Bifesta Bloggers Party

Published November 7, 2011 by ireneyksoh

Thanks to Mikki from SgFreebee for inviting me to the Bifesta Bloggers Party held at Mandom Office located at Great World City. I truly had a great time there.

The party was divided into 3 segments, being Ladies Styling, Cleansing (Makeup Remover) and Makeup Demonstration.

Talking about ladies styling, one would definitely think of this brand named Lucido-L. I’m sure most of you here would have heard of their name and have tried at least one of their wonderful products before. I have quite a number of their hair wax and hair sprays at home., and I’m totally sold by it too. It’s one of the few permanent products in my monthly shopping list.


Lucido-L had recently introduced 2 new members to their big family of haircare products- Hair Oil ( For Straight Hair) and Hair Oil ( For Permed Hair). And both of them contains CMC.

What exactly is CMC?

CMC is the short term for Cell Membrane Complex that exists among cuticles and cortex. It act as a bond between Cuticles and Cortex, supporting the inside of the hair to keep it moist and manageable from roots to the tips.

Without which, Cuticles and Cortex Cells will break away, resulting in dry and fuzzy hair. That is not something that anyone would look forward to.

Type Of Oil & Its Functions

Each of the two hair oil contains different presciptions, specially tailor-made to suit individual hair types and need.

Hair Manageable Memory oil, or Control Oil Prescription found in Hair Oil (For Straight Hair). The slightly dense hair oil tames spreading hair ends, resulting in more smooth and manageable hair.

Soft Memory Oil, or Mild Oil Prescription, found in Hair Oil ( For Permed Hair), enables hair to have a soft and light finish without drooping waves. due to its light oil density.

Next up was about Cleansing (Makeup Remover). The Brand name Bifesta may seems foreign to you now. But wait til you see the next picture.

It is actually the good old Cleansing Express. They had recently undergo a makeover, and rebrand itself as BiFesta in Oct this year.

The word BiFesta is a combination of two japanese words, with ‘BI’ meaning Beautiful and ‘Festa’ meaning Festival. And ‘BiFesta’ meaning Celebrate Beauty is thus formed. So true to its name, isn’t it?

Despite having a change in branding and in looks, the product DNA remains unchanged. It uses powerful water base technology, which contains moisturising properties from beauty lotions that are able to capture makeup and impurities and lift them from your skin.

It’s main component- New! Plus-ion Hyaluronic Acid Structure, plays another important role too. It helps retain moisture on skin even after washing off.

With a total of 7 different types for individual needs, there is bound to be one that suits you.

And finally, makeup demonstration. Two renowned makeup artist, Miss Sayuri Igarashi and Miss Sayaka Kondo were specially invited from Japan to demonstrate some simple ways of using the Kiss Me Heroine Make series.

I was too engrossed watching the demonstration and totally forgot about taking some pictures. But I can assure you, the results is stunning. The lovely sisters I met there look even more dashing after the touchup.

All guest were then treated to a sumptuous tea break. There were quite a variety of foods available but my eye were kinda set on the desserts. Guess my sweet tooth got the better of me.

 

The generous goodie bag given at the end of the party.I’ll be sharing some products with my friends here too. Do stay tune.

It’s FreeBie Time!

Wanna redeem a 30ml Cleansing Lotion Sebum ? It just take you 3 simple steps and a password from me.

01. Like BiFesta Facebook Page

02. Click on the Free Sample tab. Or simply click HERE.

03. Filled in your particulars and remember to quote ‘Ireneyksoh‘ in the password column.

And you’re done. Very simple, isn’t it?

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