TCHS Rampage

Temple City High School


April 17, 2017

Cheng gives tips for a pro prom look

Myra and the mirror

Since Senior Myra Cheng was a little girl, she has always had a passion for makeup and nails. She has come a long way from stealing her mom’s nail polish from her drawers, and now does a variety of makeup looks and nail art for her friends and family.
Cheng started using makeup in eighth grade and has worked to improve her skills ever since, and she started applying it on other people to experiment with different face structures and eye shapes. For her, it has grown from a hobby to a way to express herself.

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About the Author

Kaiya Pomeroy-Tso
Kaiya Pomeroy-Tso is a TCHS junior and second year staff writer for Rampage. She writes articles, takes pictures, and does illustrations for the publication! She also edits and designs a monthly newsletter for Longden Elementary.



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