Skincare consultancy Lesson with Zeenat
Yeah, yes yes, I am trying to type things up before I forget. So being an avid beauty blogger, you think you know all about skincare and beauty products. in fact, I probably know a lot more than I should have and have stacks at home I do not need. I tried to organise my beauty stash and purchased some Muji drawers which is keeping me at bay to splash more, yet I can't resist walking into that Boots shop on Oxford Street, and trying out all their high street beauty... (Lemming over that Barry M lipsticks)
Back to the lesson, since I had a makeup lesson I thought I will try with a skin care consultancy lesson. I am in a phrase where I am not too sure about my skin, and had some major outbreaks since I cam back from Hong Kong. Also, I thought I will update myself with some skincare products news by taking a lesson with Zeenat.
Zeenat is based in Germany now and working on her PhD. She is a linguist and loves beauty and makeup. She is very softly spoken and would be great for anyone who wants to gain more confidence with their verbal English skills.
We had a consultation and we talked about my skin condition, my problems and worries. I throw a few questions whether I am doing the right thing, like the cleansing routine, makeup removal routine and we did share a few products that we use ourselves. (To identify if someone knows their skincare routine, ask if they have or know Clarisonic, it will show). I talked about the eye care and we exchanged our views on some Western European brand, like Clinique, Clarins etc. it was a bit too short to go into depth!!
Zeenat knows her stuff as I throw quite a few hard questions (Sorry! I don't meant to, but can't help) but if anyone wants to learn more about European products, Zeenat definitely have the answer.
I have had my series of lessons on the makeup and beauty on cafe talk and all have been very interesting. I really like the concept of learning at home and discussing with tutors over the internet. I only recently arranged a tutor on Skype for my student and his feedback was very good as well. There are so much opportunities from Cafetalk and definitely worth it.
This post is written in the memory of Mui Chu (2009-2015)