tuesday, february 19, 2013
Our next Makeup Workshop is coming!!

28th Feb (Thu) 2013, 11:00am - 2pm 

This Makeup workshop is designed for personal Makeup needs, it concentrates on natural looking makeup and covering everything from basic skin care to foundation, eye makeup, blusher, lip color. 

Space is limited!! Call 0812 86 785888 for resersation. 

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tuesday, september 11, 2012
3 days trip to Solo for TVC

Finished my 3 days trip to Solo with the crew for TVC - "TOL AKANGIN"

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monday, june 18, 2012
Bridal Works


Zakila's Wedding 

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tuesday, may 22, 2012
Wake-up Makeup

 Somtimes it's easier to fake a good night's sleep than to get one. 

  1. Depuff eyes - Place a cold, damp tea bag over your eyes for five to ten minutes (lie down on your back.....)  The caffeine constricts blood vessels, and the pressure helps tamp down bloat. 
  2. Consdier concealer - A yellow-toned concealer hides undereye circles ( I like Benefit Boi-ing Industrial - Strength concealer) Dab it only where the skin looks darkest. 
  3. Spend a few extra minutes on your Makeup - I like rosy blush and a sheer berry shade tapped on the lips, For the eyes, " a light, smoky look always helps you seem more awake. 

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tuesday, may 22, 2012
On set shooting for TV Commercial


On set shooting for TV Commercial - "Lemonia" Cookies Indonesia. Special Effect Makeup for Gorilla and HD Makeup for Female Talent. 

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tuesday, may 22, 2012
Meltproof Makeup for Summer

  • Be supernatural - Most tinted moisturizers and BB creams offer a summer veil of Color, plus hydration and sun protection. 
  • Stay hidden - A densely pigmented stick concealer with a slightly tacky feel (like Revlon PhotoReady Concealer) won't vanish in the heat like more emollient formulas. Dab it on dark spots with your fingertips 
  • Chose creams - Shimmer-free cream blushes (like Maybelline New york dream bouncy blush) won't steak glimmering shade (such as Shiseido Makeup Shimmering cream eye color in Mist) to brighten and define lids 
  • Line with Pencil - Liquid liners are too graphic for summer. instead, define eyes with a long-wearing pencil, like Bobbie brown long-wear eye pencil in Mahogany.
  • Ban Black eye - Reach for water-resistant mascaras, such as Maybelline New York illegal lenth fiber extensions, and humidity beautifully and don't require oily removers 
  • Tint your lips - Trade heavy lipstick for bright stains (like CoverGirl Outlast lipstain) or tinted balms, such as Laura Mercier Hydratint SPF 15.

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monday, may 21, 2012
Beauty 101 - Bronzer

Bronzer is one of the most beloved - and most abused - products. Here's how to do it justice. 

  • Choose a color that's no more than two shades darker than your skin tone. The most natural - looking bronzers mimic a real tan - golden brown without a hint of red or orange. Look for soft, neutral shades with the subtlest light-reflective particels. 
  • Pressed powders create the most authentic effect. Two that wok on most skin tones: Guerlain Terracotta Light Sheer bronzing powder in Blonde and Shiseido Makeup Bronzer in Light 
  • Avoid shimmer. A real tan doesn't sparle; a face one shouldn't, either. Plus, Shimmer can make skin look oily. 
  • Apply judiciously. Swirl a medium-size blush over the bronzer and tap it onto a tissue before applying to avoid an overdose, with a light hand, brush the bronzer where the sun typically hits your face: the temples, the bridge of the nose, the jawline and the tip of your chin. 
  • Keep the rest of your makeup soft and warm: sheer rose or apricot shades for lips and cheeks, shimmery gold or bronze eye shadows, and black or brown mascara. 



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saturday, march 31, 2012
Troubleshooting guide for skin imperfections

Some skin imperfecitons call for more targeted coverage. Hide them like a pro with these easy tips.

WRINKLE:  A foundation that's creamy and moisturing won't settle into fine lines and wrinkles, but use it sparingly - the more you add, the more pronounced they will look. I like Revlon Age defying Cream Makeup.

ACNE: With a stiff brush, apple concealer to each blemish, top that with a highly pigmented, oil-free foundation. Then dust powder over the breakouts- this sets your makeup and keeps it from changing colour, which can occur on very oily skin. 

ROSACEA: Neutralize the redness with a yellow-based foundation, such as Clinique Redness Solutions Makeup. Smooth it over discoloration with your fingers, then blur the edges with a damp Makeup sponge. 






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wednesday, march 28, 2012
3 Ways to look younger and brighter with Makeup

"Be a nudist on your mouth"

It's sad fact that as we age, our lips get smaller, especially the upper lip. The best approach is to stick to shades that enhance your natural lip tone, rather than bringing attenion to the area. Look for something between your natural lip color and a berry shade. That wil just boost your natural tone, also go for a stain instead of a creamy lipstick to prevent the color from bleeding. Then top it off with a clear gloss or balm to keep lips looking full and hydrated - Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain + Balm is an ideal choice. 

"Try Highlighter" 

Dab a very sheer formula just on the cheekbones, not on the brow bones, the apples of the cheeks, or the lips. "It prevents the flat-face look and it adds a very subtle, youthful, and pretty dimension to your features. 

"Sharpen your brown eyeliner" 

Deep brown eyeliner has the impact of black but looks less obvious. It gives you all the intensity but in a more sophisticated, subtle way. 





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saturday, august 14, 2010
New Addition

 Hi Everyone, 

I'm starting this blog as a personal journal of my life as a Makeup Artist. I will post updates as to my progress in this ever so large industry. I invite all who visit this site to leave a comment, whether it is about the site, a service or consultation, please write what you feel. Thank you. 

Debbie Lok, MUA 


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