A Beauty Wonderland

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A Beauty Wonderland


Make up dreams, skin-pampering magic, fragrance fantasies and grooming wishes...were all granted at the launch of My Beauty Hub beauty and skincare boutique at 6750 Ayala Avenue.

An "Alice in Wonderland" theme invited guests to walk through the world of My Beauty Hub which offers the most exclusive names in European treatment lines and a scoop on the secrets to total beauty perfection.

The boutique was transformed into a magical place with hanging mirrors on velvet ribbons, ropes of pearls, lush satin swags as well as all the witty elements straight out of Lewis Carrols favorite fantasy a madhatters tea party, white rabbit with chain watch, and whimsical decks of cards that gave guests clues on the best skincare, fragrance, and grooming suited for their skintype.

The guests enjoyed personalized skincare consultations using a unique skinanalysis machine that diagnosed their skin type.

Next, they were treated to a refreshing facial before a makeover session conducted by My Beauty Hubs highly trained makeup experts.

Guests were kept in anticipation as they selected one card that revealed the scent that most matched their inner impulses.

A concept originally developed in Singapore, My Beauty Hub was created to serve as a workshop venue, beauty school, training center all rolled into one.

Located in the beautiful and historic Raffles Hotel, My Beauty Hub is a venue for enhancing each brands communication to the consumer.

In Manila, My Beauty Hub offers the most exclusive brands that are not only a delight to the senses but also promote wellbeing and inner tranquility.

Musthaves at My Beauty Hub are private pampering sessions (think bridal, prom or birthday parties). One can even have an afternoon tea party with friends to swap beauty secrets with the experts. Makeup services for corporate events as well as special occasion makeovers are available. …

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