MakeUp Artist Life: Pre Engagement Shoot at Pinto Art Museum, Antipolo

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HELLO! That was me trying the "sakit ang ulo" (headache) pose lols.


A dear friend of mine is getting married on April and hired me as her makeup artist. As if she has a choice hahaha. Precious and I have been friends for 10 years and we see each other once in a while to catch up. I've been through a lot in the past and Precious is one of those people who chose to stay. Oops, cut the drama! But Pre, thanks for the friendship!

So a few weeks ago, we went to Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo for their pre-engagement / prenup shoot. I was super excited because I've been meaning to visit this museum for the longest time. I've seen this in so many prenup shoots and it's very very beautiful. What more seeing them with my two eyes. I can't wait!



I'm from Quezon City and it took me almost two hours to get there. I didn't bring my whole set up since the preparation will be inside their car as we initially planned. I just packed the things I really need and slid them inside a clear makeup kit. I arrived at 12 in the afternoon and went straight ahead to museum's al fresco cafe for our sumptuous lunch. Our prenup schedule was from 1 to 6 pm. 

Cafe Rizal in Pinto Art Museum
Cafe Rizal is located inside the museum that offers Filipino and Italian dishes. It's an open area so you can enjoy the cool breeze coming from the outside. The ambiance is perfect. Neat and very relaxing.


The food is a bit pricey, though (which isn't surprising). The pork bagnet and pasta costs around P400+ each. But let me say this, they taste really good. One serving can be shared by two. They have accommodating staffs. Great ambiance. For me, still reasonable. And most importantly, you get to experience enjoying good food in the middle of nature's beauty. How cool is that? 



So this is the preparation room which included in the Photoshoot Package (P7500). I have no ring light with me but thankfully, this huge window was very helpful when I did her makeup. Though I highly suggest bringing your ring light for backup purposes (especially when it is getting dark outside). The room is air conditioned and got enough space for the whole team. 



The photoshoot started around 230pm. Meanwhile, I gave myself a quick tour and took some photos. Please note that I will be sharing only 1/4 of the premises and mostly outdoors. I won't bombard you with photos but I highly encourage you to visit this beautiful place with your family.  So enjoy!







It feels like I was somewhere in Greece without my passport. This place is really amazing and I can't wait to bring my family here for a tour. 

The Glam Team with the lovely couple :)

Entrance fee is P200 (regular), P180 (senior citizen and PWD w/ ID), P100 (children and students w/ ID) and FREE for children below 3 years old. 

Pinto Art Museum
1 Sierra Madre St.,, Grand Heights Rd, Antipolo, Rizal
Operating Hours: 9 am to 6 pm | Tuesday thru Sunday
For Inquiries: (02) 6971015 | pintoartmuseum@yahoo.com

https://www.facebook.com/Pinto-Art-Museum-281376918562097/




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16 comments

  1. This look a beautful place. I would love to visit one day..

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  2. Beautiful place, specially for photography!

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  3. What a stunning location. i love the outdoor bench and the garden area - so beautiful. Such a beautiful setting - congratulations to your friend - I hope she has an amazing day!

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  4. The whole place is really beautiful! Every corner is lovely. There's really so much that you can do here especially when you're a photographer. The food looks great as well.

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  5. Wow it really does look like Greece! I got to visit a couple of years ago, and I was just thinking to myself there was a resemblance until you pointed it out!

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  6. Omg what a pretty set!!!! Photo shoots are so much fun!

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  7. This looks like an incredible place to visit. The pictures are absolutely intriguing. Added to my ever growing bucket list.

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  8. that's a nice destination this summer. i love the interior and exterior design of the place, looks so relaxing and quiet

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  9. I am in love with that metal sculpture of the women - it is so mesmerizing. Having a photo shoot at that museum was such a nice idea…lots of beautiful spaces to include.

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  10. The Pinto Art Museum looks like an amazing place to visit and a perfect place for any kind of photo shoots. Cafe Rizal's food looks delicious too!

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  11. I think your friend cannot have chosen a better place for her pre-nup. This place is simply beautiful! I would so love to visit this one day soon. Hopefully, this summer! I love the "sakit ulo" pose and I look forward to seeing the look you made for your friend!

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  12. This place looks so calm and peaceful and soothing.

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  13. The place looks like Greece indeed! Lovely place I can imagine the pics will look awesome

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  14. This place reminds me so much of Santorini. Which is what Everset just said, So much like Greece. So pretty. MUA Bristol xx

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