Hello Sweeties! As promised here's the blog post about the Son & Park Make Up Workshop that I attended few days ago. It was a happy workshop session with Sasa team and 3 other bloggers. I'm super excited for this because we actually went there with a bare face and the team actually want us to experience the product and do our own makeup during the workshop. Oh well, from the photo I took above I think I have done very well. lol
Actually I'm not that kind of person who will takes 2 hours to do my daily makeup lol. I always prefer something easier and not complicated! So this time I'm really excited about it because they are going to show us on how to achieve the simply perfect make up look with this famous Son & Park brand all the way from Korea. As you are probably aware, the phenomenon for achieving a "dewy make up look" that is globally popular today originated from South Korea.
What is unbeknownst to some, is how it was pioneered and widely popularized by make up duo Son Dae-Sik and Park Tae-Yun. The two high school friends who shared a love for make up and skincare spent most of their lives honing their craft in beauty, before achieving their status today as the #1 Make Up Artists in South Korea. Their current clientele boasts the likes of leading actresses and actors in the country, and it was only in due time before their expertise is shared with the rest of their world via their line, aptly it called Son&Park.
Son & Park | The Duo Makeup Artist Brand in Korea
If you realised that most of their product was multi-usage and can be use in many ways. I love the whole concept of simply perfect. The whole workshop is quite simple and even I'm not a make up pro I still can achieve that kind of Korean girl look. It's not complicated at all and I really love how they bring in the concept of 1 product = 3 ways of using it!
So are you ready for the workshop now? Let's get started!
Few main products that use to create the day and a night look.
One of the activity and highlight during the workshop was, a step-by-step demo in front of us and also after looking at it, we need to apply it on our face. It means all of us have to try and test the product and not just taking photo but to try it yourself! Quite interesting right!!