Fashion Show by Ala Sang Ratu Resources

kami sedang mencari talent wanita untuk corporate event yang akan di kendalikan x lama lagi.. susah juga rupanya nak dapat designer.. huwaa.. anyone interested to participate untuk event ni boleh contact Kak Liza secepat mungkin ye.. 012.696.7913.. coverage dari Media pun ada..

nak jadi talent untuk fashion show ni pun boleh.. kami mencari hanya 10 orang model wanita yg mempunyai:

  • ketinggian 160cm ke atas, 
  • berpewatakan menarik 
  • serta boleh ber'CATWALK'. 

email comm card anda or detail peribadi anda termasuk gambar potrait & gambar penuh.. to

On Air di Astro Part 3

Makeup for Isshabella by Liza Badarudin
Hairdo: MKAJ & E-go Saloon KL Sentral
TV Program: Astro On Air

On Air di Astro Part 2

Makeup for Dahlia by Liza Badarudin
Hairdo by MKAJ & E-go Saloon KL Sentral
TV Program: Astro On Air

On Air di Astro Part 1

Makeup for Che Kamarul  by Liza Badarudin.
Hairdo by MKAJ & E-Go Saloon KL Sentral

Hairdo for Fashion Show Part 3

Hairdo by Liza Badarudin

Makeup & Hairdo for Fashion Show Part 2

Talent: Cici Mustafa
Makeup & Hairdo: Liza Badarudin
Event: Fashion Show.. Collection by New Designer

Makeup & Hairdo for Fashion Show

Talent: Wanie Wag
Makeup & Hairdo: Liza Badarudin
Event: Fashion Show.. Collection by New Designer.

English & Chinese Wedding Photoshoot

Aisyah Baharuddin

English Wedding

Makeup & Hairdo: 
Liza Badarudin

How important beauty and makeup on your wedding?

You understand how important beauty and makeup is on your wedding day and you want to be confident you will look fabulous in person as well as in pictures so you need to find a high-quality makeup artist. With so many makeup artist websites out there how do you start sorting through the good ones from the bad ones? Below are the top steps in choosing the best bridal makeup artist for your wedding day. 

1. Decide if you wish to have your bridal makeup done in your home/venue or if you want to go to a salon/mall on your wedding day. If you like the convenience of having someone come to you directly on your wedding day then seek out makeup artists that are freelance and mobile in your area.

2. Decide if you want both your wedding day makeup and hair arranged at the same location. If this is a requirement for you then conduct a web search for makeup artists and hair stylists in your area. Many bridal makeup artists also provide hair styling and can accommodate this type of request.

3. Ask around and get referrals. Ask your friends, family, coworkers and hair dresser if they can recommend a good makeup artist and if possible, look at the makeup artist’s portfolio to see if you like the artist’s work yourself! If you're having your wedding planned by a wedding planner, ask if they have any makeup artist suggestions, because they should have at least one.

4. Review several makeup artist websites from your chosen area. Look at their portfolio of work and decide if their style of makeup is similar to your own. When looking over the images, check for things such as skin tone matching, attention to detail and if they include any current bridal makeup trend pictures in their portfolio of work. The portfolio is everything, and don't try to ignore what you don't like.

5. Create a list or bookmark your favourite bridal makeup artists, including the ones who have been recommended. Contact them and ask around!

6. Contact the makeup artists from your list and choose the one you like best. A top makeup artist should demonstrate an open and friendly manner on the phone. Be sure you have a calm and confident feeling when you’re speaking with them. If they exude a calm and natural manner over the phone they will likely be this way in person and will keep you calm on your wedding day.

7. Make an appointment for a bride makeup trial with your favourite makeup artist and be specific on how you would like to look on your big day. Collect clippings from magazines to show the makeup artist what your preferred style is and be sure they listen to what you really want. If you aren't that sure, ask if your makeup can be done in front of a mirror, or if you can have a break every minute or so. Check in the mirror when doing this.

8. Once your makeup trial is complete, the makeup artist should ask you if you’re happy with the results. If you are not, they should re-do the look until you are satisfied. Book them immediately if you’re happy with your results as very good makeup artists are often booked months in advance. If you are not happy with your results, go back to your trusty list and start again.

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di sebabkan keboringan di office since Project masih di peringkat permulaan ada masanya sangat2 la free.. nak2 bila Big Boss bersite visit or travel oversea.. Pure Blogger ni juga bakal mengubat rindu pada Facebook yg telah di block oleh company P ni..

