It is not everyday that we get the chance to perform on stage. Luckily, for my course, they offer one subject that lets us do a play production every semester. This time, they opted to do a musical. Quite challenging, isn't it? The tiring practices, all the dancing and lip-syncing. The effort we put through just to make a good play despite how our teacher took us for granted (see: she was never in our practices, just those within the classroom) and the lack of funds and resources. The title of the play is "Once on this island".
So I had a really large role in this production. I was both a peasant and a french woman who dances through out the whole 40 minute play. The photo above is me and my wonderful make-up artist; more like she did my eyebrows and gash I felt so pretty that time! Hahaha
And even though I had to disobey fashion rules, I had to pose for an #ootd just because I want to see how I look despite the lack of style knowing that I am a peasant. Surprisingly, I look just fine. Perhaps the make up did the job for me?
This photo makes me wanna say "I nailed that look!" or "I did pull off some unknown genre of style" Hahahaha.
And here I am, trying to have that GODDESS moment since, I was not one of them. Hahaha. Might as well have a picture with them and pretend to be the queen! #chos. Btw, I really love my make up for both presentations and I would personally thank my make-up artists, the good natured make-up artists who made me beautiful that day; SHAM AND AYUNAMAE
What I realized after the show was that I am really old now. Gosh, I only used to watch the higher years pay prod before and now I can't believe I am doing it already. Oh well, thesis I'm coming!
Credits: First outfit: Abercrombie&Fitch muscle shirt| thirfted skirt
Second outfit: red dress: Get Laud!
MUA: Sarah Mae Pepito and Ayuname Utsunumiya