Peek in­side an ac­tress’ bag

ARSYA NAFISA GIVES A PEEK AT HER EV­ERY­DAY ITEMS.

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Be­ing a 19-year-old pro­fes­sional self-made. It was her mother who ad­vised her to pur­sue a ca­reer ac­cord­ing to what she liked. Be­cause doo­dling is what she liked, spe­cial­iz­ing in arts was an ob­vi­ous choice.

Arsya’s path in make-up be­gan at her high school’s ed­u­ca­tion fair when she saw a pam­phlet pro­mot­ing a short course in artis­tic make-up by LaSalle Col­lege Jakarta. She de­cided to take it – and Arsya’s ca­reer has been rock­et­ing ever since. LIP TINT most of­ten for its easy ap­pli­ca­tion and nat­u­ral look. Un­like lip­stick, the color will not smudge mess­ily af­ter eat­ing, so I pre­fer to redo my lips us­ing this tint than lip­stick. MAS­CARA Among make-up, mas­cara is the most im­por­tant, ever! The em­bold­ens my eye­lashes, so my eyes look stronger and pret­tier. EYE­LINER My They’re Real! push-up liner an­i­mated and bright. It’s re­ally use­ful when my face looks very beat.To­gether with my mas­cara, tired, worn-out eyes. LIP BALM I got this SUGAR Tulip Lip Balm by Fresh from my rel­a­tives who just got back from Hong Kong. Lip balm, in gen­eral, is es­sen­tial be­cause it moist­ens your lips.At times when my lips get very dry, this balm can come in handy. It also has a pink­ish color, so my lips won’t look dull. IPHONE I can’t live with­out my phone. I know it’s so lame for a young­ster like me to say that, but this phone is my source of in­come. Chats come through al­most all the time, and they are mostly from work. So, I have to try my best to keep it al­ways on. From noth­ing to some­thing, she has cast her magic hands over the renowned faces of Raisa,Alyssa Soe­ban­dono, Pe­vita Pearce, Reza Ra­hardian and more.

She is also dili­gent in up­load­ing videos to YouTube and pic­tures on In­sta­gram to give guid­ance to us am­a­teur make-up junkies. If you don’t have time to stroll around her so­cial media ac­counts, take a look at Arsya’s must-have list to get to know her bet­ter. CAR KEYS Depend­ing on the oc­ca­sion, I can take up two to four clients in one day. If I did this with­out a car, my time would be wasted only on try­ing to get public trans­porta­tion. I also have to carry two large suit­cases for make-up and hair styling, so driv­ing saves me. GLASSES When I’m work­ing, I can’t take off my glasses. Make-up needs de­tail, and pre­ci­sion needs good vi­sion. CASH & CARDS Is it weird that I don’t use a wal­let? Well, my hand­bag is pretty small, so I’m used to throw­ing money and cards right into my bag’s pock­ets.

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