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Postby Joycee » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 12:56 am

koko77 wrote:joycee..

sally hansen is water proof. and it's not obvious. I have tried. hahahah. But i used it to conceal a scar on my leg. and forearm where i've got a cut.

you can try.. it's like stockings on ur hands.

heh heh.




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Postby xmischax » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 12:57 am

i`ve been learning french at Alliance Française de Singapour for a while now. i don`t know if i`ll be continuing since singapore poly offers foreign language scheme too. any language schools to recommend?

if time allows, i`ll continue doing french at Alliance Française de Singapour and take an asian language at sp.

but i`m also afraid it`ll be too taxing! how did you do it, koko? lol

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Postby koko77 » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 12:59 am

joycee

u're most welcome. =)

but study hard in the meanwhile. get good grades.

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Postby xmischax » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 12:59 am

koko77 wrote:xmischax

I learnt my french from alliance francaise. And my korean from cambridge language. I think... if you wanna learn asian language... my opinion.

you can speak cantonese? It's not a language but a dialect which is good for asians. And japanese and korean is more recommended, cos' it very commercialised now.



yeah i can speak cantonese and hakka.

i`m thinking of taking up korean..

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Postby Joycee » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:00 am

koko77 wrote:joycee

u're most welcome. =)

but study hard in the meanwhile. get good grades.




yes yes I will. thanks thanks. Where to get the sally hansen? Sorry, i first time see this brand. can be use on the face?

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Postby xmischax » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:02 am

Joycee wrote:
koko77 wrote:joycee

u're most welcome. =)

but study hard in the meanwhile. get good grades.




yes yes I will. thanks thanks. Where to get the sally hansen? Sorry, i first time see this brand. can be use on the face?


sally hansen is a very famous nail polish brand. most watsons have it. along with their nail polish, they have their air brush for legs too. don`t know if it is suitable for face, you might wanna try it some time before the interview to see if it will cause irritation or something. cos the skin on your face is very sensitive, and it varies for everyone. the air brush for legs is in a spray can. looks a bit like hair spray.

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Postby Joycee » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:06 am

xmischax wrote:
Joycee wrote:
koko77 wrote:joycee

u're most welcome. =)

but study hard in the meanwhile. get good grades.




yes yes I will. thanks thanks. Where to get the sally hansen? Sorry, i first time see this brand. can be use on the face?


sally hansen is a very famous nail polish brand. most watsons have it. along with their nail polish, they have their air brush for legs too. don`t know if it is suitable for face, you might wanna try it some time before the interview to see if it will cause irritation or something. cos the skin on your face is very sensitive, and it varies for everyone. the air brush for legs is in a spray can. looks a bit like hair spray.




Ok, thanks.

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Postby NS~KBH » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:07 am

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just curious, i just read that SIA held career talk and interview at both SP and NP, and people who are graduating from these 2 polys are eligible to apply. what about other poly soon-to-be-graduates? especially after reading the part about SIA rejecting people who doesn\'t have diploma officially...I\'m wondering how so now, should i or should i not go tomorrow? need some advice here please thanks..


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Postby koko77 » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:10 am

xmischax

I dunno. I guess I was too free then since my classes in school is only twice a week. So, I used the free time after work to take up courses. I noe it's beneficial forr me. so.. I just endure for that period of time.

You sure can do it. just a matter of perseverence la girl..

anyway since you can speak hakka and cantonese is good enough. having a knowledge of a foreign is an asset. since you are taking french. Make it one that you specialised in. if you dont have the time.

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Postby koko77 » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:11 am

joycee...

nono... you can't used it on the face. it's just for a perfect skin look alike thats all. But make up would be more advisable if you wanna cover marks and scar at the areas which are visible to the interviwers.

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Postby xmischax » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:14 am

koko77 wrote:xmischax

I dunno. I guess I was too free then since my classes in school is only twice a week. So, I used the free time after work to take up courses. I noe it's beneficial forr me. so.. I just endure for that period of time.

You sure can do it. just a matter of perseverence la girl..

anyway since you can speak hakka and cantonese is good enough. having a knowledge of a foreign is an asset. since you are taking french. Make it one that you specialised in. if you dont have the time.


yeaa, totally agree with you. by the way, is the curriculum at cambridge good?

i know i know! lol like you said, perseverence will take you as far as you want to go, right? heh

how come your lessons is only twice a week! lol

ohh i have a part time customer service job right now too.

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Postby Joycee » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:14 am

koko77 wrote:joycee...

nono... you can't used it on the face. it's just for a perfect skin look alike thats all. But make up would be more advisable if you wanna cover marks and scar at the areas which are visible to the interviwers.



ok ok... haha... later my face looks like my leg~ Koko u mind to tell me how old are you?

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Postby xmischax » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:15 am

koko77 wrote:joycee...

nono... you can't used it on the face. it's just for a perfect skin look alike thats all. But make up would be more advisable if you wanna cover marks and scar at the areas which are visible to the interviwers.


i have seen waterproof concealor somewhere before, but not in singapore. you might wanna go search for it. i heard it`s really good, but i think you can only get it in the US. try ebay? lol

ohh it`s called Lancome Effacernes Waterproof Concealer. i saw it in the US, you might wanna check out the lancome counters to see if they sell it here.
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Postby koko77 » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:17 am

[quote="xmischax"][quote="koko77"]xmischax

I dunno. I guess I was too free then since my classes in school is only twice a week. So, I used the free time after work to take up courses. I noe it's beneficial forr me. so.. I just endure for that period of time.

You sure can do it. just a matter of perseverence la girl..

anyway since you can speak hakka and cantonese is good enough. having a knowledge of a foreign is an asset. since you are taking french. Make it one that you specialised in. if you dont have the time.[/quote]

yeaa, totally agree with you. by the way, is the curriculum at cambridge good?

i know i know! lol like you said, perseverence will take you as far as you want to go, right? heh

how come your lessons is only twice a week! lol

ohh i have a part time customer service job right now too.[/quote]

Cos my school is like that, I only have lessons twice a week. So, since im that free i take up lessons and crappy stuffs. LOL.

customer service exp will benefit you in future when you wanna go SIA. Best is.. you can get a testi from ur superior. ha

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Postby koko77 » Sun, 07 Jan 2007 1:18 am

joycee...

I'm 21. 22 this yr.. you wanna give me pressie? Lol. my bd still a long way.


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