About The Blogger

My name is Tammy Lim and I am an award winning blogger from Top 10 Malaysia Magazine and Cleo Malaysia Magazine. I have been blogging since 2008 and I am also the founder of a local Malaysian beauty & lifestyle community called The Butterfly Project. People often tell me that I'm a wonder woman, but in reality - if it's something you love, you can do wonders.

When I'm not wondering, I'll be on my computer searching for the next fountain of youth or hunting down a fantastic deal. I'm also a shopaholic, wanderluster, spa enthusiast and proud hipster who loves planning special occasions and surprises for her loved ones.
  • Top 10 Female Bloggers in Malaysia Award
  • Cleo's Next Top Blogger Malaysia Award
  • Founder of The Butterfly Project Malaysia

  • La Senza Share & Shop Event! Save The Date It's 40% OFF! (and more)



    Summer is here, think colorful, bright and bold prints! It's time to show off what you've got! The last time I blogged about the La Senza Malaysia Facebook Shop and Share event where the more we share  and the higher the likes and discount is on 2nd June, 2012. So it's 3 more days to go and La Senza Malaysia has already reached 40,000 fans! This means 40% OFF storewide La Senza Malaysia boutiques (except outlet store) + 10% ADDITIONAL if you're a Prestige members (jeng jeng). Also if you're a shopaholic who wants to color the town red, it'll be 45% OFF purchases above RM500 (but only at La Senza Pavilion, 12-3pm and La Senza 1 Utama, 5 - 8pm. There's live DJ, sexy games, sweet treats, and Free Giveaway for the first 100 customers in each location. Grab a friend and get ready to La Senza your way on 2nd June!

    La Senza Malaysia store listings: Pavilion, KLCC, The Gardens, Mid Valley, 1 Utama, Sunway Pyramid, Empire Shopping Gallery, Setia City Mall, Queensbay Mall (Penang), The Spring (Kuching).

    Price Tag


    listening to Price Tag Jessie J (by the Korean twins Jayesslee)

    "Price Tag"
    (feat. B.o.B)

    [Jessie J]
    Okay, Coconut man, Moon Heads and pea
    You ready

    Seems like everybody's got a price,
    I wonder how they sleep at night.
    When the sale comes first,
    And the truth comes second,
    Just stop for a minute and

    Why is everybody so serious?
    Acting so damn mysterious?
    Got your shades on your eyes
    And your heels so high
    That you can't even have a good time

    Everybody look to their left (yeah)
    Everybody look to their right (uh)
    Can you feel that (yeah)
    We're paying with love tonight

    It's not about the money, money, money
    We don't need your money, money, money
    We just wanna make the world dance,
    Forget about the price tag
    Ain't about the (uh) Cha-Ching Cha-Ching
    Ain't about the (yeah) Ba-Bling Ba-Bling
    Wanna make the world dance,
    Forget about the price tag.

    [Jessie J]
    We need to take it back in time,
    When music made us all unite!
    And it wasn't low blows and video hoes,
    Am I the only one getting tired?

    Why is everybody so obsessed?
    Money can't buy us happiness
    Can we all slow down and enjoy right now
    Guarantee we'll be feeling alright



    Yeah yeah
    Well, keep the price tag
    And take the cash back
    Just give me six strings and a half stack
    And you can, can keep the cars
    Leave me the garage
    And all I, yes all I need
    Are keys and guitars
    And guess what, in 30 seconds
    I'm leaving to Mars
    Yeah we leaving across
    These undefeatable odds
    It's like this man
    You can't put a price on a life
    We do this for the love
    So we fight and sacrifice
    Every night
    So we ain't gonna stumble and fall
    Waiting to see a sign of defeat
    Uh uh
    So we gonna keep everyone
    Moving their feet
    So bring back the beat
    And then everyone sing

    It's not about the money

    [Chorus 2x]

    [Jessie J ‒ Outro]
    Yeah yeah
    Forget about the price tag

    Estee Lauder Staff Sales 2012


    diary of a sale addict

    I told myself I wouldn't go, but somehow I still went. I told myself no more queuing in the wee morning, but somehow I was sitting on the hotel carpet for more than 7 hours. I told myself enough, this was going to be the last time. I still went, I don't know why. The thrill the excitement, I love it all. Above all, I love spending time with shopaholics and chatting about post pregnancy issues and costs. There's more to shopping that what it seems.

