Thursday, June 4, 2009

Shills Parasola Ice UV Protector (SPF40)

Hot! Hot! Hot! If you're outdoor person, is best to have some protection for your skin!
Activities under the sun can sometimes be damaging to your skin. Shills Parasola Ice has an added feature to lower your skin's temperature immediately under the hot sunlight. This cool prescription tranquilizes and calms your skin, giving you extra coolness and eliminating heat discomforts. It further isolates UV rays, dust and dirt. A typical all in one sun-block for your outdoor needs.
Shills Parasola Ice UV Protector is a strong sun screen ideal for outdoor sports and activities. The high SPF 40++ promises to protect your skin from the harsh outdoor sun so you could have plenty of outdoor fun without worries. Its unique spray on design allows you to apply with ease, reaching hard to reach areas and gives you a better coverage.
Strong moisturizing factor maintains skin moisture balance. Aloe essence sooths hot and sun-burnt skin.
Ideal for outdoor sports - UV protection + Sun Screen + Lowers temperature + Moisturizing.
Shake before use. Spray evenly on chest, back, hands and legs before activity.
Price at S$19.47
selling at Stardust Marina Square (John Little),Stardust Plaza Singapura,John Little Orchard,John Little Jurong Point,OG Albert Complex,
OG Orchard,OG Chinatown


Jolene said...

Hi Andy,

I am looking for a make-up school to go to that can train me to become a professional make-up artist.

Is there any that you can recommend with your experience all these years..

Why dont you set up a make-up school? I would definitely join!!


andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jolene

Thanks for your support!
I really don't know which professional make-up school's good in Singapore as I'm not in touch with them at all, as for me I don't think will be able to have a make-up school right now cos I'm doing some other projects at this moment, but will let everyone know if ever I'm going to start a makeup school in future. Thank you very much! :)

AtelierGal said...

Hi Andy!

I got a major + urgent + depressing crisis!

My workplace is undergoing renovations for the opening. The place's extremely dusty.

These 3 days, my skin got really skin and now almost look wrinkled! >.<

Should I just apply liquid foundation and avoid loose powder? I applied both and made my face very cakey.

Foundation I'm using is Revlon Soft flex and it has a very matt look with or without loose powder.

What should I do? My skin looks like it aged 30 years within 3 days T.T

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi AtelierGal

Maybe you should try to change your skin care? something more hydrating instead? or change to a moisturizing liquid foundation? You can go without loose powder but my worry is will it be over dusty at the renovation place? as this may cause more problem at the end?
Try using hyfrating sheet mask when you go back home.

AtelierGal said...

HI Andy!
Thanks for your response.

I have combination skin, but since these days my skin got really dry, I applied moisturizer cream instead of gel/water based products.

I've been using Neutrogena's hydrating mask after I got home these 3 days.

Also applied aloe vera gel, and today my skin's better but some areas are beginning to flake. TwT

Semi Permanent Make Up said...

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Semi Permanent Make Up said...

Many women feel uncomfortable without their make up and wish they had the natural beauty and self confidence to look good as soon as they wake up, or at the gym or beach. It would be great to save time each morning.

felicia said...

hey andy : ),

im having some minor issues! i just bought sunblock but then they said i had to wait for 20 mins then i can start putting on my base etc?
and i heard my gf saying that after applying base/liquid.. u have to let it settle down awhile before u start applying another layer(foundation . lose powder?) she said this way, the make up will last long and also the finsih will be much perfect ; )?

Veron said...

Hi Andy,

I have been trying out a lot of sun block but every bottle even if it is oil free like Kiehls is giving me blemishes and oil seeds or something like that.

Are there any good ones or safer ones that you would recommend? I have combination skin.

I am also looking for suitable moisturiser. Currently I am using Biothem's aquasource oil free but it's not exactly very effective. I feel that my skin becomes dull after a while! Do you have any suggestion?

Thank you!!


andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Veron

I think the main problem on your skin is lack of hydration! Also you've not been using cleaser/makeup remover at the end of the day hence it causes blemishes & dullness.
Try using some sheet mask at lease once a week to soften the dead skin cells & it may also help on the dullness of the skin.

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