Ballet of Beauty by Fancl

by Roxanne C.

I attended Fancl’s Ballet of Beauty event just this week and really had a great time meeting new people, as well as finding out more about Fancl’s products. Besides being thoughtfully chauffeured by a white Mercedes cab to and fro the event, we all had a scrumptious 4-course dinner, of which the menu we could pick for ourselves.


Bistro Soori, with it’s modern interior and calming ambience, was the perfect place for the event.


One of the chefs preparing our food while guests were still arriving.


A picture with the director of Fancl. Look who’s the new ambassador for Fancl! Just kidding.


My accessories for the night! The red ballerina was a charm I’d bought long ago and personally added to this bracelet by Tea Label Jewellery.


A seat saved just for me.


We each had a sachet of Fancl’s Calorie Limit pills before the dinner. Eat and you don’t have to worry about getting fat!


My first course: Seared Scallops, Pistachio Pesto, Truffle Vinaigrette and Vinegar Pear Gelée.


The second: Sautéed Garlic Prawns and Salad.


The third course: Pan Roasted Chicken Breast and Root Vegetables. I loved the potatoes in this.


My dessert: Pandan Soufflé and Strawberry Compote. The soufflé was only limited to 5 guests and I was very lucky to have it.


The food was amazing and just in the right proportion so that I didn’t feel bloated after dinner. The seafood was fresh, the potato skins were crisp and the soufflé was fragrant and just-out-of-the-oven. On top of that, Fancl – again, very thoughtfully – presented us with iced wheatgrass drinks, which were a healthy alternative to sodas. Now let’s take a closer look at the products we got to learn more about!


The Fancl Mild Cleansing Oil. It contains green tea leaf powder extract to help remove free radicals on the skin’s surface.


After removing your makeup, use the Fancl Washing Powder as a normal facial cleanser.


Then, apply the Fancl Lotion (toner) and Milky Lotion (moisturiser). These can be used for day and night, like the Washing Powder.


Finally, at night, give your skin an extra treatment with the newly launched Limited Edition Fancl Overnight Hydrating Pack.


I’m pretty excited about all these Fancl products, especially since they are meant for sensitive skin and have been formulated with the philosophy of Mutenka, a holistic approach to skincare, beauty and lifestyle. Besides that, none of them contain any alcohol, which means that it’s safe for me to use them all!


Ending the night with a bottle of Fancl’s TenseUp EX.


Besides Shu Uemura and Fairy Drops, Fancl is the one other beauty brand from Japan that I’ve gotten to know this closely and I’m pretty sure I’ll be keeping the brand under my radar from now on. If you’ll like to find out more about Fancl and its products, head on over to





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Roseanne September 9, 2012 - 5:28 pm

loved seeing you there babe! I love your layout!
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lacedivory86 September 10, 2012 - 7:59 am

Same, it was great seeing you too! Pity we weren't at the same table, otherwise we could've talked more! Hope to see you sometime soon!


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