Because Tumblr was down. Let the photo spamming begin! For my first post here on Tumblr, I’ll tell something about my day with my friend Yuki last Monday (May 23, 2011).
Our day started by going to SM Megamall to buy Yuki’s promised birthday gift for me from Etude House, we just heard that the new shop already transferred at the Building B across Jollibee so we came to pay a visit. Oh yeah, my birthday was just this May 21st.
Etude House shops are always an eye-candy and I love how they give this “cute little princess feel” to their customers.
This Makeup kit is a part of their Visual Merchandising setup, I thought they have this on sale though because I don’t see that much makeup kits in pink, at least in this shade of pink.
Stuffs that Yuki bought for herself and me are inside, I will post a seperate one for their product reviews.
We decided to eat at Bubbletea since Yuki said that she’s craving for Takoyaki and I kinda missed their milkteas. Afterall, Milkteas are their specialty.
One thing I liked about Bubbletea is their group of welcoming staff, I’m a regular customer at their SM The Block branch and the manager there were now assigned to this branch, and luckily she happens to remember me. Well thank you Ms. Manager! :D
For those who haven’t tried their milkteas yet, I highly suggest that you try them out. ;)
I love their great lighting setup inside.
Now it’s food time! Yuki ordered for a large-sized Royal Milktea while I got myself a large-sized Honeydew Milktea.
I ordered for a Pork Tonkatsu Curry since I love curry so much. They also have it on beef stew, seafood, hamburger and chicken.
Haha, Yuki said she wanted Takoyaki right? She bought Chicken Teriyaki Donburi instead. :))
After eating, we decided to go to SM The Block to check out their Etude House branch if they have that Precious Mineral BB Cream, Dr. Lash Ampule and Silicon Fingertip Blackhead Remover on stock. Talk about Etude House branch hopping!
Ta~da! Welcome to Etude House SM The Block branch. Hello there Yuki! :)
I’m not allowed to take lots of pictures so this is the only shot I made inside the store. And the stuffs I’m looking for are also not available at their branch. :(
Yuki said that she have a practice with her K-POP cover group so we had to find a place where we can stay and wait for her friends. Guess what, we stayed at Bubbletea SM The Block branch. Now talk about Bubbletea branch hopping! :)
Cozy interiors, huh?
Woo, yummy cakes! Their Matcha Cake is my favorite so try them out as well! :)
We stayed at the upper area and appreciated this pair of lights. Bubbletea sure loves warm colored lights.
Pop circle patterns.
Yuki still ordered the same drink, Royal Milktea in medium-size, and I ordered my all time favorite Passionfruit Tea Slush, also in medium-size.
And yay~, hello there Tza! *looks at myself at the mirror on Yuki’s left side*
Then we went ahead to their practice at Ange’s house along Congressional Avenue until around past 9 and went home afterwards.
That concludes my very first post, as promised I’ll have a separate post for the stuffs we bought at Etude House. Til’ the next post! ;)