contact lens solutions whenever she's travelling. I travel a lot for work and have never thought of the practicality of daily lens - not needing to carry any solutions. Not just that, I can save time and hassle of cleaning and maintaining required of a normal contact lens. I'm using bi-weekly lenses btw. Now I have an alternative. I'll review the lens once I try it out.

To suit any personality or appearance, the Lacelle Diamond Daily comes in 3 different colours.

Lacelle Diamond Daily will be available at all major optical stores nationwide. It retails at RM42/box of 10 piece and RM110/box of 30 pieces.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Jason Bourne

Bourne. Jason Bourne.

I remember my first Bourne series was way back in 2002, Bourne Identity. Matt Damon was so young then. See the comparison:


VS now

That was like 14 years ago and I would say the entire Bourne series has never been disappointing. From Bourne Identity, Bourne Supremacy, Bourne Ultimatum to now Jason Bourne... the movie never lacks the action and storyline. I know you would mention that it came from the Bourne Trilogy by Robert Ludlum but the movies aren't entirely the same as the storyline in the books.

And yes, there's a lot of not good/average review on Jason Bourne but I still enjoy my movie. Jason Bourne is not your typical hero or CIA movie or even spy movie. Bourne not Bond. He is more realistic - he's not the well-dressed super handsome hunk with hi-tech gadgets nor pretty ladies and martini.

No spoiler here but I didn't expect the twist in Heather Lee. Watch the movie to find out yourself what I meant. I guess the new generation is replacing the old but Jason Bourne, he's never behind. Smart, intellectual and IRREPLACEABLE. A friend of mine fell asleep watching Bourne but oh well... he slept in most movie that have lots of conversation especially at the beginning of the story :D

Rating: 4.5/7

Next movie this week, Suicide Squad. I'll let you know what I think about it since the reviews are 2 extreme - love it or hate it.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Lights Out

It's been a long long looooooooooong while since there's a good horror movie worth watching. And yes, Lights Out is worthwhile watching. I've to give James Wan credit for making me all thrilled and panic. There were even screams by some dude in the hall.

Slight movie spoiler here, this is one horror movie whereby the ghost keeps appearing and even so, the scare factor is there. It may be common but still effective.

Rating: 5.5/7

And I have to say that this is better than Conjuring 2. I was trying to piece the story of Enfield with the beginning of the movie, Amityville and couldn't find any linkage after watching the movie. Finally read about it here on the reason why both are connected. They are not connected at all and it was pieced together to avoid any issue with The Amityville Horror owned by another company.

Even so, I must say that there is still fright factor in the movie.

Rating: 4/7