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About Bun Bun

Hello! My name is Juli and Bun Bun is my alter-ego. I blog to share my love for makeup, how to apply it, and what works or what doesn’t work, all from an Asian perspective.

My first makeup product was a shimmery light blue lipstick which I proudly wore all over my eyelids and lips. It cost $2.50, felt like $250, and made me feel like a million bucks.

  • Paiges4boys

    Hello.  How do we know what our password is?

    • BunBunMakeupTips

       @Paiges4boys Hello Paige! I was previously testing the privacy mode for this post. Thanks for waiting! Enjoy reading 😀 

  • Mostly Sunny

    MILO! I had that when I was a kid, but I don’t know if kids get it nowadays.
    That Jiajia clip cracked me up! I do think you have to speak some Mandarin/Min to understand him though. He’s such a cute one!
    This looks like SO MUCH fun, Juli! Love your eye makeup too :)

  • BAMBIx

    Wow (seems like I “Wow”  everytime I comment your blog Haha) your country’s national day parade is very great. In thailand there’no national day, and no parade. The festival or celebration in my country are mostly associated with custom, culture, members of royal family and high holy days, like Songkran day, or His Majesty the King’s birthday.
    And there’s no Milo truck in Thailand for sure, although I love drinking Milo a lot HAHA.
    As I said earlier, I used to stay in Singapore once. Watching Jiajia’s clip makes me recognize Singlish.. but I may not truly understand all of their jokes >< . But he’s so cute ^^

    • BunBunMakeupTips

       @BAMBIx And I feel very happy whenever I receive your comment too!! *hugs
      I have been to Thailand several times, but they have never coincided with Songkran. I’d LOVE to experience it some day. It looks SO MUCH FUN! All that splashing around and getting soaked on the streets. It’s that one season where everyone is permitted to behave like when we were carefree kids. I just googled, Songkran 2013 is in April! I might wanna get some friends to join the festival! =D
      I’m glad you managed to stay for a while in Singapore. Did you love our chilli crabs? ^_^*

      • BAMBIx

         @BunBunMakeupTips I’m so in love with chilli crabs >.< Actually I stayed in Singapore for studying Chinese, when I was around 14, but then get nothing coz I never use it Haha.
        Songkran is veryyyy fun festival. When I was a child, I went on pick-up car with my relatives, with huge tank of water, with water gun and water bowl, and then splashhhhhhhhh around LOL. But everyone esp. girls must have a lot of carefulness. At some places, where people are too crowded and have to walk along the street, many boys usually touch girl’s faces to powder so rudely. Like what you said, everyone there behaves like a child LOL.
        Looking forward to see your upcoming tutorial :)

  • orqngefirefly

    oh!! i was there on the 28th of july too! too bad i didn’t see you (as if i could in the mass of red!). would’ve loved to meet you :(

    • BunBunMakeupTips

       @orqngefirefly I would have LOVED to meet you toooo!! ^_^* Watching the parade live always takes my breath away. The fireworks on the actual day was spectacular. Like 100 times better than the preview. Haha!

  • BunBunMakeupTips

     @Mostly Sunny I think they do. Milo is everywhere in Singapore. In all forms – beverage, ice cream, cake, bread, biscuits, snack bars… It’s the TRUCK that’s rare these days.
    Yup, either that or you have to be a true blue Singaporean to get every single one of their jokes. Singlish is a beautiful mixture of many languages and dialects. ^_^*