We had a wonderfully successful cosmetic event a few weeks ago at Honolulu Eye Clinic.   Our theme was ‘Mommy Makeovers” to provide an opportunity to tired, overworked mothers to have some time to themselves.

My good friend, Shandis Ching, helped me create a beautiful tablescape for our guests and gift bags as well.  I love throwing parties, click here to see a post about my son’s third birthday party and I especially enjoy doing signage, paper aspects of a party.  Shandis is brilliantly creative and has lots of wonderful ideas.  We always say we should start a party planning business together.

Shandis tied sand dollars and raffia to white towels for each guest to take home.  

 

 

I packaged turquoise bath salts in little jars and made cute Honolulu Eye Clinic water bottle labels.

And, each guest received their own tote bag, which Shandis hand stamped!

Childcare was provided  and all the kids had a great time back in our pediatric waiting room, painting and drawing and eating!

 

 

 

Guests learned about beauty products like Skinceuticals (recently named to Allure and In Style magazine’s Best Skin Products list)  and were each treated to a complimentary skin analysis.

They also witnessed a live injection demonstration of  Dysport and fillers and enjoyed hand rolled sushi.

 

A big mahalo to David from Medicis for helping sponsor this event and sharing the latest news about Dysport and Restylane. Restylane is terrific for rejuvenation of the eyes.  And, another huge MAHALO to Shandis Ching and to all of the gorgeous moms who came out for this event.

If you missed this event, don’t worry, we’ll have another in a few months.  Keep checking my cosmetic website: www.drrupawong.com or our facebook page.

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