Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart

Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart:  Those of you who think of Miss Teen USA South Carolina’s famous gaffe when the image of a ‘beauty queen’ comes up, it’s time for a paradigm shift.

Smarties are in once more, ‘cos high IQ in a pretty girl just makes a great lass even better.

Gorgeous, witty and smart, 19-year-old NUS Law student Wong Su Ann epitomizes the phrase ‘life just ain’t fair’.

If you’re curious about this year’s NUS Law Queen, sit tight as we suss out her beauty regime behind that porcelain complexion.  Continue Reading…

Spring 2011 Couture Hair and Makeup Trends

Spring 2011 Couture Hair and Makeup Trends: At the spring 2011 Paris Haute Couture Week, innovation was the key. New twists on old favorites took makeup from dated to fierce. Winged-tip eyeliner was a favorite amongst Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Yumi Katsura. To keep the look from looking too retro, makeup artists created an intense cat eye by blending the shadow towards the temples. At Chanel, makeup artists etched thick diagonal stripes up instead of out of the models’ eyes. Bold lips were also a favorite amongst designers this season, pouts ranged in hues of tangerine, blood red, and purple. Valentino kept things rosey this season, painting models in hues of pink for both cheeks and eyes, and finished the look with a nude glossy lip. A new spin on the smoky eye was also featured during Paris Couture Week. At Basil Soda, models strutted the runway with an ethereal smoky eye, created with shades of smoky blues and purples. Stephan Rolland kept things sexier with heavily lined black kohl eyes, adding silver shimmer to the inner corners for dimension.

Temasek Poly Tie-up Offers Students Chance to Get Pilot Licence

Temasek Poly Tie-up Offers Students Chance to Get Pilot Licence: Aspiring pilots in Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Engineering now have a chance to obtain their private pilot licence (PPL) as part of their diploma studies.

The polytechnic yesterday inked an agreement with the Singapore Youth Flying Club (SYFC) to embark on a new programme for final-year aviation- management and -services (AMS) students.

From April, the six-month flying course will be incorporated into the three-year AMS course, and will be offered to students who choose to specialise in aeronautical science in their final year. Read More…