Women-only social gathering to be held in Ipoh next week

The participants having fun trying on The Body Shop’s make-up at the previous years’ WEVents Beautiful Face event. — filepic

WEVents, a women-only social gathering is organising its first event in Ipoh with The Face Shop, themed “My Face, My Look” on Oct 14. The makeup workshop is to provide ladies with make-up tips and techniques based on the latest trends.

WEVents has been organising fun and social events for working women since 2010 in Klang Valley. With a strict policy of only admitting working women, WEVents events are organised entirely by volunteers on a not-for-profit basis and all sponsorships received by WEVents are in the form of door gifts to be channelled back to attendees.

“For the very first time since our inception seven years ago, we are bringing WEVents to Ipoh and we are happy to have the support of The Face Shop for this activity. Not only will attendees get to enjoy food prepared by Mustard Sandwich House, they will get a demonstration from The Face Shop’s makeup specialist on how to feel beautiful and look beautiful”, said Jeanisha Wan, the founder of WEVents who hails from Ipoh.

“This is our third make-up workshop after our events with The Body Shop and Bobbi Brown in Kuala Lumpur previously. And we can guarantee attendees will have a lot of fun as all our events are interactive, so the ladies do not only observe the demo or the speaker but they get to have a hands-on participation too”, said Wan.

For more information about the “My Face, My Look” with The Face Shop event in Ipoh and to RSVP, go to www.wevents.com.my/upcoming-event.

Seats are limited and on a first-come-first-serve basis.

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