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L'EGERE on board Star Cruise Virgo

I was elated to be invited to "Get flawless with Kevin 老师"on board SuperStar Cruise Virgo on last Friday; a collaboration and great event made possible by L'egere, Star Cruises and M.O.S.S.

The talk & makeup demo lasted for about 2 hours, where Kevin talked about the product range from L'egere. There were a few products that caught my attention, currently checking with my agent if I can get them directly from overseas as it's slightly cheaper there :p If I managed to get them, I will do a separate post with reviews of the products!

One of the things I learnt from the talk is the steps to achieving flawless skin. It is pretty simple and I've heard of them before; here it is:
1. Cleanse
2. Moisturize
3. Sun Screen

It is important to cleanse your face with a suitable cleanser twice a day, once in the day and once at night; best to follow it with a toner to clean off any excess dirt which the cleanser didn't and prep your face for the moisturiser. One last step which is usually the most important and people usually miss this step, like I did in the past; that is to apply sun screen/block in the day. Even if there's no sun as there will still be harmful UV rays!

After the talk, we were directed to level 12 for high tea buffet and I must say I'm impressed. Though there weren't much choices, the food were well presented and tasted good. Desserts were the only one untouched when O and I got there so we took a picture of them!

I missed Star Cruise Virgo so much! I used to board this cruise with my family and it was fun exploring the ship with my baby sister :) So after the meal, I decided to go to the various parts of the ship to take some pictures! We managed to grab an ice cream in the process of doing so :p

We had a time limit on board so before we left; we chilled on level 12 and took some shots in the process: Typical 四连拍^^ That's all for this post! By the way, here's my outfit of the day:
Black Maxi Dress - Taobao (Love shopping on Taobao!!!)
Crochet Vest - Cotton On
Black Boots - Whatisdope
Brown Bag - Skyblue

Ending with my favourite picture:
For once I think I actually look pretty. LOL.


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