Not just your employers, but also your clients. Joan hid the swearing and partying to maintain professionalism on her job. She might not be directly involved with clients but if she wanted to continue in broadcasting, she'd be looking at potential employers who'd easily find her socials.
Blackpink: what do I do if I have a friend who's a bit like Joan in their fascination with them? Reality: I react the same way as Joan's friends. They said: "I like unicorns because Jennie from Blackpink likes unicorns." My response was the smile and nod. Seriously considering doing the Coco though i.e. limit the amount of time I spend with said person until I disappear. Edit: Don't take me seriously... but yeah, hearing that line from my friend made me feel like dying on the inside.
Wow, a lot of you have very simple routines. I do a near-full makeup routine because I like the ritual, and I want to use my shit. I rarely ever suggest anyone to wear more makeup. It's really up to you and what you're comfortable doing. SPF before makeup. 1. Base: Choice of light dusting of mineral foundation, tinted moisturiser or light/medium coverage foundation in satin finish. Concealer is only where needed, but I often forego the concealer under my eyes. It looks too heavy and "made up" for me. Powder to set if I need to i.e. putting on powder products on top. 2. Complexion: Bronzer mostly for base adjustment (foundation too light) or if I'm looking sallow. Contour if I want but not done in daily makeup. Usually when I'm more made up. Highlight is usually used because I like that glow but I don't always do it. Blush is a must if I'm using foundation because I tend to look a bit flat without it. I really enjoy the process of putting on blush. Preferred colours are peachy pink for spring/summer and mauve for autumn/winter. I'll use apricot if my lip is warmer. 3. Eyes: Sometimes nothing at all but I like to do cream colour all over and brown in crease for everyday. I'll forego liner and mascara often. Sometimes eyeshadow as liner for softer effect or just tightline with pencil/brush liquid liner. Dramatic looks: liner and mascara always. I find liner and mascara to look heavy on the eyes. 4. Lips: MLBBs mostly. I love a good colour but I'm not into it as I used to. Sometimes it'll just be transparent lip balm/lip oil, so no colour added. Sometimes it's a tint. If I'm wearing matte lips, I like to line my lips.
I don't think I did it any justice either trying to explain it to my friends: Dr is diagnosed with cancer so he wrote the book for his daughter. The book explores mortality. Did he survive? No he didn't. Just going to say I read it 1.5 years ago, so it's not fresh in my mind. If that's all she said, well, did she actually read the book? ---- Going back on what I said: OK, I didn't know there's a doctorate for occupational therapy that would actually prep you to be a qualified occupational therapist. I'm not American... so it's just masters here if you want to do it post-bachelors. Cryptic post then.
Ok, facial expression aside, this photo gives me Descendant of the Sun vibes, because of the hairstyle (wispy fringe)... the 2016 Pantone colour, plaid. I'm just going to say I didn't watch past episode 2 of that series...
Ok, that octopus eating vid made me uncomfortable. I'm not opposed to eating live octopus but it's still upsetting to see a living animal being savagely eaten like that. It's not just a Westerner thing to find it cruel eating live fish/seafood. Yin yang yu is generally frowned upon (deep fried but kept alive). It's not even the act of eating live seafood that upsets people: most people do it with raw oysters. It's the reaction of the live animal. Shove a live lobster into a pot of boiling water? Yeah, people will say something about it too. I agree, just because it's accepted in a culture doesn't mean it's above criticism.
I'm obviously not the target audience for Fei's channel. She is cringey to me but it's the basis of her channel -- she plays up that "fan girl" image to make herself relatable to her audience. Whatever gets the views, right? I was watching her Blackpink vid and tbh, I think it's the self-deprecating humour that separates my reaction to Joan's vid and Fei's vid. The part with the wearing stuff multiple ways can almost be a jab at Joan... or basically anyone who's frivolous with their money and tries to justify their purchases by trying to make it multi-purpose. I was annoyed watching Joan's video because it seemed like she was trying to justify her own purchases and it didn't really fit the image I had of her (to be buying stuff you see on a kpop idol) but Fei's self-aware: she knows she looks shit in the clothes but collecting kpop memorabilia sounds like something she would do based on the concept of her channel.
The people who want to buy Drunk Elephant are the ones who can afford luxury skincare. This review is pretty much "this Cosrx/Klairs product is a dupe of this DE product", which might be helpful to your subscribers... if they were into Drunk Elephant in the first place. They've probably bought the Cosrx gel cleanser or the Klairs Vit C you've recommended many times in your vids before. As for people who are interested in buying DE and stumbling upon your video, they probably want to know what kind of vit C and concentration when you mention dupes because DE's focus is on the ingredients, and the research behind it. They're savvy enough to have some understanding of the ingredients. Yeah, I tuned out for most of her rambling, especially on the cap. I dunno, I just played the video as I was cooking. Packaging is important for luxury products, so I don't see a problem addressing it, but I think the long story was her indirect way of saying I hate the goddamn twist cap but DE actually responds to customer complaints and changed the cap.