Zula.sg is a new female centric lifestyle, inspiration and beauty website run and carefully curated by a team of young ladies for the Gen Y Singaporean girls. The website provides great online value and content for females with a diverse range of topics such as Lifestyle (covers unique lifestyle products, new places to visit and tips for females); Perspective (covers relationships and life); Inspiration (stories that encourages Singaporean females to achieve their life goals); Style (covers fashion & beauty) and Health (covers mind, fitness & sex).
1. Get a perspective on issues/struggles commonly faced by young girls
Reading the feature on “7 Singaporean girls shared how they dealt with Body Image Issues” brought back memories of my personal struggle with body image issues. When I was in Secondary school I used to be pretty conscious of how I look because of my bigger frame and broad shoulders from my years of swimming. I disliked my body shape and size as I could never find clothes to fit me because they were all made for petite girls. Once, I was trying on a dress at a local boutique called Moon River and was humiliated by the sales girl when she actually laughed at my face when I couldn’t fit into their “L” size dress and I swear never to walk near this shop again.
Zula also interview young millennial girls and feature articles such as confessions of Singapore millennial girls on why they do not want kids because having kids in the most expensive city in the world is really no joke. Other thought-provoking features include “What I learned from being a Sugarbaby (social escort) in Singapore for 3 months”.
2. Know the latest trends in lifestyle, dating apps & beauty fixes
Exploring Zula reminds me of the time when I used to depend on mags like Cleo and Seventeen like a holy grail for relationships, fashion and beauty tips and browsing through Zula can get me occupied for a while.
I particularly like their beauty and skincare feature on “12 Cruelty-Free Singapore Makeup & Skincare Brands That Say No to Animal Testing”. I have been sharing about organic and cruelty-free skincare brands on my blog and Instagram ever since I started using them religiously about a year ago as they are not only better for our skin, they are also better for our environment and furry friends.
3. A Voice for Singaporean Girls
Zula is also an outlet and voice for young millennial girls seeking to navigate through relationship, family and other life challenges. Lastly, I hope to see more articles on travel tips for solo female travellers and travel stories of other female travellers visiting unconventional travel destinations. Overall, I find Zula a really entertaining and great resource for young millennial girls.
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