• Beauty,  Makeup Looks

    Get Ready with me: 10 minute makeup routine

    Hey guys I learned how to do my eyebrows! I actually learned very fast although I don’t have a spoolie to work with at the moment. This is my current favorite makeup look, very simple and clean. I start off with foundation and then concealer because apparently that helps more. I haven’t tried this new concealer I bought yet though, but when I do I’ll share a new makeup look. I’m currently using more foundation just a tad more so I can finish the bottle and try something else. Then I use concealer just under my eyes and blend that in. I then move on to my eyebrows by gently…

  • Hobbies

    Thai Recipe: Puk Pret Pla Stir Fried Fish

    Puk Pret Pla means stir fried fish, and my brother and I loved this dish when we first tried it at my mom’s workplace (Asian Restaurant), now it’s a regular meal at my childhood home. I learned this recipe from my mom whom learned it from her boss who owns a restaurant. My mom makes this recipe probably once a month at home. I learned how to make it because my mom actually had time to teach me and because I have been wanting to learn how to make more Thai dishes. My boyfriend and his family love this recipe. Ingredients: Filet Fish Mushrooms Red Bell Peppers Green Bell Peppers…

  • My Life

    My half Thai Role Models

    Growing up half Thai, I wish I had more role models growing up instead of feeling alone all the time. I loved my ethnicity, but I hated that not many understood it. I didn’t really get any role models until middle school, but no one I could actually learn from. Most of my role models are actors and actresses because the only real half Thais I saw were in the movie industry. I liked being able to relate to them. I loved watching Thai dramas where the main characters were foreign or grew up in a foreign country (usually America) because then I had more in common with them. I…

  • About Me

    Luk Krueng

    Luk Krueng is a common Thai phrase which translates to a “half Thai” child. For me being half Thai and half White, I feel that I am more White than I am Thai. I may not look White, but I don’t think I look full Thai either. Obviously appearance doesn’t matter, but it does lead onto how others will perceive me. Of course once I introduce myself, as half White and half Thai most people then just think of me as Thai or Asian. Don’t get me wrong I love my Thai culture, but I feel as though I’m not as connected as I could be. I can speak Thai.…