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All things beauty and then some. Andrea Claire has been a hairstylist and makeup artist for 23 years now. A Canadian based in Singapore since 2007, she has appeared on Asia's Next Top Model, Yahoo Asia, Canadian Idol, So Chic and more.

#H2BAR || Ginger Gala Gorgeousness!

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By Andrea Claire · December 7, 2014 · 0 Comments ·


Actress Amy Adams arrives on the red carpet for the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, January 18, 2014 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

I'm pretty sure that all of us gingers across the globe stood a bit taller, proud as a peacock as one of our own, Amy Adams graced the Red Carpet for the SAG Awards in this top-to-toe breathtaking look. 

Premiere Of Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" - Red Carpet

I always encourage bridal or gala clients to peruse Red Carpet images for inspiration.

Read my latest on How To Be A Redhead for all y'alll gingers to get holiday gala ready!  

Mamma Mia: Zoie has been excited since the day we parted!

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By Andrea Claire · December 4, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

Last week Zoie and I were invited to a backstage tour and dance class on stage at the Marina Bay Sands Grand Theatre with the Mamma Mia choreographer! I found this lovely snippet on InSingTV.and you can see #stuffZoiesays and I with our sweet new moves. 

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Zoie has been so excited that every day she talks about Mamma Mia (which BTW, is extended to December 14!) She even came home from school yesterday telling me that at recess she was teaching her friends the dance she learned! CUTE! Oh to be a monkey on that wall! (we have monkeys in Singapore - not as small as a fly on the wall though)

Ok. So... maybe I'm a little excited too! Thanks to the Mamma Mia stage manager for grabbing my camera! 

Zoie's been bugging me on when are we going... Well, a huge smooch and a thank you to Base Entertainment Asia, we're going this Friday!

I saw Mamma Mia, the Canadian production years ago in Toronto. One of my neighbours, whose hair I cut at the time, happened to be in the show and invited me - he gave me a front row centre* ticket. The dancing was dynamo, the choreography was brilliant, and I'm not sure if the production here in Singapore does the same routines - but there were lots of back-flips, backhand springs, and truly loads of human dance trickery going on.

(*Might I suggest that you do NOT pick the first couple of rows of seating. One reason is that you truly don't get a perspective because you're so close, you get whiplash from cranking your neck back and if there's lots of dancing in the production, you get covered in sweat (not yours)! Ew! So... front row isn't the best seats in the house!)

Seriously, my kids have the best life. When I was the lead L'Oreal Paris hairstylist for Canadian Idol my girls got to come backstage all the time. Also during that time of my single-mother life, (often my babysitters would flake out) I had a rock band come to my house to get ready for a concert and while I was dolling up Andrea Wasse my kids were colouring with the rest of the band! Where was Instagram then! Rockstars are adorable

(Gn)awesome with Gnossem this holiday season

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By Andrea Claire · December 3, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

*Turn your volume down before hitting play so you don't hate me... music by HOLE. (click the post title again if the video doesn't appear)

Here's a little teaser that I shot with my Canon 600D with the lighting help of Tomas, Gnossem's resident photographer. I'm trying to make use & practice my skills from my TISCH ASIA cinematography course that I took. (Don't expect Spielberg-esque it was a fairly basic two month class.)

The rough and ready gel liner is Bobbi Brown Black Scotch from her holiday collection. I promise to update the beauty notes... I am running to my Derm Goddess and I can't be late!  

I collaborated with online shop-til-ya-drop boutique: Gnossem for this holiday editorial (watch this space). They are also having a pop-up shopping event today & tomorrow. Tomorrow, December 4th, I'll be on hand to share some beauty holiday tips with you or you can flip through my portfolios as I'll be kickin' it old school with my chic leather books. 

NEW!! Beauty contributor for How To Be A Redhead!

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By Andrea Claire · December 1, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

How to be a redhead? Pretty sure I've got THAT down-pat

Read the full article here 

The first Mrs Expat Singapore beautified by me!

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By Andrea Claire · November 22, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

(this photo was sent to me via Katrina, all other photos of Katrina are mine taken with my Canon 600D)

Congratulations to Katrina Stehle for winning the Mrs Expat Singapore crown! 

