It’s been a few days but still kicking ass! Again, I love wedding talks. It’s like the best gossip to talk over with your girlfriends! Especially when it is the first thing to talk about in the morning! This idea to write on this kicking me in when one come to see me first thing in the morning and the next thing you know were just talking about her plan to get engage.
I always keep telling my girlfriends to take care of their complexion (we are on a serious business when it come to your BIG day!)
As a photographer whom you hired to document every possible moves, emotions and episode of your big day I am going to tell the truth!
Lots of bride to be takes for granted on their skin complexion issue. If it is not YOUR issue, it is the photographer’s BIG deal! (I know! it sounds dramatic!) But trust me, you will be grateful if you decide from now to start to do the treatment on your face if your do not have smooth skin.
I am not trying to be bias or asking for an impossible thing, but it is possible and you as the bride (and the groom) to take care of your skin. If you have a slightest thought that the make up artist will be going to help you to make your face look flawless, kill that thought now! I am talking from my experience, when the make up artist only do the make over on your face once, the photographer is not like that. Try to count how many pictures of yourself in your wedding album. That are the numbers of times we have to do the touch up on your lovely face.
You may want to start to visit some of the spa for your facial treatment or start to consume some supplement for inner detoxification. Anything possible for you to achieve great complexion (for your big day). My favorite spa for facial treatment is Tanamera Spa and you may want to try the treatment there.
I will deliver of your original. I will not turn one thing that is not yours to be yours. I am sure you will appreciate that too. You have to do the best for you sweetie. You are getting married!
Love, love, love!
It’s Tuesday and a Public Holiday. I hate this but I have to take it. I am sitting in the very quite office (with my boss also around) today to do my work. I must say this is the price to pay for me to save my leave, not to use it for holiday or whatsoever but to allow me to work things out for our final project to graduate. Mind you, I was working with our Kak Ngah last night until 2 in the morning, cracking our head to go to the smallest expenses we are going to have for the show. We were discussing on the paperwork that I have to get it clear for the meeting with one of our potential sponsor within this week. Tough, tough, tough it is. Kak Ngah said she feels like crying, well ( I feel it much earlier).
It’s for our one week exhibition that will take place by the end of April 2011. We have got the date, we secured the venue, please wait for a while for our official announcement. You, you and you and whoever you know is welcome to visit the exhibition.
It is really a tough time for me (and surely for the rest of us in the class). I spent the last weekend in the first lecture in for the new (& final semester). With the weather is not really in good condition, migrain & sinus becoming a best friend again since past few days (my left side of the head and eyes is feeling like blowing up at the point I am writing this). However, the Marketing & Branding was a mind blowing subject (and as a refresher after I left university lecture hall 10 years ago!). I heart!
I wish everyone to have a good rest day and Salam Maulidur Rasul.
Stay loving & keep smiling.
Thank you for the extra 4 days we get for the CNY holidays! How was your celebration? Looking from the Facebook & Twitter updates, the massive traffic was everywhere! (except in KL) and I am glad that I was just in town for the shooting spree with the smooth-like-butter traffic flow.
I was caught up with the back to back shooting from day one of CNY until Sunday, that slowing down my posting here.
Anyway, my fingers are back to dance on the keyboard and I will share what has been happening and my interesting discovery (at least to me) off late.
I’ve been covering for two portraiture sessions, an akad nikah and an engagement ceremony throughout the holiday. All of them are in line to be posted here. Please stay with me!
Love & light.
Hmm…that kinda question can be a kick-start for me in the early morning! (people, help me out, ask me questions about wedding on Monday morning!)
A bride, it is a must to search for the look that suits her best on her wedding day or for the engagement.
The hair, what suits you? How do u love your hair to be done? Ever heard of homework? Do that darling! Magazines, online reference, thousands of them!
What are the options for your hairdo?
- Be in front of the mirror, know your look. Figure out the best side of your face, either left or right (in case you never do this)
- Play with your hair, trial an error (of course not on the BIG day itself!)
- Do your own research, flip through the magazines, go online & save the hair style that you love
- Talk to your makeup artist, how do you want your hair to be done. Please note sweetie, it might be an event when the make up artist never try the hairstyle that you want. By telling them what you want, will help them to do homework too! (you see the rationale now?)
- Talk to the hairstylist, show them the picture of the hairstyle that you want so they can understand your needs & will advise accordingly.
- DO NOT try to have the style that you never like or never know how are you going to look like with it on you. your BIG day is NOT the day for an error due to the trial!
It is critical. I went through some situations when the bride look more masculine than the groom due to the hairstyle. I believe, that is the last thing you want to have as the bride!
Love yourself, love your look!