Thursday, September 19, 2013

PARTY Makeup Look

Dear all,....

I recently did a part makeup for my client, I'll try to apply it to capture the look of whomever she wants to be. The today's theme is Party....:). Although the dominant shade is pinkish but I think this look will still neutral enough and also compliment any outfit, you may wear any colours for that!

The products that I use:
|  Foundation: Whipped Cream Revlon & Liquid Foundation PAC  |  Powder: Ultima in Beige & Moors in White |  Mascara: Volum Express Maybelline  |  Highlight: Moors in White, Shimmer Powder PAC in Broken White and Cream, Golden Mosaic Nyx  No 1  |  Blush On: PAC & Nyx  |  Eyeshadows: Urban Decay Naked 1, Coastal Scent & Shimmer Powder PAC  |  Eyebase: Urban Decay Primer Potion  |  Primer: ACACI  | Eyeliner: Liquid Eyeliner LT Pro & White Pencil Eyeliner PAC  |  Shading: PAC Foundation no 08 & Moors in Brown  |  Lipstick: PAC & Odessa No 23  |  Finishing Powder: Nyx Photogenic Finishing Powder  |  Eyebrow: Etude in Dark Brown  |

For you who stay around Jakarta or Bandung (Indonesia) and need makeup & hijab creation/hair do for some special occasions, you may contact me on:

Mobile: +628211443446
BB: 22774834
WA: +6287782118100

Hope it helps and you like the look :)


Monday, September 2, 2013

Laskar Pelangi Documentation | Part 1 readers...

Today, I'm not going to talk about makeup....instead of talking 'bout it, I'll post 'bout another topic...
As an Indonesian, I bet all of you have known the Laskar Pelangi novel or named The Rainbow Troops in English version. This novel has captured the heart of so many Indonesians and has been translated into 19 languages, not to mention also published in many countries. Besides Laskar Pelangi, there are other three amazing sequels of it: Sang Pemimpi (The Dreamer), Edensor and Maryamah Karpov.

Belitung-born writer Andrea Hirata is an author of Laskar Pelangi, it's a half-fiction-moving story about poor students who are studying at the neglected village school on the island named Belitung. They guarded by caring and extraordinary teachers who have helped them pursuing their dreams. However at the end of story, the power of education can show us that it is the exact way to release them from the poverty, although not everybody has the chance for it. Laskar Pelangi has attracted audiences around the globe and has achieved some awards. It teaches us of never being afraid to dream, once you dare to dream, your mind will lead you to your destination. Never underestimate the power of hope, dream and mind....

So here are some documentations of the real school that portrayed in the Laskar Pelangi novel. This small school - once named Muhammadiyah Elementary School is located at Gantong village, Belitung......., nowadays it is not run anymore. Nearby from here, there's a replica of this school which is used to be visited by some tourists.

OMG, I was so fat....I promise I'm slimmer now :))