January 28, 2019 2 min read
GLAMCOR& RIKI LOVES RIKI recently collaborated with The Wall Group during their event with the Ali Forney Center. The event was dedicated towards inviting underprivileged LGBTQ teenagers from the Ali Forney Center to learn more about how to apply makeup from renowned artists Vincent Oquendo and Daniel Martin. The center works with young members of the LGBTQ community and provides them with housing and care while they experience the turmoils of adolescence. Wall Group wanted to help bring a welcoming experience to the teens so they can learn how to make themselves look glam in a safe learning environment. RIKI LOVES RIKI was more than happy to help them do that.
RIKI SKINNY mirrors were placed on tables where a station was set up for each teen so they could have their own set of products to use. Once in their seats, each individual turned on their mirror for the first time and the smiles on their faces could only be illuminated by the RIKI SKINNYS LED light strips. They were quick to practice using the 5 different brightness levels so they could perfect their looks as both Vincent Oquendo and Daniel Martin guided them through each step.
When it came to doing their brows and lashes, the RIKI SKINNY was quick to assist with its magnified mirror attachment. After their look was completed, everyone wanted to use the cell phone attachment that comes with each RIKI SKINNY and utilize the Bluetooth Selfie Function so they could take the perfectly lit selfie accompanied by an even brighter smile.
Wall Group wanted to provide a master class to the young LGBTQ teens equipt will all the tools necessary to make themselves feel and look glamorous. They knew that behind every glam look is a RIKI SKINNY and we were more than happy to provide them to the aspiring young group of individuals. Let the RIKI SKINNY be the tool that helps you glow on the outside so you can shine even brighter on the inside!
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