Let me share with you her beauty crown & glory by me! (yes, stretching for a tie-in; you can deal)

Always start with great skincare; it makes your makeup apply effortlessly - but you need to take care with eye creams; if they're too emollient then they may cause your makeup to slide and travel.

Dermalogica is my preferred skincare and a staple in my kit.

The eye cream to own:  Dermalogica Multivitamin Power Firm 0.5 Fl Oz $50.00 USD at Amazon.com

Whether an expat wife or a 17 year old model in my chair you can expect this luxurious moisturizer to be applied: Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream $41.00 USD at Ulta

Primers are tres importante for beauty queens. I love the NARS Light Optimizing Primer SPF 15 $34.00 USD as it helps create the lit from within, perfect skin appeal

Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup, 30mL $64.00 USD at Neiman Marcus


Armani Maestro Fusion Compact Foundation $64.00 at Barneys New York - yes, I used two Giorgio Armani foundations. Different coverages for different needs and that's all you need to know. 


For those of us Pretty in Pink, L'Oréal Visible Lift Blur Blush in Soft Pink $12.99 USD at Ulta - similar to FACEatelier's Facade, it's mousse-like application is sheer and gorgeous.  

For perfect highlighting and contouring this is a MUST. Just pause and order this now: Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow, 16g $65.00 at NET-A-PORTER.COM - question though: I haven't had the opportunity to try this on darker skin tones... anyone? Feed back? I find it's great up to level 7, but that's as far as I've gotten. (reference: level 1 is Casper level) 

I applied Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Eyeshadow Painted Purple onto Katrina's mid-lid to start, not totally obvious but it does help her eyes pop;$6.99 USD at Walgreens

I applied colours from Bobbi Brown 'Scotch on the Rocks – Warm Glow' Eyeshadow Palette (Limited Edition) $75.00 USD at Nordstrom along with a hint of tight-lining using the LWGL in Black Scotch.

on Katrina's lips I used MAC Cosmetics Private Party (satin) &?, layered with NARS Lip Gloss in Sixties Fan (not shown) $26.00 USD at Nordstrom

Ardell Natural Lash - Black 110 $3.99 USD at Ulta

Top Shop False Lash mascara - yes! I LOVE this mascara!!

I used Ardell Brow Set in Clear to add slight definition with the brows. I didn't want a 'here comes Julie's brows' look because, well, she's Katrina... and I'm not a fan of drag queen brows on women, especially when you have on false lashes - you don't want to hit the beauty point of no return as a woman! 

Our first 'do I set on a Parlux med-size barrel tong after blowing out Katrina's hair with Original Mineral's Rootalicious and bed-dazzled (tousled) it with Aveda's Pure Abundance powder (must have!!) and then held it in place with Original Mineral Original Queenie.

As I was finalizing her coiffe, some random dude came over and said 'Do this!' and started to 'scrunch' her hair. *horrified face*

No, I did NOT beat him with my hairspray can... I really can't stand when people who don't do hair do shiz like that... So, ladies (and guys) don't do that - it can actually create frizziness and squash your set. I'm not really sure what he thought he was trying to accomplish and after doing hair & makeup for 25 years, I don't need help from a random... I can't even...

Girl, you werk that updo! 

Katrina and I have very similar colouring but (I do many skintones and types cuz I'm a pro like that) I just can't pull off a red dress like she can. This updo I do'ed in 15 mins... ok, maybe 20. Pressure was on! She hadn't won yet! I left shortly after I did the 'do since I had been shooting an editorial all day before heading to Marina Bay Sands. and got a lovely text from Katrina, I bet minutes after she was crowned:

"Thanks so much for the amazing hair. makeup, support and confidence"

Clearly a confident woman but super classy and confident to express appreciation. 

:) Anytime Katrina!! It was great fun! 

Basic Bitches UNITE!

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By Andrea Claire · November 19, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

I own not one, but two pairs of UGGS. Bite me; they're comfortable.

I have a tattoo on my lower back. Bite me. It's not a 'tramp stamp'.

Not me, but the potential of being me.... Poor Jocelyn Wildenstein whom I believe fell victim to society's criticism and her own self-doubt; or maybe this was her goal? Then, if so, whom am I or you to judge? Tragically that can happen to the best of us. Shiiiiit... I just judged there. I apologize...

