The IT cosmetics team came to Houston to host a two day event and i was personally invited to be a part of this exciting opportunity.
The first night, they hosted an exclusive media dinner at the Pass and Provisions, which was named one of the top ten best new restaurants according to the Houston Chronicle. We were treated by a three course meal with many delightful items on the menu to choose from.
I got the asparagus soup, rib eye steak, and of course, a delicious chocolate cake.
I was glad to see a lot of fellow bloggers there! I honestly had such a fun time taking photos and mingling with everyone. I loved the fact that my reserved seat was next to my good friend OnlinewithFaith.
(selfie taken by Faith!)
I felt honored to be invited to this private dinner. I’m glad that they wanted to meet me as part of their experience here in Houston. They were sweet and super friendly, sharing their success stories and how they became a part of IT Cosmetics!
Not only did they give us delicious food, but they also gave us all a goodie bag filled with a lot of make up! I can’t wait to try them all out and share them with all of you!
For saturday, Jaime the co-founder, made an appearance at Ulta in River Oaks, where they had music and make up artists giving face make overs using their products.
The event lasted almost 9 hours from 10am to 7 pm. Since I worked in the morning, I arrived to the event around 5pm. I was so sad to know that I missed meeting Jamie, but at least I got my make up done on fleek by this sweet lady who did an amazing job on my lips and taught me a few tips and tricks about contouring my face.
I got to see the amazing Jaclyn blogger at BeautyandtheBinky getting her make up done as well.
This was an amazing 2 day event and i am just filled with joy at the fact that I got to be a part of it. Aside from the fact that I didn’t get to catch a glimpse of Jamie, I did however get to meet many other women behind IT Cosmetics and had a blast. I am very grateful to be a part of it, thank you once again to everyone who made this possible. I am now a self proclaimed ITgirl!
(Disclaimer: i was not paid to write about this event, all opinions are my own.)