|Ramen Cool’s Sukiyaki, P255|
Last Thursday – October 27, was another fun day out for me and for my mommy blogger friends – Nilyn, Melissa, Berlin and Mads. I held my first basic makeup workshop for these lovely mommies. Conducting a makeup workshop is one of my future plans and I was very excited because I finally have my first batch of students. Yay!
I asked them to bring their own makeup to help them familiarize each product from base primer to lipstick.
I also brought my own makeup kit and showed them the step-by-step on how I create my “Everyday Makeup Look”. Afterward, I let them do their own makeup with my guide and I love how it turned out! They all look lovely! The workshop was really fun and I hope these lovely mommies learned a lot from me.
This makeup workshop is not possible without the generosity of the Ramen Cool owner – a cozy Japanese restaurant that sits along West Ave, Quezon City. They lent us their function room for this makeup workshop. Who wouldn’t want a venue like this? The place was nicely lit and comfortable.
It spells modern with a hint of old Japanese era. I really liked it.
Ramen Cool has a wide variety of Japanese food choices. They also serve a complimentary tea (hot or cold) which tastes really good.
This time, I didn’t order my usual ramen as I wanted to try something different.
|California Love Sushi, P215|
|Beef Ramen, P245|
|Chashu (5 pieces), P125|
|Tofu Special, P195|
Overall, Ramen Cool is one of the Japanese restaurants I would love to go back. Next time, I will tag along with my family and for sure, they will love it as much as I did. Two thumbs up for the budget-friendly Japanese specialties, nice ambiance, and friendly staffs.
Again, thank you to Ramen Cool owner and the manager of the West Avenue branch for sponsoring my makeup workshop! 🙂
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A millenial mom (of two boys) who has passion in makeup and motherhood in between.