Friday, February 26, 2010

"the Balm cosmetics" at Sasa Singapore now!


Nowadays, women are educated, independent and passionate about life. Make-up can help bringing out their charm and boosting self-confidence. Founder of TheBalm cosmetics, Marissa Shipman hopes other women to look and feel great all the time by the concept of "beauty in five minutes".
TheBalm products are made with high quality ingredients in America. European customers love their gorgeous colors and easy application. The sassy product names and funny package designs fully reflect the personality of TheBalm. Thanks to these reasons, it becomes popular within a short period of time. Famous magazines of life and style such as Marie Claire, Allure, Cosmo Girl and Bazaar frequently introduce the brand's products.

Until 2009, TheBalm has launched a total of 75 cosmetics items, offering a comprehensive selection of choice for the lips, eyes, cheeks and face. Popular products are TimeBalm Concealer and Stainiac Lip and Cheek Stain. TimeBalm Concealer is great for touching up under eye imperfections such as dark circle and fine lines. It has been awarded as "the best concealer for covering dark eye circle" by The View. Stainiac Lip and Cheek Stain helps creating the perfect pop of color for a flushed appeal and enhancing the natural beauty of lips. It has been recommended by The Rachael Ray Show as "the best water-based gel blush".

11 comments:

Niki said...

I live theBalm cosmetics! My new favorite brand!

Jyoan said...

Their products are really quality. I love theBalm cosmetics too. And especially like the funky paper packaging, which is like Benefit, Paul & Joe, Too Faced etc. =)

Vanilla said...

hey i hv been following ur blog for awhile,i was juts wondering if u know any good makeup school in singapore?:)

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Vanilla

For makeup school you can go look out at :
http://www.theschoolofmakeup.com/aboutus.asp
or
http://www.cosmoprof.com.sg/makeupacademy.htm

Timeless Confection said...

hi Andy! I'm your newest follower.Thanks for letting us know about The Balm Cosmetics. Truth is, I've never really heard of it until now. I can't wait to get hold of their products when we visit Singapore in a few months? Do they cost much? By the way, which Sasa outlet is the biggest in Singapore?

If it's not too much to ask, do you happen to know if Sasa Singapore still carries the Kracie and the Kiss Me brands?

Thanks so much for your time, Andy!
more power!
Kaye
http://kayelangit-luistro.blogspot.com

baby jolin said...

Hi Andy,

Would like to find out more about the make up courses in Singapore. Do you know which is the best school for me to take up diploma in professional make up artistry? Look forward to your reply. Thanks alot :)

Regards,
Jolin Ong

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jolin

For makeup school you can go look out at :
http://www.theschoolofmakeup.com/aboutus.asp
or
http://www.cosmoprof.com.sg/makeupacademy.htm

baby jolin said...

Hi Andy,
Thanks for replying! By the way are you teaching make up course as well?

baby jolin said...

Hi Andy,
Thanks for replying! By the way are you teaching make up course as well?

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jolin

I only teach personal "one to one" makeup lesson.

baby jolin said...

Hi Andy,
Thanks! I've enrolled myself into cosmoprof. Hope I can be like you soon! Haha! Do you need any amateur assistant? :) hope to learn more from you!

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