It's look like mini gathering today. Thanks to Caron & Olivia for inviting me to be one of the make up artist to make over their client of the event. I'm excited to meet my ex-classmates i.e Connie, Mei Mei, Audrey and work together like old those times...all pro make up artists now. Proud of you guys!
I'm supposedly to have make up session with Sally and her sister last Sunday. Unfortunately, my car is missing. If anyone found blue Kelisa, WMR 2146...please..please do contact me! Please spread the news around...appreciate your help! Thanks.
You will able to learn make up application from my guest make up artist, Ayang Kamel (10 years experienced in make up services, specializing in all kind of make ups, bridal, photoshoot, etc). To see her more from him...please click here.
I'm excited and looking forward for this class and there's only one space left for class. Hurry up...Book yourself now.
Date: 13th September
Venue: Desa Petaling
Time: 10.00am - 2.00pm
Please contact me for the for further details. TQ!
Here are some tips for you outside just like me. I always make sure these items (make up must have) are always in my make up bag:
Concealer – to cover my tired eyes
Compact powder - Compact powder is also ideal for whole day touch ups, I loike! I usually use Shuemura compact powder.
Blush and mini brush – to cover my pale face, I love MAC blusher.
Eye shadow (black eye shadow is a must) – to give little bit dramatic look. Believe me; black smokey make up can cover up your tired eyes especially when ur are not enough sleep a day before. :P
Eye pencil - an eye pencil or kohl pencil is a must. Can give basic look and dramatic look.
Mascara - add more drama to the eyes.
Lipstick or gloss – I preferred lipgloss. Even though it not pretty much add color to my face, but this to avoid dryness of my lips. Am the make up artist who don’t like to wear any colour of lipsticks on my lips. :D you will not see me wearing lipstick.
You can either carry these make-up items with your small pouch or store them in your desk drawer if you don’t want carry them around. So before setting out on a night in the town all you have to do is whip out your make-up, just seven basic items and you are ready to look your best and have a blast.
More pictures here guys!
MORE PICTURES HERE
By the way, here are some shots courtesy of Dominic Song. I'll upload more pictures from the team (Yon, Kamel, Biskuat, Shah & Hafiz) as soon I get some pic from them...so wait ya...
This month was an amazingly busy month, filled with few weddings, photo shoots, daily work, paintball games and my salsa performance class. I have lots of pics to work on and upload it here...
For more pictures, please click here.
The story: Sunday morning? 8 O'clock usually I'm still on bed...but I'm soooo thrilled and excited to do creative make up. This is my first attempt to do real extreme make over for photohoot. Trying to be early as I can to meet up K3yon and the gang at TTDI...We had our breakfast at mamak and straight away to the photoshoot location. We wrapped everything at 1.30pm and had lunch at mamak again...
Here are some pictures taken by me and with a bunch of talented photographers (see their link at the bottom of my post) and the lovely model Sam. The theme of the shoot was memoirs of Geisha...
Esen Online Magazine
pic courtesy of beauty blogger...
Airbrush makeup is quite a bit more expensive than regular makeup. The price depends on whether the makeup is already premixed or needs to be manually mixed. Formulas that require the user to premix are usually less expensive.
I bought myself one of MAC's new collections (Style Warrior), the Bronzing Loose Powder, Lipstick (Spirit A98) and Skin Enhancer (yellow Base) last few weeks ago. Really love it!
I purposely bought the bronzing powder for my exotic make up look for Betty, and its look nice on her. As a make up artist, bronzer is one of must-have products in the make up kits. :)~ *I'm so tempted to shop more! *drooooling-it's a pay day!!!* MAC counters just 5 mins walking from my office...grrr!!!
I never use bronzer for myself before. I definitely will try it soon...hmmmpp...for salsa party maybe? xoxo!
The tips: I put blusher on and lightly brush over bronzer with a chunky, fat blusher brush. A good time to define the cheekbones is to put blusher under your cheekbones, so basically use the brusher to shade and contour your cheeks! Very pretty!
Read more about Bronzer or Blush here.
Got it from one of beauty blogger: Iridescent Powder/Loose - Iridescent Powder is a finely milled mixture of Mica and pigments which gives the skin a beautiful sheen. It can be used on its own or mixed into other products like foundations or moisturizers to enhance their iridescent qualities. Long-lasting and designed to apply easily and uniformly without streaking and caking, it blends beautifully and can be applied on bare skin or over foundation. Because it's so concentrated, it should be used sparingly at first. Apply Iridescent Powder with Powder/Blush Brush for the desired effect.
Here are a few shots of my creative make-up from today photoshoot. Check out www.esen.com for more pictures soon! My sincere thanks to the Esen team for giving me the opportunity to be part of the team!
Hey ya! Sorry, no pictures this time. I was alone and my make up buddy not with me...I had no time to snap-snap all my artworks to the kids! I'm having fun and thanks to Nisa and family!!! Happy Birthday to Qaim Aqeel...