Monday, December 24, 2012

Koji Dolly Wink Tea Party Isetan


2 days ago, I went for the Koji Dolly Wink Tea Party at Isetan, KLCC. It's a make up workshop held at Gino Caffe. Cosy place that one. 

This will go down in history being MY VERY FIRST MAKE UP EVENT.

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In case you didn't know, Dolly Wink is a renowned Japanese make up brand known for their falsies.

This is a workshop with limited seating, on a first come first serve basis with RM60 per participant.

I think all together there were about 15 to 16 seats. And I got the last one. 

Lucky bugger.


Pic from Dolly Wink's FB page.

Look at those. Just look at those babies.


Lemonade served during the start event to like um... hydrate our esophagus. Sarcasm aside, it was very thoughtful of them :)


Before starting, the participants were paired up. I was paired with Li Ying. I thought she was... quite hot. Lol. She's only 18! o.0

This was at the beginning so we were strangers to each other. That is Li Ying acting like her S3 is the most interesting thing in the world. Well, it is. Sorta. 

I'm the one in yellow. In case you did not notice.

But then we warmed up and hit off pretty well after that :)

Pic from Dolly Wink's FB page.

Some girls went with full make up, some a bit a bit, some tarak make up.

I came with a bare face because it IS a make up workshop. 


Yes, that's a live presentation right there.


And then these are the eye shadows provided. The above 2 are the new eye shadows. The lower 2 are the older ones. But both were similar in texture and color intensity... I think.

Swatch of the top most eyeshadow on Li Ying's hand.

I like this set of swatches! Natural yet subtly glittery.

Swatch of the second eye shadow on moi hand. 

This is set contains the more common brown hues.

I HAD A LOT OF FUN PLAYING WITH MAKE UP! And Li Ying and I were talking a bit too much until the speaker noticed that we were not paying attention. 

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ANYWAY!

Pic from Dolly Wink's FB page.

Participants doing their thang~

And because I no make up on, one of the many nice assistants there applied make up base and BB cream for me. AND also trimmed my eyebrows. Pro weh~

I think this is the first time I am satisfied with how my eyebrows turned out. I remember the first time someone trimmed my eyebrows, it turned out... ghastly. 


I tried on falsies in 11 Pure Sweet. This one is considered to be in the "natural-looking" range of Dolly Wink falsies. But when on me, it made a hell of a difference. In a good way lah. One of the assistants told me that because of the shape of my eye, I only need natural-looking falsies. 

Anything more dolly and I'll look like Chucky.



The make up more pronounced in real life. I love DW falsies! So soft I didn't really feel like I had anything on.


Li Ying and I with our Dolly Wink looks.


Ok. Enough.

And then at the end, we had desserts! One of my favorite parts. Oh yeah.

I liked the cheese tarts.

Group photo. The girl in the white top with long hair is freaking pretty. Kept staring at her.


And see that Koji goodie bag I'm holding? In there are Dolly Wink products worth RM250 - falsies, BB cream, eyeshadow, pink polka dot make up bag etc.

And I left it in Sunway Pyramid. In the toilet. I only realised it wasn't with me AFTER getting back to my friend's place. Like at 10++pm. So we frantically called up at cab, rushed back to Sunway Pyramid and searched that toilet.

It was gone. I am a sad case..

Haih... what to do. No use crying over spilled milk.

Never mind, better things will come to me in the future :)

Whatever happened, I still enjoyed myself at the tea party. Learnt stuff, made friends AND, I still managed to salvage a pair of DW falsies I was wearing. Kekeke.

OH OH OH, and guess what? Audrey from fourfeetnine came to visit too :D

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Ok, bai.

2 comments :

  1. That was missing??omg..Dolly Wink stuffs are really expensive..0.0

    anyway, you seems to have lots of fun there!

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