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Liza Badarudin
The Makeup Artist

Prep & Prime

"A firm foundation is necessary for any building, institution, or individual to endure."
-- Elder Russell M. Nelson 

Primers are essential to creating the perfect foundation for long-lasting makeup, creating a flawless and smooth canvas before applying your makeup. I recently picked up 3 MAC Prep + Prime primers: Face primer (base), Line Filler, and Skin Refined Zone Treatment. The tubes on the Skin Refined Zone Treatment and Line Filler are smaller in person, however a little goes a long way so it should last you a relatively long time. These are also officially part of the PERMANENT LINE in the MAC's Prep + Prime family, so there is no need to rush to nab one as they are definitely here to stay! (I did NOT buy the Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder, I bought the MAC PRO Transparent (invisible) setting powder. The difference? The Prep + Prime one is of a finer grade, meaning the powder itself is more finely milled for a more "soft focus" type look). I will do a review on the PRO powder I bought soon.

In this post I will talk in depth about each of these primers and its uses, as well as how you can make the most out of them to achieve the perfect look. 

The Prep + Prime Skin Refined Zone Treatment is described as "A light, oil-free emulsion that helps cloak visible pores while controlling oil and shine. Applies "wet" for a gentle micro-exfoliation: dries instantly to create an invisible, long-lasting natural matte finish. Ideal for the T-zone."

Overall: 4 out of 5 stars

Translation: You apply this OVER your moisturizer (let it dry in between), it's supposed to help minimize the look of pores as well as controlling oily areas of the face by absorbing the oils and giving you a shine-free face such as your t-zone area. The consistency is similar to that of a moisturizer except it feels more "thin" rather than thick, when applied to the face (like you would apply your moisturizer), it dries quickly to a nice matte, soft powder-like finish (and feel).

Overall: I like this prep + primet, it actually keeps me less-shiny than normal, and I love how I can use this on light or no makeup days to help me achieve a more natural look without looking like an oil slick later on in the day. However I don't feel like it's a "must-have". A good face primer or a mineral transparent powder such as Purely Cosmetics' Oil Absorb or Silk Primer are awesome alternative choices for oil control throughout the day. 

MAC Prep + Prime Line Filler, described as "A primer used post-foundation, pre-makeup to camouflage, soften and relax expression lines and wrinkles. Applies as a dense cream: dries to a transparent, smooth, natural matte finish. With ongoing use, clinically proven to help rejuvenate your look."

Overall: 5 out of 5

Translation: It's basically a primer for wrinkles, fine lines (such as under the eye, crows feet, frown lines around the mouth, etc) and invisibly "fills" these lines thus creating a smooth barrier for easier makeup application as well as minimizing the look of these lines by making them softer. In my Makeup Application Steps Post, I used the line filler under my eyes where I have a couple of lines (apply like you would an eye cream, pat or swipe a little dot), then apply your concealer > foundation for a flawless finish. As you notice in a few of the pictures from that post, my under eye looked really smooth and flawless after applying the Sonia Kushuk loose powder on top of the concealer, but it was the line filler that helped create the smooth canvas to begin with as well as keeping that delicate area moisturized.

Overall: This is a "must-have" for me, I love using it under my eye so that my concealer and powder goes over it smoothly. Consistency wise it's thicker than the Skin Refined Zone Treatment and when dry, your skin feels smooth like a face primer with that powder-like feel.

The good 'ol Prep + Prime Skin, this has been around for awhile, and I like it A LOT better than the Prep + Prime Face Protect with SPF50 because it feels more like a primer, and less like a moisturizer which I love. It is described as "An ultra-fluid lotion formulated with special-effect silicones. Calms and soothes the skin, blots away excess oil, and evens out skin redness. Improves the laydown and application of foundation or powder."

 5 out of 5

 A basic face primer for the face, to be applied AFTER your moisturizer and BEFORE foundation application. It creates a smooth surface on your face so that your foundation goes on flawlessly without any blotches or uneven tones or color. 

 This is one of the best primers I have used so far, it hasn't caused my skin to react in a crazy way, smells good, and is a lot cheaper than other primers I have tried. The best part is that it actually does its job. The primer itself is pure white and has an iridescent pearl-like shimmer or sheen to it, but does not show on your face, it's just completely a pure cream that dries to a matte finish.  

Makeup for Fashionista Baby Kiko

Makeup session for Fesyenista Manja Baby Kiko @ Astro Bukit Jalil. Tema minggu ini Hip Hop. Artis jemputan nya adalah The Altimet. Selalu dengar suara je kat Radio kan.. tp kali ni jumpa dgn orang nya terus. Very nice guy.

Touch up for Altimet
Makeup session done.. picture time.. mujur dia x suruh nyanyi lagu .. hehehe..

Kami juga ambil kesempatan tahan Kak Sharifah Shahirah untuk bergambar.. walaupun dia tengah penat.. di layankan juga.. peminat la katakan... Kak Sharifah Shahirah ni sangat baik & sporting.

Kak Sharifah Shahirah yg gorgeous..
With leader makeup artist Ellis Suzanis

with my sister Wanie Aminuddin (Makeup Artist)
Overall sangat happy bergebang di bilik Makeup. Sharing some info, makeup technique, product knowledge, experience during makeup and
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