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The Ultimate Guide to Being a Benefit Babe

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Benefit and Mommievents has teamed up to set up The Ultimate Guide to Being a Benefit Babe workshop which showcased how to do brows and make up just like a Certified Benebabe. This took place in the charming Benefit boutique at Alabang Town Center on April 29, 2017.





   Photo from Mommievents

Participants witnessed make up techniques and tips from the workshop instructor: Jedd Entilla, Benefit Makeup & Brow Expert. Since it's a Benefit workshop, the participants got their hands on Benefit products which was everyone's favorite part.





There were snacks and refreshments. There were loot bags that have Benefit giveaways.




The workshop started with introductions by Desha Buen, Benefit Assistant Expert and Camille Manalo from Mommievents. The participants were grouped together to gear up for the workshop's agenda. There were two groups: Marshmallow Mamas and Glam Girls. They had a short group introduction by making a cheer presentation before they started with their first activity. There was also a warm-up game of make-up themed charade. This definitely got the ladies revved up for some fun competition. 

   Team Glam Mamas

   Team Marshmallow Mamas

Both teams in action for the make-up themed charade

The first activity was to have the participants "glamorize" their Bene Babe sheets using Benefit products. The participant with the most fabulous make up  masterpiece got a prize and it was announced at the end of the workshop.

 Busy bees' goal: to win the most glammed up Bene babe look


   Participants gleefully tried Benefit products and applied what they have learned from the workshop




The workshop showcased putting on full make up from brows to lips. Event ambassador, Franchesca Lagua (you know her as one of the Asia's Next Top Model contenders in season 3) graced the event with her chic presence in a pastel romper number and in fabulous heels. She was also with her ramp/commercial/Philippine Fashion Week model friend, Shanna Retuya who is equally a make-up junkie and a Benefit fan. Chesca gave some advice on make up and revealed how much she loves make-up like most participants are. She happily obliged to taking selfies with everyone in the event and was very easy to chat with. Check out what Chesca dished with me on our quick chat here

Photo from Mommievents

 Team Benefit with Franchesca Lagua and her fellow model friend, Shanna Retuya



Franchesca Lagua and her good friend, Camille Manalo from Mommievents

This workshop had a light, intimate flair which made the participants feel relaxed and brought home beneficial make up tips and tricks... and of course, they can't wait to try their Benefit goodies!

 From L-R: me, Camille Manalo from Mommievents, Jedd Entilla Benefit Expert, and Pattie Espanillo from Mommievents

   Took a break from my Blogger duties (naks!) and tried several Benefit products - I'm wearing just one brand on my face BENEFIT! 💚💛💜💙

  With the participants, models, Mommievents & Benefit experts

Mandatory selfie with the Benefit experts - I will visit you, ladies, soon for a brow consultation!

  Benefit Expert, Desha Buen (center), with the participants

My #atm #selfie

 From L-R: Jedd Estanilla (Benefit), Pattie Espanillo (Mommievents), Francesca Lagua, Camille Manalo (Mommievents), Desha Buen (Benefit)

Result of the workshop

        Benefit workshop instructor, Jedd, in action


Media coverage:
Camille Manalo from Mommievents
Joey Alboleras
Rebecca Lee, Senior Editor from WhenInManila





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