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  • Mount Ruapehu – from the luxury side

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 09.06.14 at 20:38 | Started by Lauren on 21.07.11

    There is definitely tobogganing there :) Its great fun and last time i went they had special sloap for it on Whakapapa
    side :) Read more about Mount Ruapehu – from the luxury side

  • Russell Hobbs Colour Control Multi Food Processor : Coconut Bliss Balls Recipe and Review!

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 09.06.14 at 20:28 | Started by 5 Star Chikita on 09.06.14

    Love the look of this. fab fab fab Read more about Russell Hobbs Colour Control Multi Food Processor : Coconut Bliss Balls Recipe and Review!

  • Interview: Casey Van Liefde

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14 at 22:21 | Started by 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14

    I love the article. How can we get hold of Casey Van Liefde for booking enquiries? Read more about Interview: Casey Van Liefde

  • Remuera Student Wins Miss T.E.E.N Title In World Contest In USA

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14 at 22:13 | Started by 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14

    Awesome to see a NZ girl win this. I love the description of her shining her beauty from the inside out :) Read more about Remuera Student Wins Miss T.E.E.N Title In World Contest In USA

  • Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt?

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14 at 22:09 | Started by Gabser on 24.06.13

    Brad Pitt through and through. He was my tween crush!! Read more about Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt?

  • Current movie recommendations (or not)... "12 Years a Slave"

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14 at 22:08 | Started by Wice on 04.02.14

    I love 12 years a slave and felt it was really well done. I did cry of course but hey im a big softie at heart and really couldnt help it.

    Ive recently watched Escape Plan which has Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger as the lead actors. No, Escape Plan isn't good in the sense I would immediately urge you to run out and see it, but as a matinee diversion and certainly as an at home rental it will more than satisfy anyone that looks at the marketing and is fully aware of what they're in for. In fact, while the end result is rather average, I expect most people will come away saying they had quite a bit of fun with it. Read more about Current movie recommendations (or not)... "12 Years a Slave"

  • Win A Ticket To The Waikato Food & Wine Festival

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 24.02.14 at 22:03 | Started by jewellnz on 24.02.14

    Oh pick me pick me :) I was planning to go this Saturday with friends for a nice day out together but winning a ticket/s would make the day even better!!! Read more about Win A Ticket To The Waikato Food & Wine Festival

  • Simple Ways to Touch up Hair and Makeup

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 18.02.14 at 21:35 | Started by Wice on 17.04.12

    Definitely agree with the two recommendations Wice made about foundation and lipstick, i use both of these and love them. Revlon Colourstay also does a great eyeliner range and Moisture mist Mascara is amazing. Read more about Simple Ways to Touch up Hair and Makeup

  • CC CREAM REVIEW Clinique - Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 16.12.13 at 22:45 | Started by 5 Star Chikita on 16.12.13

    Ive just tried the Clinique - Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30 and thought id share my review with you all. Has anyone else tried this? What were your thoughts? and what are your favorite cc creams?

    I love the texture, It feels light yet creamy on my skin, and it almost feels like my skin is 'drinking' it in leaving my skin looking glowy healthy and beautiful. If you like a natural, glowy, dewy look -this might be the product for you. I use the light and it lets my skin tone come through and definitely stays dewy throughout the day. While it is not full coverage it covers flaws and is very flattering. If you are trying to hide brown pigmentation spots like me this doesn’t quiet cover them, but will just sort of even things out a little. On a good skin day I wore it alone and with Cliniques even better foundation on other days

    There is no fragrance that I could pick up, and I really like the sleek packaging. It's convenient and hygienic and I had no worries about it breaking when I travelled with it in November this year.

    It corrects, protects and perfects! SPF 30 is awesome, part of the moisture surge range so is hydrating, and has optic technology where it bounces the light giving a very natural and radiant look to the skin.

    Id buy this again.

    Read more about CC CREAM REVIEW Clinique - Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30

  • BB Cream - explain?!

    Last post: 5 Star Chikita on 16.12.13 at 22:43 | Started by rhalkett on 16.12.13

    Im not too sure about BB creams but i think CC are similar.

    This is what i think about the Clinique - Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30

    I love the texture, It feels light yet creamy on my skin, and it almost feels like my skin is 'drinking' it in leaving my skin looking glowy healthy and beautiful. If you like a natural, glowy, dewy look -this might be the product for you. I use the light and it lets my skin tone come through and definitely stays dewy throughout the day. While it is not full coverage it covers flaws and is very flattering. If you are trying to hide brown pigmentation spots like me this doesn’t quiet cover them, but will just sort of even things out a little. On a good skin day I wore it alone and with Cliniques even better foundation on other days

    There is no fragrance that I could pick up, and I really like the sleek packaging. It's convenient and hygienic and I had no worries about it breaking when I travelled with it in November this year.

    It corrects, protects and perfects! SPF 30 is awesome, part of the moisture surge range so is hydrating, and has optic technology where it bounces the light giving a very natural and radiant look to the skin.

    Id buy this again. Read more about BB Cream - explain?!

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