Really - we are damned if we do and damned if we don't.

I've had Botox twice this year. Bite me. I look pretty good. I can flex my face and you can read my facial expressions. And my face does NOT look like this when I cry so I haven't over-killed with the BasicTox.

And you know what - if I could wear heels [I have a bad hip so alas... *sad face* no heels for this basic woman] I might just wear them with yoga pants (I don't do yoga). AND I'm in fashion.... I can't tell you how annoyed I get when I see comments - (mostly coming from men who work in fashion) calling women Basic Bitches... Well - if this is you utilizing the term 'Basic Bitches' you are basically an asshole... Fair is fair in love and fashion... 

It's hard not to take things overly personally - I'm not sure why I'm cursed that way...blame it on the rain and being a Pisces. I probably just need to work that out in therapy... or just rant about it on my basic blog.

Maybe it's my red hair that gives me the feisty personality or maybe I'm just a little fed up with the dickheads of the world... I'm a Basic Redhead I guess. 

I basically blame the media which by the definition of 'basic' via The Cut " The word basic has become an increasingly expansive stand-in for "woman who fails to surprise us..." This proves the point that media is Basic too, since media fails to surprise us. 

Soccer moms fail to surprise us = Basic.

Men in fashion fail to surprise us. So for example, Karl = Basic. 

Santa Claus, never surprises us. Santa = Basic.

Condescending, egotistical assholes who call people basic never surprise us = Basic.

Basically we are all Basic Global Citizens.
WHOA... who peed in my basic Cornflakes Special K this morning?

That's some intro to tell you about my latest dermatology appointment. LOL. Thankfully my basic therapist is on speed dial.


You may or may not recall but the first time I visited my lovely dermatologist, it was this January. 

My skin has been Botoxed, Thermaged, peeled and now the latest: Sublimed and Mesoed!

Sublime is similar to Thermage but cheaper and you have to go to five sessions versus the one that Thermage can do for you.

Mesotherapy is what I really find intriguing (and you will find in the video above).

"Pioneered by the French physician Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that is widely used in Europe and elsewhere to treat various injuries and medical conditions. This medical specialty targets problem areas with microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Tiny "medicinal bullets" are delivered directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of skin) that are highly specific to the condition being treated." Mesotherapy.com

Blessed with extra face to love (I have never loved my cheeks) I know it's I'm crazy. We all have things about ourselves that we are not a fan of; my cheeks (and my lack of filter, I tell everyone about everything) is my Achilles heel. Whatever man, I see that as a benefit for you because you get to hear about all my secrets that are not so secret and jumping on the bandwagon of trial and error what to do...So far I've had no errors... well, not with my skincare... but my big mouth? Clearly...

Mesotherapy are injectables that targets under the skin delivering various injection cocktail compositions for what ails you; me = my cheeks.

How it works is the cocktail is injected into the fatty tissue of your cheeks and 7 to 10 days later it gets broken down and gets dispensed of naturally.

So here's the before (taken the day of) and after (just 2 days ago). You can check out my #faceof43 on my Instagram for more basic selfies - some loaded with makeup and some not for a collective to decide if you think you want meso or not. My before is clearly bare-faced and the after has some DaLish foundation, FACE atelier Peach Glaze Blush and some Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar highlight. That high-brow is not the result of BasicTox, it's strong facial muscles on the left side - which is my better side. (true, yet trying to make fun of myself) 

I did have warning that there could be some slight bruising everyone bruises differently. I had one tiny dot of bruising; that was it. C'est tout. You could barely see it. But now my cheeks are smaller I am thrilled with the results. It's ever so slight, but definitely worth it for those that have cheek hang ups like I have – yes, I realize the ridiculousness of it all but, so what – I'm just glad there is help for those of us with superficial hang ups. We all have a cross to bear; mine were my cheeks that I don't have no more. *snaps fingers* (Improper grammar on purpose for comedic affect - funny, non?)

Here I am in my basic elevator, in my basic Victoria's Secret shelf bra dress taking my basic bitch for a walk.

I'm basically done. 

I know... my humour is pretty basic.

Behind the seams with CLEO magazine

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By Andrea Claire · November 18, 2014 · 0 Comments ·
CLEO Singapore December issue is out and you can check out the as it happened here in the video I shot behind the seams. 

