Beauty Amplified Davao Workshop Day 2



I told you that I'm going to individually blog about the 2-day workshop but my schedule has gone crazy these days that I almost forgot of sharing it to you. Well, wait no more because here are some of the snapshots of what happened during the second day.

As seen through my Instagram: @misslitratista

Make-up and Styling by Ms. Jean Ong

Since the topic for the first day was on basic make-up application, Ms. Jean Ong raised the notch higher by teaching us how to do Avant Garde make-up. First, she demonstrated a sample of an avant garde look, and we had the rest of the day doing our own 2 avant garde looks. I was the model for the demonstration, so all in all I had three looks. Anyway, let the pictures speak a thousand words. 





with co-blogger Madamme Swexie

Doing avant garde make-up was so much fun that we didn't care to notice that it was lunch time already. We were so engrossed in doing our looks that it only took us 15-20 minutes to eat. In between breaks, Ms. Jean also taught us how to take care of our make-up tools and how to keep them sanitized every time. We don't want to have break-outs so hygiene is really a must!

After creating our different sets of looks, we had a mini-photoshoot. I honestly admit that I am not that confident in posing for the camera as I tend to be so conscious all the time. I look better in candids but not most of the time though. LOL! Enough of that, so here are the looks I've created:

Look No. 1

Photos: Fra Jamir

Look No. 2


 After the mini-photoshoot, we had our graduation moment. Ms. Jean awarded us our certificates - my first ever certificate for a make-up workshop. Pardon my bare face because I immediately removed my make-up because I have to rush to Sunday mass after the workshop.


Group hug!

This was totally a very memorable experience for me. Not only did I get to learn about proper make-up application techniques and did series of make-ups, I also get to meet new friends who share the same passion and interest in make-up with me. Even though I already knew the basics in make-up, I still have to explore and practice more to further enhance my craft. Practice practice and more practice. I never knew that attending a make-up class could be so much fun.

Once again, I give my heartfelt thanks to Ms. Jean Ong and my sponsor, Ms. Julz.

What do you think about my avant-garde looks? Tell me what you think!


Photos courtesy of me, Ms. Jean Ong, Fra Jamir and Madamme Swexie.

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10 comments

  1. Super bet ko yung first look! Eto nanaman ako, na-iingit! Hahahaha

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    1. hahahaha.. thanks.. ung second look kasi buot-buot na.. hehehehehe

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    1. the eyeshadows are really pigmented and we used the war paints for that! :)

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  3. WOW!! How fun - the make up is just amazing. Really a work of art. It all looked so lovely - I love the different looks!

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    1. thanks so much for following dear! :)

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  4. The makeup looks are gorgeous! The colors are so bold and playful! ♥

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    1. thanks you! i really had fun doing all of those looks!

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    1. it was cool and fun! thanks a lot! :)

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