Putting their best face forward

The five winners of the best make-up look from the DIY session with The Face Shop Malaysia’s makeup artist Micole Lee (right) and beauty artist Nurul Najeeh (left).

Wevents, a social gathering for working women, recently organised a make-up workshop with The Face Shop, themed “Feel Beautiful, Look Beautiful”.

The workshop, held at the Worq co-working space in Glo Damansara, was Wevents’ second event this year in collaboration with The Face Shop.

“We want women to not only look and feel beautiful on the outside, but also the inside.

“When applied using the right steps and techniques, make-up helps to not only accentuate their beauty but enables women to carry themselves more confidently.

“For working women, looking presentable is crucial if they are to make a good impression on people they interact with,” said Wevents founder Jeanisha Wan.

The Face Shop marketing manager Nicole Lim said: “Through this workshop, we are demonstrating how with simple, quick and step-by-step techniques, women can bring out their best features with make-up.

Some of the attendees showing their newly made up faces after the DIY make-up session

Some of the attendees showing their newly made up faces after the DIY make-up session

“As our products bring together science and the perfection of nature, women can rest assured that what they apply on their face is made with the finest natural ingredients to enhance their natural beauty.”

To make the workshop more interactive, attendees were given a challenge of immediately applying what they had learnt through a DIY make-up session.

The Face Shop trainers and staff also went around to offer guidance to participants.

The workshop culminated with a prize-giving session where five winners with the best make-up looks were selected by The Face Shop’s trainers from the 50 participants.

The winners were rewarded with prizes worth RM138 each while some attendees won additional lucky draw items.

“I am so glad I came to this workshop as it is both eye-opening and fun.

“We not only learned about the different steps and techniques of applying make-up but I also had the opportunity to meet and make new friends in a very casual and relaxed environment,” said Cheng Wei Fong, a university lecturer.

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