Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Page 2 is back at the ROK Hotel Kingston, where moms and daughters cosied up Saturday last, for the Glam & Sip-Mommy & Me Edition.

The event was conceptualised by make-up artist and principal of Gabby Glam Gabrielle Waite, in collaboration with parenting consultant and Boss Mom founder Michelle Gordon. The two-part series coached the attendees on skin prep, foundation and highlight contouring, brow sculpting, eyeshadow and lash application.

Plus, each participant walked away with a beauty box courtesy of Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited (MDS) and EC Makeup Bar, as well as a gift certificate book with vouchers courtesy of Face Place, the Party Fairy, Ocean Cliff Hotel, So Babe Beauty Bar, TacBar, PR Chick, Cellar 8, Ford, and Spaces Ltd, to list a few.

Waite deemed the Glam and Sip series extra-special since the mother/daughter bond was being forged through glam.

Page 2 rolls out more #glammommoments.

<strong id="strong-f2c71b3b2002db16384ce93a2a6303c0">SNUGGLESFOR HER</strong> - Surgical consultant Tasia Lofters and her daughter Jhenysis made the perfect snap-worthy team with this cosy set.(Photo: Courtesy of Gabby Glam Co)
<strong id="strong-78b6762451cafd6484b0629341d02b8f">FOUNDATION BUILDINGWITH MOM</strong> - Amanda-Mae Gordon (left) engaged in a foundation application process with her mom Michelle, parenting consultant and Boss Mom founder.(Photo: Courtesy of Gabby Glam Co)
<strong id="strong-db4852adddf265843c6cebcc59b2e54f">SISTERLYBOND</strong> - Although the session was billed for mums and daughters, sisters, physician Michelle Mills (left) and Jody-Ann Reece, strategic information specialist, were each other's plus-ones and enjoyed a memorable bonding session. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-c9768772e36a3aafe64269ef37fd0568">MOMMY &amp; ME... &amp;GRANDMA, TOO</strong> - Three generations of McMasters, Lisa (left), her daughter Isiaa (centre) and her mom Joan, were ready for the make-up bonding experience.(Photo: Courtesy of Gabby Glam Co)
<strong id="strong-7ccc4d76942d3ce754854444a356fcf4">IN SUPPORT</strong> - Businesswoman Marsha Cameron (left) and her daughter Alanna Wuallen made Glam &amp; Sip a Mother's Day priority. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-5600e6afe90040533e1acde1fe36ad8c">READY, SET,MOTHER! </strong>- Surgical consultant Tasia Lofters applied the Rose Water Facial (Setting) Spray from Benjamins Cosmetics.(Photo: Karl Mclarty)
[ESTABLISHING SHOT] (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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