Cheeky Cheeky!



Hey ho!

Slow updates on the blog- sorry for that! Between work and makeup shoots, I don’t have much time to post here tee hee.

Anyway, I did another cheeky, creative makeup look on my friend, Vera! She was kind of reluctant to let me post haha but I managed to squeeze an ‘ok’ out of her!

These looks were all inspired by memories of makeup looks that I have seen before. The first one was heavily inspired by this image:

Makeup : Heidi North Photography : Tré & Elmaz Styling : Victoria Barban
photography Tré & Elmaz 
makeup Heidi North 
styling Victoria Barban

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I’ve used: 

Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin Foundation

Make Up Store Cover All Mix

Glitter foam from the craft store

Ripi Try on Lashes in Rp-06

Ardell Individual lashes in medium flare black

Let me know what you think! Would love to hear your opinions on these looks 🙂




Cheeky Cheeky!

Dance of Death


Growing up with Georgia Byng’s Molly Moon; Inspired by Danse Macabre

I call you to join the dance, Molly’s Dance of Death. Let her ease the pain and burdens of your life; let her lift you up to an afterlife giving you complete liberation and a fresh start for life. Lose yourself; lose your pain.

– Original Source: Anya’s post

Amazing photoshoot that I assisted for Makeup Mastered students, my friends, Ying Cui and Anya.

Photographer: Anya Likhitha
HMUA: Wong Ying Cui
HMUA Assistant: Tan Jing Hui (me!)
Stylist: Hoi Yao
Accessories: Vetivr
Model: Ave Rohtla from Looque Model
I love the pictures! Inspired by so many sources – Molly’s Dance of Death, Danse Macabre… when I saw the photos I was shook!
If you want more information on this shoot, the photographer did a really good post on it.
Hope you like the pictures as much as I do!
Dance of Death


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It’s another collaboration! This time it’s with my good friend and fellow makeup artist , Ying Cui, beautiful model Hailey and photographer Hurfaye. Can you believe the model is only 15 years old!? So. Much. Talent.

Model: Hailey Rodee

Stylist & Hair: Wong Ying Cui

Photographer: Hurfaye

Makeup Artist: Me!

I’ve used:


Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin Foundation

Make Up Store Cover All Mix

Innisfree No-Sebum Powder

Make Up Store Ginger blush

Nature Republic Provence Blending Highlighter


WolfeFX Metallix Face Paint

Heroine Make Volume and Curl Mascara

Mehron Copper Pigment + Mixing Liquid


Nyx Soft Matte Lip Cream in London









Here’s a look at my recent photoshoot with photographer Jamal Alias. Do check him out, he has really beautiful photos on his instagram!

This photoshoot was really interesting as it’s my first time doing a beach/bikini shoot. Simple bronzed eyes and skin with glowy cheeks to tie it all together! Prodcut list below:)

Photographer: Jamal Alias

Model: Vitalina Zagryva

Makeup and Hair: Jing Hui


Maybelline Super Stay Better Skin Foundation

Make Up Store Cover All Mix

Stila Sending My Love Collection – Bronzer and Highlight

Stila Convertible Colour in Peach Blossom


Kiko Long Lasting Eyeshadow Stick in Golden Chocolate

Heroine Make Volume and Curl mascara

Billion Dollar Brows Universal Brow Pencil


Make Up For Ever Lip Pencil in 3C




Fashion Shoot- Floating Liner




Here are some shots of a fashion photoshoot I did with fashion designer, Jesslyn! This collection is really beautiful and it was featured in Singapore Fashion Week 2016!

The makeup I did was a simple, clean understated look with a simple black floating liner on the lids.I also styled the hair into a sleek ponytail so that the clothes would stand out. Pink cream blusher and peachy lips pulled it all into a simple, yet elegant look! Aneta‘s face structure is incredible *swoon*

Fashion Shoot- Floating Liner

Sirens of The Seas – Photoshoot for Ms World Singapore 2016



Hey everyone I’m back with more beautiful photos of recent work that I’ve done! This one’s really fun and I had a great time creating more va-va-voom looks for that seductive vibe.

The theme for the looks was Sirens of The Seas and they had to be centered around rich, deep blues and blacks. I threw in some glitter in the first look, using Impulse Cosmetics‘ loose eye shadow in ‘Oil Slick’ and for looks using black shadows, I used Shiro Cosmetics‘ super black and super matte loose shadow in ‘Dwarf in The Flask’. Can you tell I love indie brands!?

If you’re interested in duo-pigments, crazy glitters and fun colours, definitely check these brands out! They’re cost effective and fun ways to experiment with makeup and colour 🙂 I lurrrrrv them.

Sirens of The Seas – Photoshoot for Ms World Singapore 2016