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Make-Up 101

A friend of mine (Hi Anne!) had an interesting idea to sign-up for some make-up 101 class one day. And a number of us immediately said yes! Personally, I really am not so into make-up and really fixing-up daily, too much effort! But then again, I think it's time to learn some make-up tricks. It'll come in handy soon maybe? Who knows... so off to Eastwood City we went. It turned out to be a really interesting and fun afternoon of girl bonding, color blending and laughs. :)





Start-up Brushes



Our "Tools" :)



We were given a number of tips and demos.

Anne was the first model because she arrived earliest. :)

We were jotting down notes like we were in college class. We even had printed slides! Haha! :D


Us in action....


Thank you Suzanne for being so patient with us. Plus, we all loved the Suesh brushes. :)



Lessons learned:
-Blend blend blend
-Brush brush brush
-Have fun fun fun. :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.


Comments

ChaCha said…
nakita ko na yung mga brushes ni eliza!! ang galing!
Aimee said…
gusto ko rin nito!!! =)
Panaderos said…
Very cute entry. Glad to know that you and your friends had a fun time learning new things about applying make-up. :)

Thank you very much for linking to my site. I appreciate it a lot. I hope you won't mind if I do the same. Take care.
Eliza said…
Super bigat ng bag ko today kasi dala ko lahat sila! hahaha
Cza said…
@ChaCha - Sayang! Sana sumama ka.. Happy Anniv to the parentals :D how was it?

@Aimee - Gawin naten paguwi mo? :P

@Panaderos - Thanks for linking me back :D

@Eliza - syempre dinala mo lahat! Ang kulit. :D Sana pati yung makeup toolkit. Torture!
witsandnuts said…
That looks much fun! Until now hanggang face powder, lipstick and a little cheek blushing lang ang alam ko. Most of the time, wala akong make-up.
Dennis Villegas said…
wow, pwede rin kaya ako mag-aral nito...lol.

you and your friends are all beautiful!
princess_dyanie said…
wow! so into make up ka na? hehehe ;)
Cza said…
@witsandnuts - Ako ganon pa dun, powder lang and lip gloss. Hahaha! :D But I did have fun. Got some tips :P and it's a good time to bond with girlfriends :)

@dennis - why not? Hehehe. Thanks for the compliment ;)

@princess_dyanie - wish ko nga kareerin e. Hahaha! Pero mahirap pala sya. :) Fun fun! Try mo din. :)
ifoundme said…
nakakainggit naman! sana may ganito rin dito sa bacolod. lipstick lang ako parati kasi i don't know how to put on some make up. workshops like this can be a really big help.
Aimee said…
i want i want i want!!! hehe.

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