    today 27th May 1.30am

     this year wasn't so bad, the 1st line wasn't even filled

     5am onwards, people started showing up

     the place is getting hotter by the minute, serious

     barely still full, compare to 2010 was crazy

      1 more hour to opening time! I'm sweaty n smelly already

    The crowd wasn't that bad this year. Perhaps the venue change and the limitation of invites given out minimized the sale horror this year. I kinda like it, because when the doors open at 8am for the first shoppers to go in, it wasn't crowded, it wasn't stuffy and nobody was stepping onto my toes with their high heels. I still see familiar faces around! and met my readers >_

    my haul, I'm a good girl this year

    Actually my budget is only rm300 and I was eyeing Origins this year! but somehow I diverted to Bobbi Brown instead mainly because since I was the 2nd in line, it meant I could buy or see some of the really cool stuffs on sale. I was more focus this time, my first stop was Bobbi Brown, then Origins and follow by DKNY/Coach perfume section. I saw Coach perfume set for RM180 (np RM3XX). DKNY perfume sets goes from RM130 - RM180. They were gone within the first 2 hours of the sale. Origins were mainly 1/2 price, I was looking at Youthopia for some time trying to decide if I should invest in the whole anti-aging range. The price were good but the manufacture year was a bit behind. I love the Origins Ginger Set RM100 (np rm200), regretted I didn't buy the set in 2010 so I decide I should give myself a Christmas present this year. I really love it. I only stopped by by Clinique to get the big bottle of toner 400ml RM45 (pink for combi skin) for Haze. I bet everyone is curious to know what's on Bobbi Brown's table?

    At Bobbi Brown, the usual lip glosses, concealer, eye shadows can be seen. However what I was more interested to see is the palettes. Here's a sneak peek!

    party shimmer palette, onyx, brow kit and ultimate party collection
    price range from rm64-rm115

    I also saw shimmer party brick but it was too shimmery
    forgot how much lol

     my precious, my precious! Origins Ginger Set RM100
    (Ginger Souffle 100ml, Ginger Burst 100ml, Ginger Essence 50ml)

     Bobbi Brown Onyx rm64 and Ultimate Party Collection rm115
    (gone in a flash at the table!)

    love love love DKNY perfume sets!
    Fresh Blossom 50ml + lotion RM150
    Green Apple 100ml + miniature + lotion RM180

    Well all I can say is I am getting more focus in what I want, but still abit crazy due being 1/2 asleep and to compulsive buying. I wish I had more money, I would grabbed more stuffs just to keep for Christmas or Birthday presents. Maybe next year? till then Estee Lauder sales. I love you!!!

    The Kitty is Moving Soon!


    check out my home sweet home (almost ready)

    Renovation is not done yet but we're almost there. The house is old, so there's a lot of fixing to do - the pipes, electrical stuffs, roof, patching, flooring, removing the garden away so there's room for one more small car. The bathroom is disappointingly small so we have it extended. It was ether going for a couple washing place or a bath tub. I decided to sacrifice the bath tub (I KNOW! HOW SAD) but that will make me more appreciative of bath tubs when I go on holidays and have a bath fiesta. Also because I don't use the bath tub everyday (waste energy and water), a He and She bath sinks is better. A rain shower is in place (going to be so awesome for my shower gels). I'll show once it's ready.

    the house before renovation

    Strip Ministry Of Waxing: Publika Solaris Dutamas


    ready for the first jump?

    I'm feeling really nervous because this Saturday, I have decided to go try something outrageous. I have been thinking about it from time to time and my period just ended so it's a good time to go trim the bush (more like pull it out) and experience a whole new "flat land" and find out why some of my friends do the monthly trip to Brazil religiously. Now when I think of Brazilian Wax there's one place I thought of, mainly because I really like their branding - of an orang utan in their posters. It just seems so cool, in a creative way. The shop interior is also interesting because each shop has a unique theme to it. I know Lot 10 looks like a ship at sea but I wondering what's the theme at Strip Publika, Solaris Dutamas? It's just opposite my condo :)

    I missed out the "UnFURgivable" event at Strip Bangsar where I would've gone bare but thankfully, they still remember I'm quite bushy so I've been asked to review my experience at Strip Publika instead. Yes it's a sponsored review, but I will try my best to be "honest" about my bushy experience. Pray hard, I've been avoiding Brazilian Wax for as long as I can but now, it's time for some crazy.

