Aug 2, 2011

Glambox Airbrush Workshop Trendy Karen Report

As mentioned before, I've won the Glambox Airbrush Cosmetics contest last, last week. That's the reason I was invited to attend the first ever Glambox Airbrush Workshop last Saturday with Nikki ( and Sophie ( as fabulous instructors. I'm so happy to receive a fashion magazine and key chain holder as welcome gifts.

fashion magazine and key chain holder

Since I was so busy listening to the instructors, I forgot to take photos of the snacks to complete this report. However, I really enjoyed what they served that fun-filled afternoon. Here's the Glambox Airbrush Cosmetics products.

the compressor and airbrush gun

bottles of foundation, cheek color and thinner/cleaner

Things I've Learned. There are so many things that I've learned while attending the event. First, the Glambox Airbrush kit is easy to use and delivers professional looking results. But, there's a need to clean the airbrush gun and its accessories before and after using different make-up products. Basically, you just need to use circular motion in applying the make-up, except contouring the face. The compressor is composed of three pressure mode: light (for the sensitive areas like eyes), medium (for the face) and heavy (for the body, when necessary). After applying make-up, there's a need to allow it to dry and set to have a full effect. Here's a photo of the workshop proper.

Thank you so much, Glambox Airbrush Cosmetics, Askmewhats and Beautynomics for that wonderful Saturday afternoon. The Glambox Airbrush Workshop was a success! Now, I'm already aware of the basics of airbrush make-up techniques. For more details of the product, log on to Glambox or visit The Suesh Showroom and Studio at Greenhills. Cheers!

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