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    Under the skin of beauty bloggers

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 18/09/2015

    » Although I do not follow any particular beauty blogger, I have read and in some cases tried to follow the advice and recommendations of bloggers. The appeal of bloggers/vloggers is obvious. Getting the perfect smoky eye look takes practice and time. There are also some nuances, techniques and certain products that make it easier to achieve. It is also helpful to watch someone demonstrate how to do it step-by-step, pause the demo, and try the steps for yourself. Hearing someone explain the products that go along with creating the look is also useful; it certainly saves time and effort in perusing the make-up aisle at the department stores or beauty specialist stores.


    Selling myths through social networks

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 27/02/2015

    » It is hard to imagine a time when Facebook didn't exist. Social media has invaded lives and rooted itself in daily routines. The speed with which people can communicate with each other is a marvel of technological advancement.


    Beauty and the beholder: no longer skin deep

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 03/09/2014

    » When conversations come up about beauty pageants, the names Apasra Hongsakula and Porntip "Bui" Nakhirunkanok are never far from everyone's lips. Well, anyone, that is, over the age of 20. The two Miss Universe winners — Apasra in 1965 and Bui in 1988 — were the icons of beauty for the world. They were two beautiful women, poised, and grand. But before they graced and consequently charmed the world stage, we should not forget that they were first crowned Miss Thailand.


    A virtuous life in a material world

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 23/07/2013

    » Today is Wan Khao Phansa, one of the many sacred Theravada Buddhism holidays. It signifies the beginning of Buddhist Lent in which monks are to retreat back to the temple and concentrate on studying dhamma and meditation for three lunar months during the rainy season. For many Thais, it is a time to actively engage in merit-making by offering necessities to monks including candles, lanterns and lamp oil that is burned during morning and evening recitation time.

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