    Will I get over the embarrassment of having to show it all?

    Click here to surf the Strip: Ministry of Waxing website for more information and current promotions.

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    Pulse: The New Body Shop Boutique Browsing Experience


    check out The Body Shop's new look!
    (One Utama, 1st in Klang Valley to change)

    Pulse: new and highly innovated store experience

    it's like Jamie Oliver's Beauty Kitchen

    energy efficient with sustainable design

    wood for good & goodies for two

    community fair trade ingredients

    body butter new look & the latest sensation - beautifying oils
    (available in various fragrances, launching 11 June, 2012)

    The Body Shop is out on a beauty rampage and I dare say it's going to be big, bold and beautiful. Being one of the most iconic brands around, The Body Shop has launched an aspirational new beauty movement that will inspire and engage customers for generations to come and transform boundaries of beauty. This new movement is called the Beauty With Heart that will bring together a community of activist-minded beauty devotees. I hope I'm not sounding too religious here! In short this is the formula that makes up the Beauty With Heart movement:


    With this new movement, the first to come life are the stores. Check out the newly transformed Body Shops across the world from 15th May onwards. Already 4 stores in Malaysia has been revamped into a new and highly innovative store experience called Pulse. Introducing Lily Cole, the embodiment of the Brand's strong values and the first of a community of inspiring young activists. Her face will be all over the stores alongside the Limited Edition Lily's Cruelty Free Make-Up

    Lily Cole, English model and actress

    free makeovers to activate self esteem
    (every store has a dedicated Makeup Artist & Skincare Experts)

    available in pink revolution & coral me beautiful

    Body Shop products are vegetarian & 100% cruelty-free

    Lily's favourite product in the range is the lip & cheek dome

    The new limited edition make-up range: Cruelty Free Make-up is a collaboration with Lily Cole. The range is a celebration against animal testing. It's so great that Lily Cole puts her name on it. Like all The Body Shop make-up, it contains no animal products, not tested on animals, is vegetarian and 100% cruelty-free. There's no bug shells, shellfish or animal hair! Lily's Cruelty-Free Make-up will be launching in stores 11th June, 2012.

    1. Pearl Radiance Primer
      These radiant, light-diffusing pearls give skin a pure radiance. Use them before you use your foundation or just on its own. In just one step, your skin is hydrated and your complexion perfected.

      Lily says: Go on, Shine!
    2. Puff On Radiance
      Puff On Radiance leaves a pink toned, luminescent finish and, is perfect for face, cheeks and decolletage. With a super soft puff, it's radiance gone radical.

      Lily says: Now you can glow all over!
    3. Shimmer Cubes
      Pick one, two or more shades to blend and create your own look. Shimmer Cubes come in a range of iridescent pinks and lilacs. Think Pink, Live Lilac, Go Violet and Tint it Pink. Crease-resistant and suitable for contact lens wearers.

      Lily says: Shimmer Cubes are the ultimate mix n match beauty. Go Wild!
    4. Liquid Eyeliner
      Our brightest, most dramatic violet yet! Smudge proof and easy to apply, our fine tipped felt applicator delivers a vision in violet exactly where you want it.

      Lily says: Go violently violet!
    5. Lips & Cheek Dome
      A creamy gel in an easy-to-use, innovative dome format can be applied directly onto cheeks or onto lips. Available in Pinch Me Pink and Crazy For Coral.

      Lily says: My favourite product in the range!

    also in stores the Natrulift refreshing eye roll-on
    (refreshing, cool with roller massage eye action!)

    love the light-weight cool effect on my puffy eyes

    trying the Lily Cole Cruelty Free Make-up!

    For more information about the Natrulift refreshing eye roll-on RM89, click here to go to The Body Shop Malaysia's website. You can now purchase items from the website and have them delivered to you :) The Body Butter, Beautifying and Lily Cole Cruelty Free Make Up range is available from 11th June, 2012 onwards. You can inquire price within then. For now I say I love the new look at One Utama's The Body Shop. It's so refreshing, so activist-modernist, so so overseas as well. Everything is in place, at it's own shelves and you can just hear it speaks back to you. The middle of the shop is a huge table of products, waiting to be tested by you. The Body Shop don't believe in animal testing but they believe in consumer testing - which I love! who better to love the products if you can try it? 

    whole new experience waiting for consumers

    a cool way to bring your samples home for more loving

    My review on the Natrulift will be up soon. I love it to bits! roll roll, roll your boat gently on your skin! Puffy Puffy get away, lift me up and away! (sings). Go get your samples :) and if you love them, come back for more. Stay tune for a Lily Cole giveaway at this page soon! (I won't say when, keep your eyes open).

