Guardian Makeover Fair 2016 – Promotes Confidence Creation to Mark International Women’s Day

The highly anticipated Guardian Makeover is back! Themed Confidence Creation, Guardian’s annual health and beauty fair is reaching out to women in Peninsular Malaysia over three consecutive weekends. And, for the first time, the event empowering women with tips and tools to look good and stay healthy is being staged in three towns – at Putrajaya, Johor Bahru and Penang. 
Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Malaysia

Speaking at launch of the fair at IOI City Mall, Putrajaya last Saturday, Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Malaysia said: “We are proud to note that since 2008, thousands of women have walked into this very fair to be transformed by our team of experts. But what we do here at the fair, is more than skin deep. I have no doubt that every woman who joins this fair walks out an exuberant and more confident self. What can be more appealing than a confident woman?” 
(L-R) Peter Wong, Head of A Cut Above Academy; Jennifer Wong, Senior Mgr Corp Affairs & Events; Christina Low, Marketing Director; Christina Foo, Founder & Vince Hee, Managing Director of Make Up Puzzle

“With that in mind, and to mark International Women’s Day celebrated earlier this month, we have chosen Confidence Creation, as the theme for our makeover fair. Confidence is one of the most important qualities a woman can have. Research has shown that confidence makes you approach everything differently. The ability to see one’s self-worth undoubtedly gives the boost to handle the various challenges that life throws at us. So to all the women out there – acknowledge that you are beautiful, love yourself and make healthy choices today!” she added. 
As the country’s leading pharmacy, health and beauty retailer, Guardian has taken on a
synergistic role, encouraging not just women, but the community in general, and its
customers in particular, to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. The Guardian Makeover, now
in its 9th year, is part of Guardian’s continuous efforts to empower women to take charge of
their health and well-being.

The first leg of the fair was held at Johor Bahru 2 weekends ago, where thousands participated. The fair will move to Queensbay Mall in Penang from 2-3 April 2016, where Guardian’s team of health and beauty experts are expected to assist at least another 3,000 women in confidence creation.

Christina said that the overwhelming response is a sign that women are increasingly seeing
the value in looking great while staying healthy and Guardian Malaysia is honoured to be a
part of that.
Open to anyone with a ticket that comes with the purchase of RM50 of any participating
brand, Guardian’s Confidence Creation offers a complete makeover consisting of make-up by Makeup Puzzle and hair styling by A Cut Above. Walking out with greater confidence,
participants will be further treated to a professional photography session to capture their best pose! 
The series of events also offer participants a variety of make-up tips to suit different
occasions, such as looking fit, fancy, fun and fabulous. Participants who come with family in tow can expect loads of activities at the makeover. Young and matured, male and female are also welcome to enjoy the various activities planned, which include makeup demonstrations and exciting games. All who sign up also go home with a huge goodie bag!
Loving this Catrice Photo Finish 18h Liquid Foundation, it is light weight with superb smooth and radiant finishing!

Guardian’s Confidence Creation is made merrier with the Missing Hijabi Model search.
Casting for new models for Hijabista magazine will be held at all three legs of the fair. Those
interested can participate by purchasing products of any amount at the on-going fair, along
with the publisher’s combo of magazines.
I'm satisfy with my makeover, what about you?

Customers can also check out Guardian’s limited edition tote bag, available at RM19.90 (NP
RM49.90) at Guardian stores nationwide, while stocks last!

For more information, please visit www.guardian.com.my

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