Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Get Free sample from Pantene 3-Minute Miracle microsite




Creating 3-Minute Miracles in your life

You may have just 3 minutes to get ready for work, glam it up for that evening cocktail party or romantic date, or step out in style after spending hours in a plane. Sounds like an impossible mission? Here are some tips on creating 3–Minute Miracles in everyday life by award–winning hairstylist Andy Uffels, celebrity makeup artist Andy Lee and fashion director Daniel Boey.

Andy Uffels began his career in hairdressing at age 19, and within 3 years his exceptional styling skills had already won him the title of World Champion — the youngest ever. He currently works as an international freelance stylist for big names including Christian Dior, Gucci and Givenchy to name a few.

Andy Lee has over 20 years of experience in the makeup world. In that time, he has worked with beauty experts in London, Paris, Japan and Hong Kong. Having worked with the region's most popular celebrities, magazines and awards organizations, he was named Most Popular Makeup Artist by Her World Singapore in 2002.

Daniel Boey has over 15 years in the fashion and lifestyle industry, having made his name synonymous with creative show choreography and is one of the sought–after show producers in Asia. His extensive international portfolio ranges from fashion styling to creative events consultancy for brands such as Armani, Celine, Lanvin and Ferragamo to name a few.

This site is also where everyone can get questions about hair health answered by an expert from P&G and register to get free product samples: http://www.pantenemiracle.com/app/register_for_sample.php

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy Lee

Any recommendations for good make up base.I heard Kose brand not bad how about RMK brand which is better.

thank you.

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Both brands are as good! Depend on whether which textures you prefer to suit yr skin type?

harrington said...

I am regular client for pantene. It's really work.

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