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Thursday, August 25, 2011

K-Palette Bloggers Workshop (Cum Eye Makeup Demonstrations By Japanese MakeUp Artist)

Have you always been interested to learn how to do eye makeup like those Japanese ladies?

Now you can with K-Palette products! Demonstrations done by Japanese Makeup Artist for 2 different looks, the Cool Look and Girly Look. (Videos shared below.)
I was privileged to be invited to K-Palette Bloggers Workshop held at Fika Swedish Cafe and Bistro. The ambience at Fika is really comfortable and nice.
Elfaine looking busy. She's the super-woman who established The Sample Store and she's a very lovely lady.

I received Marshmallows with my name on it. It is so pretty that I can't bear to eat it!
Canon was the sponsor for photo taking and photo printing at the event. 

While waiting for the workshop to begin... I think you would have guessed what I did.

Yes, I went around taking photos! ^_^ Want to know what's inside a makeup artist makeup pouch? Let's check it out!
The magazine above shows the look that the Japanese makeup artist is going to demonstrate to us. The left is the Girly Look and the right is the Cool Look.
(A) is for the Girly Look, (B) is the Cool Look.
These looks are achievable with K-Palette products especially with their waterproof eyeliners and eyebrow products.

Without further ado, let the workshop begin!
Sharon, the marketing manager of Japalang (Japalang is the distributor of K-Palette products in Singapore) welcoming us to the workshop.
Director of Japalang giving a short speech about Japalang.

Here comes the eye makeup demonstrations! Video 1 shows us how to create the Cool Look and Video 2 shows us the way to create the Girly Look. Enjoy!

Here's the final look after the demonstration. Cool Look on her right eye and Girly Look on her left eye. If you have watched the video, the eye makeup really did help to change her appearance. She looks prettier after the makeover.
If you are interested to try K-Palette products, you are able to get them in local Watsons and SaSa outlets.

After the demonstration, we had yummy meal at Fika and causal chats with other bloggers. (Click on the image below and it'll play!)

Signing off with photos of everyone at the workshop.

Thank you Japalang Pte Ltd and The Sample Store for making this workshop possible!


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