Wednesday, June 04, 2008

The Cleveland Chronicles, Part 2: One Round of Glamour Shots

You know, I might as well just let the pictures speak for themselves, because I think they're all breathtakingly beautiful. (All photos taken by Scribe's husband.)

Location: Balcony at Chez Scribe (aka "Hampshire Bistro and Tavern") - right before we went out for the night

Credits: Passport to Peru blouse; necklace, Scribe's own; bracelet and earrings, my own (both gifts from friends of mine - the earrings, I believe, are abalone shell, and the bracelet is made from seed pearls); hair and makeup, my own


Location: Rockefeller Cultural Gardens
Credits: Ginger Snap dress (from Ross Dress for Less in HNL); City Buddha silk scarf; earrings, my own (gift from Mom); shoes purchased at Festival Supermall in Alabang; my own hair and makeup. The book is French Lessons by Peter Mayle.




Location: War Memorial/ The Fountain of Eternal Life, by Marshall Fredericks

Credits: Mossimo for Target top; City Buddha scarf; Gap jeans, ProSpirit watch; Reebok running shoes.

Makeup used for all photos: Sephora Professionel foundation and primer; Revlon concealer; Rimmel stick eyeshadow (base/liner); Maybelline Expert Eyes shadow quad (powder/contrast); Maybelline Lash Expansion mascara; BareMinerals Face Color Powder in Warmth. The only variation is the lip color, which varied between Revlon's Super Lustrous gloss in Raisin Glaze and a lip gloss palette from Clarins, which I will go into in more detail in the next entry - along with the now-famous "jump" shot next to the Free Stamp.

4 comments:

Ashmystir said...

Lovely pics of a love lady!

You are beautiful my dear. Inside and out!

=)

The Scribe said...

ash, i second that. :) mei is a lovely lady!

Ladybug said...

Nice pics!

meimei said...

Awww, guys - thanks so much!

I'm bummed that I got back home to Hawaii before I managed to finish the Chronicles... which means that I'll have to continue them anyway! I've also made a screensaver out of the pictures that Mr. Scribe took of me, as a reminder of sorts.

Glad y'all enjoyed this post!