Hello lovelies how are you? Today I would like to share with you my happiness and excitement when Mandom Philippines Corporation invited me for the launching of Kiss me by Isehan Heroine Make Eye Jewelry. Mandom Philippines offer products both from Indonesia and Japan. They're also the producer of Gatsby so aside from Japanese makeups they also offer products for hair. They also have another makeup line called Pixy.
This is actually the first big event I've attended and it has exceeded my expectations. The products that were introduced to us were really good, a makeup line that's definitely something that I like since I love Asian-produced cosmetics, not to mention they're long lasting and most were waterproof. Since I'm a makeup addict, I was so engrossed and I even wanted to buy every products I encountered there. I met a lot of beauty and lifestyle bloggers, supervisors and managers from Mandom Phils. and Mr. Noel B. Orsal from Philippine Entertainment Portal. Of course, what I really look forward to that day was the makeup workshop from a Japanese makeup artist and beauty counselor Miss Sayuri Igarashi.
The workshop started at around 1:00 pm hosted by Miss Mica Javier. All cameras and smartphones were ready and we immediately started posting on our Instagram with the hashtags #kissmeheroinemake and #kissmejewelryeye. Penser Q multimedia company even printed the pictures from the hashtags and the winners were announced in between workshops. Miss Sayuri Igarashi's very cheerful, sweet and accomodating. She brilliantly responds to every queries we have and I learned a lot of techniques and tricks that's very helpful for my career as a makeup artist. I'll share with you lovelies everything that I learned from her later on. Miss Sayuri asked for two volunteers so she can do the makeover and demo, one for the daytime/natural makeup and one for evening/party makeup using Kiss me by Isehan Heroine Make products.
She introduced first to us the newest addition to the Heroine Make Makeup line and they're the alluring and long lasting Kiss me Jewelry Eyeshadows. They're available in four shades: Yellow Sapphire, Beige Gold, Pink Amethyst and Rose Garnet. I'll be doing my own makeup look and try different eyeshadow combinations using these eye jewels soon so please look forward to that!
Now let's proceed to the workshop/makeup demo proper. Miss Sayuri started first with Miss Rowena a.k.a Animetric for a daytime look and she used the combination of Yellow Sapphire and Beige Gold to compliment her hair color and skintone. She gives a lot of tips while doing Ms. Rowena's makeover and I'm honestly in love with the final look. She gave her a glamorous neutral makeup paired with peach blush and peach lips. If you still remember neutrals and peaches were my favorite makeup look of all time.
Second makeover is for an evening/party look and the Rose Garnet palette was used to Miss Ehya of ehyanism.com
Here are the things I learned from Miss Sayuri. In my 8 years in the beauty business and vanity world, I've learned a lot from her more than those tips I've heard from other MUA and beauty counselors. Since I have no official training or certification as a Makeup Artist, I need her workshop in my life!
- Fair skinned girls should wear eyeshadows in lighter colors like pastel pink, because when we're tired our eye areas become darker. For older women, eyeshadows in lighter hues will definitely make them look younger as brown and earth colors will make them look more mature.
- The arch of your eyebrows are very important. Draw on a good arch that complements your face as they also move when you make facial expressions.Make the end of your brows longer as it gives the illusion of smaller face (model like). Darker eyeshadow application depends on the eyeshape and the emphasis that you want for your eyes, to make it look longer or bigger still depends on your eyeshadow application technique.
- For fuller lips, and to avoid lipstick bleeding or sliding off your lips, use lip liners. If not or for natural looking lips, lipstick alone will do. Lipgloss were optional.
Here's me and Miss Sayuri Igarashi.
Now for the official photos taken by Mr. Noel B. Orsal from Philippine Entertainment Portal. Thank you sir for sending me these! :)
Most of my fellow bloggers have gone home and I was still left in the room chatting with Miss Sayuri, Ms. Jackie and Ms. Charm. Being left inside the room just to ask questions was never a habit of mine when I was still a student. If only my mom sent me to a makeup academy then I'm pretty sure I'll be more excited to go and attend the class, or should I say maybe I'll strive hard to become cum laude?
Thanks Miss Charm and Miss Jackie! It was so nice to meet both of you.
Lastly, makeover compilation!
I also went home with a huge smile on my face coz I can't wait to open up and test the goodies!
What I got inside my bag were four wonderful products from Kiss Me Heroine Make. The mineral powder, liquid eyeliner and two Kiss me Heroine Eye Jewelry in Yellow Sapphire and Pink Amethyst.
These are basically the things I need to learn in my life and in my career since I always provide service to my fellow Filipinos who all have the same feature and skin tone like I do. I must say my daily makeup routine will start to change now. I'm so thankful I became part of this event and I'm planning to attend more workshops in the future. Pursuing a career like this needs a lot of help from professionals and successful people. Listening is the most important part of learning process, but then since I'm a visually-stimulated person, Miss Sayuri's demonstration really made me focused.
What products from Kiss Me Heroine Make have you lovelies tried? Any HG products from them? Please look forward to my next post, I'll be creating makeup looks using Kiss me Heroine Eye Jewelries! I hope y'all excited as I am!
For Kiss Me Heroine Make Philippines page, click here.