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The Make Up For Ever La Boheme Event last January 28 was a success. The company invited makeup artists and some of the beauty bloggers, including me hehe, to witness the La Boheme launch. There were quite a lot of people who came but it wasn`t too crowded either. I have to say I like it that way, that it became serene & exclusive for those who came.
The event was started by a short video on how the current collection was created. If I remember correctly, Dany Sanz, the founder of Make Up For Ever, wanted to reinvent the style of the ladies during the 70`s. But she also wanted to make it modern and have more freedom which explains why the eyeshadow palette is in a baked formula and not to mention it is in fun pearly colors which you can utilize from day to night.
Yuki Geraldo, the makeup artist from MUFE, likes to put it damp with the Mist & Fix Spray in order to have more color vibrance. Now, not only is the eyeshadow palette just an eyeshadow! Yuki added some glow to the model`s face by using the lightest color and sweeping it on the cheekbones. And instead of the usual black liner, Lagoon Green along with Aqua Eyes in a gorgeous matte black-brown surrounded the eyes.
Here`s a little preview of the collection. Lucky me! I got the palette from Make Up For Ever and a rouge artist lipstick to keep. I can`t wait to have a review about it. Can you wait until my next video? I am so excited that I knew I had to include the palette on my makeup tutorials on YouTube!
A big big thanks to Ms. Sarah Ambrocio from Make Up For Ever for the kit! You may visit their store at B8 Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig or at Shangri-La Mall.