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I specialize in wedding make-up (Traditional or Airbrush makeup) . I also provide hair and make-up services for photoshoots, events, special occasions and ads. I was trained at HD Makeup Studio and Academy (formerly Basement Academy) for makeup and hairstyling by some of the best makeup artists in the Philippines.

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Want to hide or get rid of scars?

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A one-millimeter scar on the face is a one-kilometer scar on the heart. Because those unsightly marks can be , the main focus on the face, they can affect anyone not only physically but also emotionally because of the discomfiture these marks can bring.


As you can see in this bare face of mine, I have a number of pimple scars and freckles. Aside from that, I have a huge scar on my back due to a minor operation I had a few years ago where I also discovered that I'm  a keloid former :(

We’re lucky to be in a generation where modern procedures are already available to lighten or remove scars completely; some people blow serious money on those because of the guaranteed efficacy. However, for girls (or boys) who are on a budget, check our the article I wrote for POC to get rid of those scars or if not hide it using makeup. The process may be slower but at least you get a fighting chance against those pesky marks!

4 comments:

Nina said...

Hi!

Blog awards for you! :)

http://beauteauparadis.blogspot.com/2011/08/yay-for-blog-awards.html

Nina

Belle said...

before, i am really shy of showing my scars. but later on, i realized, they're a part of who am i. all scars have stories behind them so i have fun always when they ask me where i get it and i make kwento.

though im not sure if the scar will be on my face and really visible, ill use some bb creams or concealers for those,

great post, it's fun u've included the sebo de macho, haven't tried it

Cel said...

Thanks for sharing this post. I also have pimple marks in my face that doesn't seem to fade. And it's unsightly without foundation. It seems having a clear complexion is so unreachable..I wonder if the complex B creme from Belo is available in drugstores, and how much?

*KiM* said...

Hi Cel! I don't think it's available in drugstores. I think it's advisable for you to visit the Belo Clinic first to have a consultation. Sorry for the late response

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