About

Who is Dayve Rampas? Dayve Rampas is an Average Jane by day who loves wearing her favourite pair of pants, and plain blouse. She’s married to a great husband, and a mom to her bubbly kids. She was born in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (previously North Borneo) in early 80s. She’s working by day, and a nerdy by night. She’s currently doing her PhD in Marketing, and also works voluntarily for Gospel For Asia blogging team.
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Dayve (2nd from left) with her make-up teacher (middle), and friends.

When did she start blogging? Her blog started as a personal blog where she actually vented out her angers when she was in bad mood but then she realized that those posts gave her nothing but bad memories. So, she deleted all those negative posts, and started to enjoy writing reviews on products/services. She just loved to share her experience with other readers.

Is her blog really all beauty products? She doesn’t limit herself blogging about beauty products because she’s really flexible to write anything based on what she experienced when using the product/service.
What is her skin type? She has a sensitive combination skin. She has allergy to fragrance, and Ginseng-related ingredient.

What does she love to do during her free time? She loves reading books a lot, and often read before bedtime. She loves shopping, DIY, take photos, and baking. She rarely have time watching TV, but she always make sure she got time to watch Tagalog, Taiwanese, Japanese, and Korean dramas. Sometimes, she would lock herself in her small studio to do make-up. She also plays the piano and go for a jog at the park.

What are her favourite beauty products? She is into Asian beauty products (mostly Korean brands).
Does she has a part-time job? Yes. She’s a freelance make-up artist based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. She has a professional diploma in make-up artistry, and has been a make-up artist for more than 5 years.
Where else I can follow her online? You can always find her here:
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 Jesselton, North Borneo (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah) | August 2016