Singapore singer Aisyah Aziz performed a rendition of “Symphony” by UK group Clean Bandit and Swedish singer Zara Larsson. The performance was accompanied by violinist Shalynn Tsai and electronic duo Rave Republic. Let’s face it, Singaporeans are savage when it comes to criticising others on social media – and the latest victim of this behaviour is local singer Aisyah Aziz.
If you’re not yet sure about what colour you should go for, we’ve prepared a list of hair colours based on the 2017 Chinese Zodiac Fengshui predictions to give you some inspiration. Rooster Born in the year 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993 and 2005 Lucky Hair Colours: Black and Grey Black and Silver Pixelated Hair Colours by Avant Garde by Plan B 2017 is the year of the Rooster and those born during this zodiac sign will need to work very hard in their career to accumulate wealth. While this also means that you probably don’t want to go too crazy with your hair colour this year, you can still spice it up with a pixelated hair colour or even a sheer grey hair to avoid looking too serious.
We may have just celebrated Christmas and the arrival of 2017… but Chinese New Year will be coming soon in a month’s time!
Beauty Undercover hopes to be doing our part by catering to our non-Chinese readers with more relevant hair and beauty articles. Here at Beauty Undercover, we are very thankful for the support of many of you have given us (e.g.
The city offers many options to usher in the New Year, including a rave party at Siloso Beach, fireworks at Marina Bay, a hip-hop street party at Haji Lane and two parties under one roof just across the road at Aryaa. For the non-party animals, there are also laid-back activities such as a trip to Singapore’s very own vegetable farm Bollywood Veggies, contemporary art exhibitions at the Singapore Art Museum or Singapore’s quietest beaches at St. John’s and Lazarus islands.
Each year, Gwyenth Paltrow takes to Goop to publish what she promises is the ultimate guide to cleansing your body in anticipation of the new year.
Courtesy of Equinox It’s that time of year again when we swear to lay off the carbs, eat more kale, and get ourselves back to the gym. Leave it toEquinox to entice us to get fit with their latest ad campaign #EquinoxMadeMeDoIt . The ads, which are the brainchild of British fashion photographer Rankin — who was one of the founders of the edgy magazine “Dazed and Confused” and has made videos for Miley Cyrus and Azealia Banks (to name a few) — depict a women who looks like she just parachuted hundreds of feet, a cross-dressing man wearing a women’s power-suit and heels, and an impossibly attractive couple with their small children in arm. While there are no images of perfectly fit supermodels lifting weights or sweating through Bikram yoga, the images suggest that we all can face and conquer our fears and challenges, no matter what they are.