Stop·Over: QC City Assessors Office Halloween Style

Prosthetic Make-up

Prosthetics is a medical term, the branch of surgery that deals with the replacement of missing limbs or organs with artificial substitutes. (www.freedictionary.com)

" Prosthetic makeup (also called FX prosthesis) is the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects." - Wikipedia
There are many prosthetics make-up kits available online if you would like to create a realistic prosthetics. The kit includes, adhesives and latex for skins, blood, bald caps, brushes, etc which you could use on your next costume parties or yung halloween party nyo for next year (excited much?).


Since our office celebrated Halloween Special last Wednesday, the 31st of October, shempre hinde ako papahuli in creating my version of prosthetics make-up. I made fake wound prosthetics using some of the office supplies I found in my table such as, glue (Elmers), tissue, wedge sponge and my nyx make up palette.

with just a little creativity... TaDa!

My creations...

Model:  Mhag ( Facebook ; Twitter ; Tumblr )

Model: Jerome ( Facebook )

Model: Froilan ( Facebook )
**Note: I did the prosthetics wound on the forehead only and NOT the makeup. :-)

Model: Candy ( Facebook )
**Whole body prosthetics... hehe. Peace Candy Gurl :)
What do you think? :-)

Our office halloween decor...

Trick or treating at the Mezzanine with the OIC City Assessor, Mr. Rodolfo Ordanes a.k.a Boss O.

Trick or Treat @ Appraisal Division with Lexxie...

And the rest of the gang... :-)

Bye for now... Till" next Halloween Par-Tay! :-)



Milk Tea, Anyone?

Bristol Street is situated in Barangay Greater Lagro, as of this writing, still part of the Second District of Quezon City but only until May 2013. Pursuant to Republic Act 10170, effective the next local and national elections of 2013, District 2 will be reapportioned in order to create 2 more legislative districts. Hence, making Barangay Greater Lagro part of the newly created district of Quezon City,  the 5th  District. 

now we know... :)

To know more about Republic Act 10170 click here!

While on our way to San Jose Del Monte Bulacan, we stopped by at TEA TIAM in Bristol Street to get some refreshing beverage... a Pearl Milk Tea! yey!

If your a lover of Milk Tea like me try to visit Tea Tiam coz it's one of the best tea houses in QC. And if you are not sure on what to order, try its version of Wintermelon Milk Tea or if you're feeling a bit adventurous, I recommend this one, Dark Chocolate with cheese.

Tea Time. More fun in Quezon City!

As for my Bristol Street Style...

I choose to wear  a super comfy outfit, just a basic top and shorts paired with socks and oxfords, voila! A look that's both casual and chic... cool! :)

Vintage Top; Op shorts; London Day Oxfords in Beige purchased at ZALORA; Ralph Lauren socks purchased at S&R Congressional; Hand bag from MANGO; Tissot watch; Givenchy sunnies

Shempre, may eksena din si kulit... :)



Look mom! I broke someone's spine for my heels!

charot :)

Kalayaan Avenue is a commercial area located in District 4 of Quezon City. The road is a 1.8 kilometer 6-lane highway starting from Eliptical Road and ends at Kamias Road. It is a major thoroughfare which will lead you to Cubao districts. 

Here is the list of intersections and streets along Kalayaan Avenue:

Start - Eliptical Road

1st Street (Left Side): Mayaman Street  [Land mark: HLURB building]
2nd Street (Right Side): Mayaman Street a.k.a GATE 7 of Quezon City Hall
3rd Street (Right Side): Makatarungan Road [Land mark: after QC Hall Health Dept.]
4th Street (Right Side): Matalino Street [Land mark: across Eunilane Supermarket]
5th Street (Left Side): Malamig Street [Land mark: Kamay Kainan]
6th Street (Right Side): Masigla Street  [Land mark: Kalayaan Plaza Apartment]
7th Street (Left Side): Malingap Street  [Land mark: after Pork Barrel Grill and Restaurant
8th Street (Right Side): Maparaan Street [Land mark: across Kalayaan Badminton Center]
9th Street (Intersection): MATINO Street [Land mark: Fremont Learning Center]
10th Street (Intersection): Victoriano Luna Avenue a.k.a V. Luna Avenue

End - Kamias Road

Kung trip nyong pumasyal-pasyal sa Kalayaan Avenue simula sa Eliptical to Kamias, the travel time by car is around 3 minutes, by walking approximately 30 minutes (trip lang, walang basagan ). If you like, try nyo din then let's compare your results to mine. hehe

Short Distance Travel. More fun in Quezon City!

and as for my Kalayaan Avenue corner Matino Street Style...

I wore this ensemble for my sister's birthday, so before leaving  to celebrate my sis' day picture-picture muna :) The highlight of my outfit? Spine Bone Heels in color gold :)

Vintage Blazer;  WhiteTop (worn under) from Korea; DIY Scalloped Shorts (tutorial on my next post, watch out for it!); Pill Footwear purchased from ZALORA; Guess Mini Clutch; Philip Stein Watch; Cartier Love Bracelet in white gold (worn by famous celebs like Angelina Jolie)

So feelingera nanaman ako... hehe...

What do you think?