The song is by a band called Book of Love that my older sister introduced me to in the 80s. The self-titled album is a must-have that you can order off of itunes. And the lead singer, Susan Ottaviano in pure where are they now fashion? She's a food stylist in New York!! That's some kind of awesome. {loads of 80s referenced there...

As ALWAYS and forever, I prep the skin with Derrmalogica. Hands-down the BEST. 

Skin Smoothing Cream by Dermalogica (3.5 oz.)
 $66.00$49.00 USD at Amazon.com

If you don't own the above, pause, order and then continue the read... 

The fabulous foundation and highlighter are from DaLish Cosmetics and you can purchase them here via Luxola. (I introduced the two companies because awesome needs to meet awesome and I'm awesome too) 

FYI: I saw that there was a review on Luxola about the highlighter so clicked assuming it was going to RAVE. Shocked that it wasn't raving... I implore you to ignore it. The blendability is build-able and amazing; truly one of my newest additions to my kit that I use all the time... So... I'm not sure what that reviewer is doing wrongly. If she happens to stumble upon this post she should drop me a comment or DM describing her application so I can correct her method. I'm writing this and shaking my head in bewilderment. (yes, I read a thesaurus with my morning Nespresso) Perhaps she's using the doe foot applicator that it comes with? Although that shouldn't interfere with the application either but as an artist I don't apply products with the applicators that they come with as using them face-to-face would spread icky germs and contaminate my kits (models are dirty... just kidding) - so, I use my fingertips and/or synthetic brushes for applying cream textures... hope this helps!  

I used this new M·A·C 'Matchmaster' Concealer $21.00 USD available at Nordstrom. Love it! A medium, build-able coverage with no creasing, yet maintains a satin finish. Another awesome.

That is all. I can't give away all my secrets. *winky face*

Frizzy hair? Fact or fiction?

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By Andrea Claire · November 13, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

I am constantly slammed here in Singapore with keratin treatment requests from expat clients who can't deal with the humidity and what it does to their hair. Many of them go and get these rebonding/keratin/smoothing treatments elsewhere and then return to me for their regular cuts and colours. Most regret getting them done and have the complaints that match my warnings about them. 

This is my opinion of them, and yes, bear in mind I don't do them, never have - and never will:

I do not do straightening treatments nor do I support them. I don't like what they do to the hair. I've seen many clients have their colour completely stripped out, lots of breakage and/or damage plus many regret doing it because it makes the hair really flat. I have had only two clients tell me that they've actually liked the results. These women both have super, uber thick coarse hair that was transformed to being soft and chic looking.

However, in saying that - true frizzy hair is a result of using incorrect products or a lack of product. Since keratin changes the natural texture you need to consider what your hair goals are.

  1. Do you want a complete texture change to get the look that keratin and other straightening treatments give? Then do it.
  2. Is it just to fight frizz but you want your natural texture? You need frizz-fighting products then; not rebonding.

Frizzy hair caused by humidity means that you don't have enough moisture in your hair to block out the moisture in the air. Keratin seals the cuticle making it lie super flat so moisture can't get in but it also straightens the hair. Naturally straight hair has a flat cuticle which is why many women with straight hair don't have a 'frizzy' hair complaint. Think of sponges that are dry - when you add water sponges absorb what they can until you can't get them to absorb more. Hair and humidity kinda works the same way. So if you are armed with the proper moisturizing care for your hair, you can have lustrous curls or texture without the 'frizz' or just giving up and getting your hair rebonded.

 Some products to help you fight the 'frizz' battle:

Pro Naturals
has a complete hair care system based with Argan Oil which is Nature's gift for you to have amazing hair. I've been trying their Argan Oil and loving the results. My hair is not weighted down so I can style as I want and the shape remains. The bonus with argan oil is there is also UV protection which is important for protection whether the UV rays are bouncing off sand or snow. Being a veteran hairstylist I've been playing with it on clients and models with various hair types with positive feedback from them.

Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream, 150ml $49.00 USD via NET-A-PORTER.COM

Living Proof 'No Frizz' Humidity Blocking Conditioner for All Hair Types $10.00 USD via Nordstrom


Now, being a feisty redhead and stubborn anti-hairstylist hairstylist for 25 years I didn't want to just thrust upon you my rebonding opinions so I emailed my mentor and senior from my Aveda days, Ana K who is an Aveda Global Master:  

"Hi My Darling girl, I totally agree I will share my little trick to helping in the frizz..." 

If you want her trick, you'll have to reach out to Ana on Twitter and ask for it. It's a trick only us trained professionals can do. nah-nah-boo-boo

And for gosh-darrn-sakes Ladies - if you must, please at least stop buying your Groupon beauty; a $300++ rebonding service for $50 is just asking for disaster. 

Conversation starter: beauty and the creative copycat

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By Andrea Claire · November 11, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

I think it's time we had a conversation about trust. There's no wrong answer here and I hope that my colleagues, juniors and wannabes join in.

Protecting the idea... 

Now, I'm married to a lawyer so I do have some insight from my countless rants and my husband's head-shakes; but I want to hear from YOU. Yup. You. The fellow idea creator and the not-so-fellow idea steal-er. 

As many of us creative-types can agree - we have a flooding of ideas all the time. I think I have ideas more often than I pee.

Some we share, like creative herpes... maybe I should reference glitter here vs the herps...

and some ideas we hold dear and tight...

But regardless - there's a lot of flow in the garden of creative Eden.

Now with that creative flow - it needs to go somewhere... we can't bottle it up and since we left-brainers need to share and create, which is our second form of breathing - we'd explode if we don't. This is where trust and integrity should be insurmountable... alas... 

Photo by me using my Canon 600D in Sri Lanka

I personally can tell you of many ideas that I've shared and have been implemented by others where the elephant in the room is pointing to the rightful owner of the idea (me)... Trust begins to waiver... yet, not sure about the rest of you but... I have this thing called "HELP I'M TALKING AND I CAN'T SHUT UP!!" my inner voice says 'don't share this one' but I shut her down and talk... It's a curse.

Also blog posts share ideas so... why milk the cow when she just gives it away...why buy the milk...? wait... what?... (that's a saying, right??)

I wrote a blog here on me wee random blogisphere about hair that a local magazine to Singapore wrote about as well (2 months later)... now, I know that their interns frequent my blog [direct analytics shows me so] SO: a) I'm flattered (but I know my beauty shiz so they should read... but perhaps they could consider crediting me as a source) and b) it's hard to finger-point and call out 'FOR SHAME!!!' because I've sat in rooms for creative brainstorming and have seen that many of us have similar to same ideas... One could argue that there are not really any new ideas anymore but variations of. Homages to each other - actually an homage will respectfully credit the originator...   

Like this example of one idea I had: A beauty show that would take you to various parts of the world and show you what in that country is their idea of beauty and what are their beauty secrets... I pitched it in a very amateur way (because I stupidly trust human beings - I know. DUH) by sending an email to a reality TV production house in LA. I never heard back but then this aired over a year later... I'm not saying they took my idea. I know that would be insane. I also know that unless you have an in, the chances that someone tied to the show actually read my email pitch are slim to none. This shows you that many creatives would/could/should have a similar to same idea.

My good friend Sital Patel and fellow makeup artist sent me some whatsapp photos from a behind the scenes creative she did with glow in the dark makeup. It's awesome and so is she. I've pitched that exact shoot to a magazine here so immediately told Sital that I've been planning the same idea. We both know that we came up with this idea separately and inspired from various sources. So, see - creative minds can have a similar flow.  #thinkalike

The Risky Pitch disguised as a Go-See

One thing that I find incredibly frustrating is meeting a potential client for a potential job... a go-see as us industry folk call it... So we literally go and see people with our portfolios and ideas... You have to sell yourself which includes jamming ideas so they see that you come to the table with something... the risk is clear... you give ideas to hopefully get the job but you risk your ideas being snagged and they use someone else. In my 25 year career that has happened to me... thankfully not countless times. A handful. I know the clients who have done this and I'd love to name and shame but that's inappropriate. I have actually invoiced one and said that I noticed that they used my creative idea without me and so I expect to be paid for my idea. It's hard to put a price on ideas... since we don't really have the way to measure what kind of work would have accumulated from that one idea. Maybe nothing or maybe it was the new wheel... Bitches.

