Daily Make Up Shades

We've already posted the evening look, now it's time for daily make up shades. The key to a good look is to keep every color shades as natural as your skin tone, ok so here goes.

Wardah Liquid Foundation
(photo. 1) gives the perfect matt tone for our skin. Perfect for daily use since it is light on the skin so it wont make your skin tired. Hanna has a dry skin so it will be better to apply sunscreen or moisturizer before applying foundation. We both wear light beige that suit best to our skin color.

Wardah Lightening Two Way Cake (photo. 2) perfect for our skin and prevent the naughty black spot. It also contain Licorice extract and UV protection, so we don't need to worry about our outdoor activities, but we do hope they made the sponge surface smoother.

Wardah Eye Liner Pencil (photo. 3) draws eyes with loads of black, drawing the corner out as far as you dare by only one line. Perfect to get a smoky effect. Use gently for day use and strong line for night use.

Wardah Eye Shadow (photo. 4 & 5) come out with three different colors so we can blend the colors properly. Neutral colors like champagnes, taupes and chocolate browns are best colors for daily use. Another option for more yellowish based browns and beige tones. The color stays on for hours and we didnt have trouble reapplying because only a little dash and the highlighting effect will take effect immediately on our lids. We apply darker brown shade to colour the outer lids and lighter color for inside lids in order to get bigger and strong eyes.

Hanna is using eyeshadow code A while Fifi is wearing eyeshadow code B. Which one suit you? Dont worry Wardah has 14 different color and it still come out with three color in a pack. Nice! Oh and also the eye shadow is quite long lasting.

In an attempt to make our wimpy lashes look thicker longer and more voluminous, Wardah Long Lash Curling Mascara (photo. 7) is our solutions. It can improve the appearance of eyes, brighter and more noticeable.

Blush on can be a beauty secret weapon for ever women. Therefor, Wardah Blush On (photo. 6) number C is our weapon for our daily make up. Natural looking color, we are not afraid of "Miss Jengkelin" looking a like. The brush so cute and small pretty handy to carry. However Fifi prefered to brush her checks with wider brush so she prefer to use her own brush.

In order to give greater shine for our lips our choice goes to Wardah Exclusive Lipstick (photo. 9) number 37 and 33. Try to mix both color using lip brush or mix it with brighter color for example Wardah number 48, this will help us distribute the color evenly and get more fresh color.

Last but not least, Wardah Wondershine (photo. 10) contain with Squalene, Jojoba oil, VItamin E, shining your lips and giving your luminous result also pampering our lips with moisture and antioxidant protection.

Well that's it, we hope you'll find this helpful, because for both of us, applying make-up is necessary for every woman, as it forms a protective screen for the skin, it also gives us personal benefits, a better look.

-Photographer : Mrs. Fifi Alvianto and Mrs. Hanna Faridl-

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Get The Look For Evening Event

After a couple of weeks using Wardah products, we came out with a brighter smile. We would definitely continue wearing the products. Let us share our stories.

How to get a beautiful elegant look for evening party or some special occasions without going to a professional makeup artist? Let's have Wardah collections makeup done. To perform a great make up for night we would like to look bold but not aggressive nor inappropriate.

After having our face clean and moisturize, we apply Wardah Liquid Foundation. A foundation that give your face brighter look yet its still light on face. Our tips to cover some fine lines we apply double so our face will look smoother.

In order to give a beautiful look at all times we apply Wardah Two Way Cake with brush or puff anything that suit your cup of tea. It contain with vitamin E and oil control that will help our face look fresh and bright. The formula absorb excess oil from your skin. From Hanna's experience she likes to use brush rather then the sponge that come with the powder, it blends with the skin better since she has a dry skin.

For night use we go for a sultry eye using chocolate bronzes, charcoal blacks, metalic emeralds, eggplant purples and deep grey. Wardah offering those color on Wardah Eye Shadow code number H, B and F. We both mixed those colors. It may look messy at first, but do not worry because we have our blending brush.

We line our bottom lash line with Wardah Eye Liner Pencil and get smudge. The pencil lines our eye perfectly, dark, bold and deep without lining it couple of times. One line and it frames our eyes like a pro.

Last touch for the eyes is double lash our eyes with Wardah Long Lash Curling Mascara after putting a fake eye lashes. Voila.. Ready to stare.

Brush on some soft pink peach brown blush from Wardah Blush On code A (Hanna) and code C (Fifi) onto the hollows of our cheeks. As we both having a round and wide cheeks, we avoid applying rights on the apples, we dont want to accentuates the roundness even more.

For our lips, we swipe Wardah Exclusive Lipstick number 26, Matte Lipstick 4 and define it with a shiny gloss from Wardah Wondershine number 3.

So there you go, an easy make up step for your evening event. Dare to wear bright colors on your eyes and accessorize your hijab scarf with a pretty headband. Remember, if you put a bright colors on make up, try to wear a natural color for scarf.

-Photographer : Mrs. Fifi Alvianto and Mrs. Hanna Faridl-
Hijab Scarf : NurZahra (Fifi)

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Congratulations Winners

We're surprised and thrilled receiving all of your gorgeous styles with a white plain shirt. Really appreciate your enthusiasm with this quiz. Everyone who has been participating in this quiz is amazing. Unfortunately we cannot win everyone here. Hope this sound fair to everyone, we can only pick 2 sisters to win our great six quiz.

They are :
Wulandari Sofwan - Influential Berry
Great photos and we like the way she mixed it with the colorful flowery harem pants, such a daring experiment for a simple white shirt.
Restu Anggraini - Helgo Bonanza
She posted lots of style and we're surprised when we saw her playing with the white shirt and turned it into a cape, so creative.

In the end, how they mix the white plain shirt into something different, edgy unusual yet it is still casual and wearable, really amazed us. So congratulations.

To the winners, email us and we will set up more surprises together.
Thank you to all sisters who has been participating the quiz.
Stay tune for more surprises.


Travelling Note

The December Issues
Once again we had the opportunity to travel together for HijabScarf.
*Coming soon.

Style Spotted : Ola's Wedding Dress

Special thanks to Ola and Fadly

Taken from Ola's Blog

The Wedding Reception
It’s time to share my wedding reception photos! ;-) I was wearing traditional outfit from Java, Indonesia, called Kebaya for the top. But for the skirt, I wore a traditional Songket from Sumatera. More story | http://bit.ly/aV6qXX

The Wedding Ceremony
I wanna share my wedding ceremony photos first, especially photos of my wedding Abaya & hijab style. Overall, I was wearing about 4 layers of hijab, hahaha, so many, isn’t it? The first or the basic hijab was made by Ardelya Scarf. It’s called Shining Shawl Basic White Silver. I love this hijab, because the fabric contains glitter in it. It makes my look more glamorous. More story | http://bit.ly/dw8OC4


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Jakarta Fashion Week 2010 : Irna La Perle

Photographer : Mrs. Fifi Alvianto

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