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MedHatter’s Picks of the Week

MedHatter’s Picks of the Week

| On 06, Jan 2015

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1. Affordable Art Fair

The AAF returned to Singapore with amazing pieces coming from all over the world. This year, the fair brought together 108 local and international galleries showing artworks priced between S$100 – S$10,000 from more than 950 artists.

Bary Cha Cha . Bewinged . 2013 . digital print . 79x55cm . edition of 15 . S$1,200

Bary Cha Cha . Bewinged . 2013 . digital print . 79x55cm . edition of 15 . S$1,200

Too many artists caught my attention and won my heart, but if I have to name one, it would be Adi Gunawan. The artist was born in Yogyakarta in Indonesia in 1974 and completed his studies at the University of Fine Arts in Yogyakarta. His sculptures deeply echo his environment and cultural background as well as the relationship between animals and humans. His sculpture is made of bronze by hand. Art helps you escape, feel and reflect on different matters. So take your time and appreciate each piece! – AMELIE

2. Silkygirl Magic BB Cream in Shade Radiant

October wasn’t a good skin month for me. I started to break out like crazy, leaving scarring on my face. That’s when I decided to get myself a BB cream although I’m the type of girl who’s too lazy to use makeup. However, this was an emergency situation.

After using Silkygirl Magic BB White Cream in the shade Radiant, let’s say I’m obsessed with it. For a small tube, this cream does wonders. All I need is a dot of the product to cover my entire face. It provides great coverage – my acne scars instantly disappear. It also covers redness and evens out my skin tone.

Only $13.90 and available at all stores with a Silkygirl counter. – DIANA OTHMAN

3. Uniqlo

I live and die for this clothing giant from Japan. In my opinion, Uniqlo has the best quality and basic styles. The previous week, I was at Uniqlo four times in a week and that is how obsessed I am with that brand. Their range is affordable and they carry the styles that I relate best to – simple but can be dressed up to your personal style by accessorizing. The clothes from Uniqlo are like a blank canvas to which you can put your own creative twist to make it a look that is YOU! – IDA 

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