I’m sure you’ve heard about the Creamsilk Hair Sonata event. I basically bombarded everyone with my Instagram posts and tweets about it because I absolutely loved the show! It’s Asia’s first ever orchestra where violinists used human hair bow. Amazing right? It’s the ultimate test of hair strength.
Before I show you guys what happened during the performance, here’s what I wore to the event:
I wanted to be simple and elegant so I wore this black dress with minimal gold accessories. Thank you Lourd Ramos and his team for making me look pretty that night!
How Creamsilk changed the game.
I was lucky enough to be one of their correspondents of the night together with bloggers Kryz and Nicole. One task was to find best dressed girls of the night and we had so much fun introducing ourselves to people and taking their photos too!
Here are some people who attended the event: Tim Yap and Tweetie De Leon-Gonzalez both looking sleek and sophisticated.
Jenny Rockett with the lovely Pia Campos and Louisa Poblete of W Talent. They’re such great managers!!!
This photo brings me back My Binondo Girl memories! I can’t believe they’re still together until now. Makes me believe in true love more. Say hello to Ricardo Cepeda and Marina Benipayo.
Steven Silva looking dapper in his suit with the gorgeous Sam Oh.
Musical Director and Orchestrator Gerard Salonga starts the show.
Ballet Philippines also performed- they were all good!!!
The violin quartet that used bows made out of human hair too.
The people behind this wonderful and successful event.
The best dressed girl of the night for me is Kelly Misa. Love her make up, hair and gown.
Not only strong hair be seen, now it can be heard. I still can’t believe they used human hair conditioned by Creamsilk to make it stronger! The orchestra played for 45 minutes and not a single hair strand broke. Job well done, Creamsilk. BMS.