First day back in Taiwan, it's been awesome so far. Still jet-lagging, woke up at 5am with my tummy growling at me. Good thing we're staying with my aunt, who sells exported fruits. I've been wanting to take pictures of their fruits for a while because fruits in Taiwan are beautiful.
Woke up early today to take some pretty pictures. My styling lady put a crapload of make up on me and even two layers of fake eyelashes. I like my styling lady, she made me look amazingly stunning. LOL. But of course, everyone looks good after crapload of makeup. >.> But she made my hair really cute hair too, it wasn't until after the shoot that I found out she's the most experienced lady there. The whole shoot took from 8AM till 3PM in the afternoon, with maybe 30 minutes for lunch break. The make up and hair took up most of the time, the photoshoot itself for each set doesn't take more than 30 minutes. I wore 4 dresses, 1 kimono, and my own clothes. The dresses that I picked out from last time, after today, I realized how fat they made me look. I know, I know, you guys hate it when I say that but like, it just looks chubbier. *sadface* And the kimono is hideous, only my own clothes is quite adorable. ASIAN POSE. Everytime Taiwanese take pictures they make their hand like that, I have no idea why. My own set of clothessss, nananana, I LOVE THIS OUTFIT. I R ADORABLE. <3 I took some shots with a HUGE inflatable football (soccerball) in this outfit, and I think the pictures will turn out cute, I cannot wait. :D Then we went to eat dinner, at a Japanese steakhouse ish restaurant. FOOD PLEASE. AND LOOK. I GOT A HALO ON ME HEAD. *angels* Toothpick on top of my lashes. lulz. Seafood fruit salad. Yumz. Foooooooood. FOOD IS HEREEE. *HALOS* I CAN'T WAIT TILL THE FINISHED PICTURES. <3 //edit: the pictures are now here
Went to some hotass place today. There's like an old street type, which is what Taiwan's streets used to look like or whatnot. Now they just sell really traditional toys, candy, food, etc. It's a good place to bring foreigners too, to understand Taiwan's ol' tradition. Going to nightmarket to buy food, didn't go in though. Night market is like a place where there's a bunch of fun and games, food, and where people sell cheapish things. When I go into nightmarket next time I'll take more pics.