Can 2014 be any more awesome? Another Japanese brand has arrived in the Philippines!
Heroine Make might already sound/look familiar if you frequent beauty stores in other Asian countries. It’s hard to miss the packaging because of their model – a unique “shoujo” character with big eyes and blonde hair. Apparently, this girl has a name! I didn’t know until I dropped by the launch last August.
Say hello to Princess Himeko! Isn’t she the cutest?
Mandom Philippines President Mitsuoka Hiroyuki opened the event by telling everyone that we can also be leading ladies like Princess Himeko, if we use Heroine Make products.
Sales and Marketing General Manager Ohashi Hirotsugu. I was able to talk to him before the program started, and he kept on thanking me for supporting Japanese products.
Huu, if it were only possible, I’d thank him everyday for sharing these wonderful Japanese products to us in the first place!
Host Joyce Pring.
Heroine Make’s Make-up Artist and Beauty Counselor Igarashi Sayuri did a quick demo on how to use their products.
I loved her demonstration! She was so animated, and you could really tell that she believes in Heroine Make’s magic. We were all shocked when she told us her age! Japanese aging level: time-defying!
Simple eyeliner for day time, and heavier eye make-up for night time.
Sat with my Candy girls, Stephie and Erin.
A Japan-related event won’t be complete with Ms. Kawaii in Manila herself – Kaila!
With KawaiiPH girls Anne and Kaila.
Japanese beauty lovers unite! <3
Thanks Heroine Make and Mandom Philippines for inviting me to this intimate event at Makati Shang! I always buy Heroine Make whenever I’m in Japan, so I’m glad more people can appreciate it now that it’s here.
My recommended items: Long & Curl Mascara (P595) and Smooth Liquid Eyeliner (P595). Really makes your eyes look like Princess Himeko’s, lol. The power of Japanese make-up!
To know more about Heroine Make, visit their Facebook. For inquiries and requests, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org