Susan Hang

Susan is the first official Editor & Writer for Zanita Studio. She was bogged down in ordinary corporate jobs (most recently in fashion merchandising) for almost 6 years before jumping ships and joining the Zanita Studio team. A self-proclaimed beauty aficionado and self-made writer, she chronicles her trials in the beauty department and the musings that granted her dismissal from the 9-5. Susan talks all things womenswear-related and shares bits of her professional journey on her blog - follow along! BLOG INSTAGRAM PINTEREST

Beauty, Shopping

Best Beauty Sales to Revamp Your Top Shelf for Spring

I just wrote about the new items I’ve added to my top shelf, but totally forgot to tell you about all the amazing beauty sales going on right now! Despite being a little addicted to...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

New Beauty Game Changers You Need to Know

I’ve gone through quite a bit of product over the last few months, which means I’ve made room for more! As we all know and hear over and over, the transition into a new season...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

5 Things I’m Giving Up for a Happier Life

  Like success, happiness is relative…all perspective… In a time and place where everything is readily accessible and visible, it’s hard to fully embrace our blessings when everyone else seems to have it better. It...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Lifestyle

How to Shoot the Perfect Flatlay

When I first started shooting flatlays, I was probably the WORST at conceiving and producing. But with a lot of practice, critique, and Zanita’s help, I was able to get to place that made me...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

Hair Products That Helped Me Survive Winter & Beyond

  If you haven’t noticed, I’m a hair minimalist… Hair has been the one thing I could care less about in my life up to this point…but I’m realizing more and more that it shouldn’t...

Written by: Susan Hang

Career

My Worst Career Mistakes

Written by: Susan Hang

Career

My Worst Career Mistakes

A few days ago, Brittany wrote about her worst blogging mistakes, which I thought was brilliant and wanted to piggy back on it, but using my worst career mistakes. I confess, I’ve made some foolish...

Written by: Susan Hang

Career, Lifestyle, Personal Development

How Blogging Helped Me Become Who I Am Today

I’ve been blogging inconsistently for about 5 years now, but I’ve done it professionally for over a year. Not much has changed from then til now as far as my approach to blogging; however, I...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, How To, Product Review

How to Get the Perfect Date Night for Valentines Day

  Valentine’s Day is a mere four days away, and I’m hardly prepared… So if you’re like me with no time these days, I sympathize for you… However, that doesn’t mean let yourself go completely....

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

Is Essence Essential in Your Skincare Routine?

I began using essence a year ago when I decided to experiment with the 10-step Korean beauty regimen, and I’ve had mixed feelings about whether I need to keep using it… I’ve gone through two...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

Emergency Moisturizers That Actually Work

We’re having a much warmer winter than average, but that’s not to say my skin doesn’t demand its moisturizers… I’ve learned the hard way that ultra-nourishing skincare products need to be within arm’s reach these...

Written by: Susan Hang

Career, Entrepreneurship

How I Maximize My Sundays as a Content Creator

One of my responsibilities at Zanita Studio is creating content (although our focus has shifted a little with the incubating of Azalle)… However, I also create content for myself at Le Jolie. In the beginning, it...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

5 New Things My Skin Absolutely Loves Right Now

I’m trying to become more selective, edited, and minimal when it comes to my skincare routine… because the level of sensitivity my skin hits in the bleak winter is serious business – consider yourself beyond...

Written by: Susan Hang