Guardian Makeover Fair 2016

March 27, 2016

Guardian Makeover is back in action! Themed Confidence Creation, this is an annual Guardian healthy and beauty fair, dedicated to empowering women with tops and tools to be more confidence and stay healthy. It is gonna to happening in 3 towns - Putrajaya, Johor Bahru and Penang. 
The Guardian Makeover is in its 9th year and Guardian proud to announced that thousands of women had been transformed to a beautiful women by their team of experts. Why the theme for makeover fair this year is Confidence Creation? One of the most attractive qualities a women is confidence, people with confidence also possess a sense of self, the ability to see one's self-worth undoubtedly gives a boost to handle challenges of out life. Also to mark International Women's Day celebrated earlier of March, hence theme set as Confidence Creation.
Johor Bahru is the first leg of the fair and overwhelming response with thousand participated. It is a good sign to show that women are increasingly seeing the value in looking great while staying healthy. 
My hair makeover session.
and also make-up session.
I was in the Guardian Makeover fair held at IOI City Mall, Putrajaya which is the second round of the fair and last will move to Penang from 2-3 April 2016. 
Open to public, you need to purchase RM50 of any participating brand to grab a ticket to enjoy a complete makeover consisting of make-up by Makeup Puzzle and hair styling by A Cut Above. Participants will be further treated to a professional photography session to capture their confidence looks! Not only that, the series of events also offer a variety of make-up tips, make-up demo, games and activities to suit different ages. All who sign up also can walk away with a huge goodie bag! So come by early for your free makeover and enjoy a full day of fun and exclusive deals. 
Remember ladies, You are beautiful, love yourself and make healthy choices! Loving yourself is necessary for enhancing your confidence to make you more beautiful. 
For more information, please visit www.guardian.com.my

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