I met Kakin through my friend Jolene (thanks for the recommendation Jo). And the day Kakin came over for her trial make up was also the day my ENTIRE house was filled with loud laughter and joy! Para sang may buhat na speakers, her voice echoed at every corner of my house. She had soooo much to say, maybe 2,000 words a minute. And no, that’s not an exaggeration. It worked to my advantage because I didn’t have to say a word. She did all the talking while I did her make up. And I like that! (Revelation: It’s awkward when my client is super quiet, I feel like she’s secretly judging my every move. I like it better when my clients talk, I feel more comfortable and at ease.)
We got along so well and boy that’s a relief. My work has to match the style of the bride but more than that, I believe the make up artist and the bride should actually like each other. Because really, I’m going to be .01mm from your face and if you don’t like me, that’s going to be annoying.
Thank you for all the unexpected outburst of laughter, Kakin. My team and I enjoyed every second with you.
Here is Kakin’s list of wedding suppliers:
Coordinator: Jojit Dy
Videographer: Jason Magbanua
Wedding Dress: Sassa Jimenez
Florist: Nikita Sambile
Blessed Sunday everyone! I hope you’re enjoying my blog 🙂