Saturday, August 2, 2014

Review: Seventeen's Makeover Party 2014

Hello chika's,

So earlier i posted a post on the seventeen makeover party 2014 and if you don't remember, you cn check it out by clicking here. I must say that i really had fun at the event. Made new friends and learned something new. Definitely an amazing experience. And i will try my best to maximise not the information so that i don't miss out with all the fun! teehee

Location: Modesto's, The Strand
Date: 19th July 2014
Time: 11am - 4pm

First, guest to the event were served with a mocktail that i think was a mixture of cranberry and sprite topped with a cherry on the side. So you can try that out at home, and as the matter of fact, i might make myself one too! cause it actually tasted pretty good. YUMS! And the whole restaurant was pretty much reserved for the event, super exclusive.  Talking about the attendees btw, everyone was at their best look, fabulous!

The waiting time was pretty long to wait, because we had some late comers coming in. So, i arrived at 11am, the event only started at 12.45pm, which was soooo long. But in the mean time, i got to made a friend, who came alone like i did. So yay! Most of them signed up with their peeps, so it wasn't so much on making new friends. Which i think was really uncool.

So when they opened the event space, i saw these 4 brands which were, Panasonic, Lineige, Casio Exilim and Oxy in their own corners promoting their products. As everyone was separated in groups of 4, i was in the 3rd group consisting of 8 people. So in my group, i was personally more attached to two people which was Julie and Celine. Super nice girls.

So, Group 3 was assigned to the panasonic corner first, and everyone had to pick their own seats, and to our surprise, we had these hair brushes and mirrors and curlers laid on the table. looks like we were given the task to get our hair done ourselves, and i was right! There was an instructor, teaching us how to use the panasonic curler, which i found super adorable, as it was hot pink and with gems on the side. (Total diva hair iron!)

So after using the iron it actually took me awhile to get used to the iron, as it was my first time using a straightener and trying to curl my hair. And i usually just use a hair curler literally to curl my hair if i do so. The instructor did mention about putting hair heat protection lotion so that the heat doesnt spoil and dries up your hair. (tip 1) After a while, it got easier to curl my hair and i attached photos below of the final outcome. Do tell me what you think about it. Ignore the pale bare face that i have. haha

Final outcome of using the hair curler.

After styling hair is done and over with, we proceeded to the Casio Exilim corner. And basically each of us were given a camera to test out. And it was apparently specialised for selfies. (lol) 

The special thing about the camera was that it could stand on its own which made taking selfies easier! How cool is that? Its like a tripod on a camera attached. As you can see, we had a lot of fun taking photos with the camera. 

Another amazing feature the camera was that it had an automatic snapshot feature, and all you need to do was wave your hand at the camera, and it would set the camera to a 3 second timer to get you ready for the shot. And if you're wondering who's these fabulous people in the photos with me, that would be Celine and Julie. Even though i met them for only a day, less than 24 hours, i just fell in love with their personality.  Love, love, love!

When thats over and done, next on the list was Oxy. We were to tryout their new range of products which was the oil control edition which was basically to control oily skin. And whats shown in the photos below, would be a cleanser, lotion, emulsion and a mattifying cream. 

Here's a photo of them showing a demonstration of how to really wash your face and get that oil free smooth skin by using Oxy. I found it a little bit too dry on my face to be honest, but what caught my attention was the oil control mattifying cream. I found that actually worth buying because it keeps your skin oil free anytime any day, even with make up on, you can still apply the mattifying cream for instant oil free skin. I would suggest to try the mattifying cream if you would want to try this particular range by Oxy.

And last but not least was the make up session by Lineige. We were ordered to tie our hair ups to make sure no hair sticks out while applying make up and each one of us, got ourselves a pouch of face brushes and new compact sponge to control on hygiene which was a bonus! YES!

Our hair is all tied up and ready for our face makeover!

We had a beautician explaining and showing us the correct way to apply make up, and not just an ordinary look, but the typical korean cute puppy eyes look. Well, since lineage is currently one of the best cosmetic products in  Korea, i wouldn't be too surprised that they decided to do a tutorial on a Korean look.

And tadaa, the final outcome! Its nothing too much, but it looks natural don't you think so? Its not that bad when it comes to an everyday look. It seems more presentable. If you disagree, do let me know what your opinion would be. I would like to Casio Exilim for the amazing opportunity of letting us try out the latest camera which was uber cute and trendy too.

And oh, one last thing before i forget, how can i forget the best part? GOODIE BAGS! Thanks to the amazing sponsors who were Oxy, Panasonic, Lineige and also Casio Exilim. Woop woop! Everything in the bag was practically worth over RM200 of products man. The best part of any event i must say.

Whats in the bag?
1. Oxy products
2. Panasonic electrical tooth brush
3. Lineige cleanser travel set
4. Casio Pouch

And not to mention, there was a lucky draw during the event, and i was lucky to win myself a nano care! Thank you panasonic for sponsoring, and also Seventeen for the prize! Totally made my day. It was more like an early birthday present for me. teehee.

Alright, i think thats all for now. Looking forward for the next makeover party! teehee

Goodnight peeps

Regards, and much love,
Sara xx

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