    Shop Online at The Body Shop Malaysia!


    has anyone notice the new e-shop?

    The other day when I was searching for the Lemon Grove home fragrance oil product on The Body Shop Malaysia's website, I notice something different about the website. There were prices and shopping cart icon on the pages! Now I have not tried shopping online for Body Shop products, but it's sure going to beat the traffic to the city nowadays when you can order your favorite products from home and have it delivered to you by The Body Shop! Check out some sample screen shots here, on the pages:

    10% OFF New Body Toning Care Range!
    every category has it's list of available products with prices

    just login via facebook!

     fill up shipping details
    And yeah you're almost done :) it's simple to navigate about and to understand. I'll try this someday! For delivery charges, it's RM10 to Peninsular Malaysia only within 5 working days from purchase. You can click here to read the delivery information. Click here to check out what's in store at The Body Shop website.

    Kinerase Launch: The Great Skincare Debate


    have you been kissed?

    Last month, I was invited to join the Great Skin Debate at the launch of the Kinerase Innovative Skincare Study (K.I.S.S in short) at Sassorosso, Kuala Lumpur. The launch aims to educate women about Kinerase®, the only professional skin care line to contain optimal concentrations of Kinetin (N6-furfuryladenine) and how it can maintain and enhance the beauty and health of our skin against the effects of time and environment. K.I.S.S results were shared and the media had fun learning and testing the product. 

    this is where the event was held

    Wondering what's the Great Skin Debate was about? well it's an interactive discussion on the science of beautiful skin with 3 important people - Mr. Cheah Chor Eng, Head of Invida Malaysia and Singapore, Dr. Koh Chuan Keng, well known dermatologist and Ms. Tammy Lim (me) the K.I.S.S trial patient who blogged about her Kinerase experience online.

    the great skin debate by 3 panelist
    (me, Dr.Koh and Mr. Cheah Chor Eng)

    I have here a compilation of my experiences in the past 12 weeks for anyone interested to read about my Kinerase skincare journey and what the K.I.S.S is about. It's been truly an amazing experience that I shared on my blog. The Kinerase cream is highly recommended by me should anyone looking for an anti-aging moisturizer that's not have a great texture, quick absorption and reduce visible signs of aging (wrinkles, pigmentation, fine lines, etc) it is also gentle and suitable for all skin types including those with sensitive skin like me.

    met Wilson - blogger, photographer and videographer!

    K.I.S.S Me card and Polaroid photo taken!

    blue kisses are everywhere that day

    Here is my K.I.S.S. wish and my best K.I.S.S. pose! – Members of the media posted the ‘K.I.S.S. Me’ card on the K.I.S.S. Wall where they included ‘Wish for their skin’ and left their lip mark with a blue lipstick printed on the card. They also gave their best ‘K.I.S.S. pose and took away the Polaroid shot!

    yummy Italian lunch for everyone

    spot anything else blue?

    Kinerase Wall of Fame

    having my hair done while sipping blue mocktail

    getting blue kiss tattoo on! (it's air brushed)

    these kiss jelly cups are interesting
    (also taste good, rainbow inside)

    memento to bring back home

    3 lucky gift hampers were given away

    hamper - a full set of Kinerase products

    I got kissed too on the cheek!

    amazing light weight creamy texture

    the whole Kinerase skincare range

    It was an honor to be at the Great Skin Debate, sharing my experience. How often do you get to say, yes this works and have proven skincare trial results to show for? I went through the trial and found that the product worked well for me, even when I have sensitive skin. You don't get to chance on a product like this everyday and it's not readily available on the shelves. One has to go to a dermatologist to get consultation first, have their skin assess and then use the product. It sounds too serious right? well it's actually not that scary or complicated plus a dermatologist would advise you how to use the product and achieve the results you want. If anyone has questions, feel free to drop a comment :)

    check out http://www.kineraseasia.com.my/ for more information
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