Thursday, November 29, 2012

IPKN: Artist Wave Auto Make-up

First off before I start off the blog post, I would like to apologize for not writing a blog post in a long time. I know I keep on my making excuses but I literally had no time to relax and breath over the last couple of days. I have been so busy with my full-time job that I have no time to write a blog post. But I am sitting down right now writing this blog post before I have to head out to do another thing. I have a very busy life outside of my internet life and I am still trying to manage my time. I am really hoping to perfect it sometime soon.


When I was at IMATS Toronto 2012 a couple of days ago. I came across this booth that I have never seen at the past IMATS before. It really intrigued me because I have never seen a product like this in Canada before. It's a product from Korea and it hugely popular in the Asian countries. I even say a commercial for it while my grandma was watching Vietnamese television on our satellite. They are trying to break into the Canadian market and I was so happy to help them out! In my IMATS vlog (it will be coming up in the next few days), I will feature a little clip of how their product works. Vibrations are the newest thing in make-up. They are found in mascaras and powder foundations. This product works amazing well with creams. This means it can work on your cream foundations, sunscreen, lotions, tinted moisturizer, BB creams, CC creams. Whatever cream product you can think of; it will work with it. What is does, is that it vibrates the product into your skin so that it gives your skin a flawless airbrushed looking finish. It also helps with buffing the product into your skin without getting your hands messy, worrying about cleaning brushes or figuring out what brush to use on your face.


Because we all know, that can be confusing at times and has lots of trial and error. But this product is pretty straight forward. The amazing thing about this product too is that it is travel friendly. It is small and compact so you can easily stick it into your travel make-up bag without having to sacrifice space. You can purchase this product through their website. All details and pricing are on their website if you are interested in purchasing it. I personally do not own the product but I did try out the product while I was at IMATS Toronto. I plan to buy it in the future once this Christmas season is over because we all know this is the season is spending money on others. We all know it's true and I am not afraid to admit it. I hope you all enjoyed this blog post and I shall be writing to you soon. I miss you!

Please note: All of these opinions are my own. The company is not paying me to write this blog post. I came across them at IMATS Toronto 2012 and I just want to help them out.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jennifer,

    Thanks for taking time to write it up.

    Really enjoyed your review and the product.

    Have a great holiday.

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