In case you didn’t catch my last MAKE UP FOR EVER techniques workshop which was unfortunately scheduled shortly after the Yolanda calamity you may want to join the one this Saturday at SM Aura’s MUFE pop-up store, December 14…there’ll be two time slots, 1-2 and 3-4pm. I’ll be teaching professionally done daytime to party looks using the MUFE Midnight Glow collection. You can text or call to reserve here 09156571647 if you really want to attend (workshop fee Php2500 with redeemable purchase). I’ll be featuring MAKE UP FOR EVER’s new 2013 Holiday Collection beautifully entitled “Midnight Glow”. You can reserve just in case but you can also wait to win 1 of 2 FREE slots I’m giving away in this post!
FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE WORKSHOP SLOT all you have to do is leave a comment below this post sharing why a workshop like this excites you and what you hope to learn from it in max of 3 sentences, INCLUDE YOUR Email & PREFERRED TIME SLOT (1-2 or 3-4) in the comment. I will randomly pick 2 from the comment thread and announce the winners this Friday .
I won’t be doing the avant garde look in the poster but a simpler wearable day to party night look inspired by that. That Midnight Glow palette by the way is a complete knockout win. The workshop isn’t free (it’s Php2500 with redeemable purchase as well in exchange) but I’m now raffling off 2 slots here for my workshop and it’s simpler than the last time to join. To ensure your slot in case you don’t end up winning the free slots this Friday just reserve here 09156571647 and prepare Php2500 for the workshop and a redeemable purchase. Okay, get those comments rolling, ladies!! Two free slots up for grabs!
The use of oil in the realm of beautifying dates back to ancient times. The first perfumes and fragrances did not contain alcohol but were pure pressed essential oils and before there were souffle creams you could massage into your skin there were balms and ointments.
L-R: Moringa O2 Malunggay Therapy Oil, Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate facial oil,Benefit Bathina Body Oil, Delon Coconut Oil Hair Treatment, Aromatherapy Associates Support Breathe Essence,
Oil is the purest concentrated essence that comes from certain natural origin. Oil products are more highly appreciated in cold, dry countries for their ability to lock in moisture and retain softness in both hair and body. What I’ve also discovered is the right facial oil also has the ability to calm down irritation and rebalance skin. These are five of my favorite oils of the moment that each cater in a different way. Read more to get my quick reviews on these 5 and prices, plus a quick Bible fact about oils and beauty!
Just sooo you know, I sort of had a huge feeling when I slapped on that matte Sleek lippie last month. Pantone’s color of the year for 2014 is Radiant orchid, a berry-ish tinted family of purple.
Do you love it, hate it, or will you try to work with it?
That sort of weather is upon us and as I recently typed into my Facebook status “Books are boarding passes…” I’ve decided to recommend a couple that I like which have a way of transporting you and making you forget you’re within the 4 walls of a room. One is a themed biography, one is Japanese (translated) fiction, and the last is a children’s sci-fi-but-not-really fantasy book that’s deep enough to hit a chord with adults which is part of a 4-book series so you can get excited for the next and it isn’t a pain to read. I’ve completely read two out of the three and am still finishing Julia’s Cats, I’m more than halfway. I’ve also read Banana Yoshimoto’s more recent book Goodbye Tsugumi but Kitchen is still my favorite.
JULIA’S CATS – Julia Child’s Life in the Company of Cats | Patricia Barey and Therese Burson (Read about Julia Child’s life within the context of her love for cats and cooking, and okay, her enviable husband, Paul, too.) This book will make you go “Aww” with almost every other turn of the page whether it’s coz of her, her cats, or Paul, her devoted BFF husband.
KITCHEN | Banana Yoshimoto (“An enchantingly original and deeply affecting book about mothers, love, tragedy…” actually it is not that sad naman, has parts lang “…and the power of the kitchen and home in the lives of free-spirited young women in contemporary Japan”) This book will make you think, empathize with the characters, and want to eat or start cooking if you have never tried.
A WRINKLE IN TIME | Madeleine L’ Engle (A story about Meg Murry and her brother Charles whose father was experimenting with the 5th dimension of time travel and suddenly disappeared. They are determined to rescue him and find themselves in another dimension that feels like a dream)
I actually picked this BYS Cosmetics Guilty Pleasures palette up a month ago without any notion that it might be similar to a luxury palette. While it wouldn’t be 100% similar in perhaps finish, the tones of 5 shades in this palette made me take notice. The 5 shades quite nearly match that Chanel Holiday 2013 Nuit Infinie “Charming” palette that scores of women are going kinda cray-cray for abroad.
BYS 01 Guilty Pleasures 10-pc Eyeshadow palette (matte & satin textures) Php499
With the exception of the finish of Chanel’s glittery bronze (the BYS shades are satin) the palette nearly nails it in a slightly warmer, very slightly less neutral way plus the texture is just in my opinion perfect, pigmented and smooth but not crumbly, I even think these textures are better than the Wild & Wild ones that crumble so easily. Let’s have a look at the similarity of the 5 shades I spotted in my BYS palette versus the palette of the Nuit Inifinie de Chanel collection. Read and click “more” to make the jump to the full post and see the similarities…with Lisa!