(In that SAME kinda idea - I've been pitched to, to do hair & makeup by description to find out after the shoot that what they referenced was actual published work/art and that annoys me. If you're stealing someone's idea and you want me to implement it - tell me that it's been done so I don't look like an asshole. This doesn't apply to trends. Trends are trends...)

This summer I was part of the fabulous group of 10 ladies to 'Embrace Paris' and within this bunch was the lovely Lisa Ferguson, Strengths Mentor. We each did a session test (Lisa - that's not the right term is it?) where we had our top 5 strengths shown to us after we've done an online Q&A. One of mine (or was it a weakness??) was my inner compass of morals. Really it kinda said that I'm super trustworthy and hold those accountable who do wrong. Yup, I'm perfect. There were some things I was shrugging to and thought: meh- dunno... but this inner compass YES! I think it's both a strength and a weakness. Strong because I do believe in good, trust - I'm not a liar and I pretty much want to make the world a better place. It's a weakness because I do not forgive and forget easily. Sure if you make good and apologize I can move on, but if you justify being an asshole than you stay an asshole. I try not to be the chief of the morality police but it's so friggin' hard... I see where this can be a problem... no need to try to educate me. ;) 

Before I go way off topic...

I had a thought this morning which began this rant/conversation starter...

Specifically to my fellow artists: 

Seniors (and I don't mean old people): Do you implement a one page NDA (none disclosure agreement) to assistants and potential clients so any ideas you schpeal remain yours?

Juniors: Would you think an idea mentioned to you by a client or senior is fair game in your climb up the ladder to success?  

And to potential clients: If you haven't paid for the service of an artist would you think their pitch for the job is yours regardless if you hire them or not? 

Again - not really a wrong answer - well - clearly I have a strong moral compass so I may think you're wrong if your answer isn't mine. (insert winky face with the tongue out)

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Qi Mantra: a facial miracle

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By Andrea Claire · November 10, 2014 · 0 Comments ·

Anti-aging can at times really be nothing short of a miracle... and genetics, but that doesn't mean you just cross your fingers and hope for the best. 

As the self-proclaimed #faceof43 I do invest time and money into good habits, products and services - the fountain of youth can't solely be left up to chance. 

It's no secret that I frequent Singapore's Qi Mantra, mainly for their Good Vibes RF facial with Jeslyn. It all started with a gratis trial from their PR department and the WOWZA factor hooked me into buying a package - which if anyone is in ear shot of my package-pushing rants you'd know that I really have to be a believer and committed to buy a package. Well j'adore the good vibes from the people at Qi Mantra so when I received an invite to try out their Miracle facial - it was a beauty no-brainer. 

Miracle Facial (MF)                                                       
(90mins of bliss!) 
This facial incorporates the latest VPL technology and the Miracle Cell product. The combination of the two helps awaken the skin's cells while stimulating the growth of collagen.   
Miracle cells are derived from soy phyto placenta extract which is rich in protein and amino acids. The result from the facial is skin that glows from within, and is more supple. The skin will also be more firm and elastic – radiating with energy and vigour.  The Miracle cell product actually consists of stem cells from Korea. The usage of Soy Phyto Placenta extract is due to the bio-similarity it possesses to the human placenta without the ick-y factor...

By now, everyone has heard of Intense Pulse Light (IPL) which is the intense focus of light therapy. This technology itself is very intense compared to Variable Pulse Light (VPL). VPL technology is more advanced and actually much safer than IPL. It gives the therapist and customer a sense of security and comfort when using this machine as it allows the intensity to be customized to suit each customers preference.   

The result of this miracle is reconditioned skin texture, less redness and smoother, silkier skin.

Presenting a youthful face of 43:  

I realize that before (left side) my facial and after (right side, duh) show that the main difference is that on the right I look like I just woke up... because I did... I fall asleep with every facial at Qi Mantra now... kinda embarrassing since my HB says I snore. [he's probably lying.] The main reason why you don't see a huge difference is because I'm a skin care addict... I get almost as many facials as I do new dresses... But I have had many clients get hooked on my skin care brand and my facial Goddess (Jeslyn) - plus: Instagram doesn't lie

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