Monday, October 31, 2011

BDJ Rendevouz: Breaking Free

First of all, im so sorry for this very late post. i'm always sleepy. :3

To enter this BDJ Event, I had to show the things I am working on so far on the 100 Checklist-Things-Must-Do this year. And yes, because of BDJ i started this blog.
before the event strated

See? I was literally the first bella who arrived! Talk about excited early bird! Tweet tweet!
The talk talks were juicy and informative!
The event was held at The Ramp Crossings Glorrieta 3 last September 24 around 2pm. (I know! Its better to be late than never anyways!)
I didn't get the chance to take my lunch but its worth it!

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 The talk wrap ups:
RISE UP IN STYLE: halt your state of unhappy and step up to the challenge of change! with Ms. Katrina Dy, former fashion editor Cosmopolitan magazine, (New York)

What I learned: we must know what we want want, we must have our own personal vision.
There's a reason for setback = reset.
Connect the dots - Steve Jobs
Don't fear failure! Risk taker have guts! lol
Don't waste your freedom.
Lets stay Positively Optimistic! (redundant! lol)
Strategize. Research. Learn. Be Smart!
and my favorite:
'When a door closes, break a window!"
"Never step on people, so they can catch you when you fall!"

GAME FACE ON: do what you want and look like you own it! Be a pro in projection with make up do's and don't! with Ms. Jasmine Mendiola which is our MC for the event, a make up artist and John Roberts Power Instructor

What I learned:
the different make up products and its help on emphasizing the assets and concealing the blemishes.
We need to have the right foundation to even out skin tone and by picking the right shade we should remember that:
more Melanin = brown/tan complexion
more Carotene = yellowish skintone
more Hemoglobin = reddish to orange-ish skin

HIGHLIGHT WHAT'S RIGHT: stock up tips to conceal and contour. Achieve perfect face for golden reveal! with Ms. Kris Bacani, Professional Make-Up Artist and Instructor, Make Up Designory Manila

We should remember that our skin is like a canvass, the smoother it is the better!

Steps on taking care of our face:
1 Cleanse - clean face
2 Tone - closes pores
3 Moisturize - for dewy look
4 Exfoliate - remove dead skin cells (twice a week)
5 Sunblock -protection against UVA and UVB

Aside from the tips, Ms. Bacani pick a bella for the make over. From day time turned to night time look! :D

 SEXY IS A STATE OF MIND with Ms. Dona Cuna-Pita, fashion stylist, Image Consultants and Writer of Philippine Star

What I learned:

There are five basic body shapes and if we know how to dress up,
we can look and feel good!

The Pears - thin upper, full hips and thigh
Solution: light colored tops and dark colored bottom, A - line skirts and straight or slightly flared pants.
Assets: trim waist, curvy hips

The Apples - full breasts and stomach, thin extremities
Solution:   dark tops and light colored bottom, full skirts, skimming tops, tailor made dresses
Assets: full breasts, shapely legs

The Rulers - athletic frame, no curves
Solution: belted dresses, ruffled tops, soft flowing skirts
Assets; slim legs and arms

The Full Figured - chubby to plus size
Solution: skim the body, not skin tight. Go for monochromatic combination and wear heels to add height!
Assets: curvy hips and full breasts

The Hourglass - the perfect shape! proportional bust, waist and hips
Assets: proportional and curvy frame
Remember: Do not show everything! Examples: Sleeveless with pants, long sleeves with skirts/shorts.

Busy doing the Human Bingo!
The food was "awesome"! We even notice that the paper plate was cute. Did I mention I didn't eat lunch? and I went crazy on finishing up my human Bingo and so I was 2nd to the last person on the line to take on the buffet. And it was a blessing in disguise! lol I took a whole lot! heehee
Huge Meatballs!
We played games and the event was not complete without the goody bags! Here's what I brought home:
and a had new friends! lol

So everyone, before you go, say Prune!


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