Makeover 911By Kinny Salas
Some of us are resigned to certain beauty calamities because we have learned to live with them. It’s a good thing some beauty brands are relentless in finding ways to make us as close to perfect. The prices are also surprisingly reasonable.
Front RowBy Mel Cuevas
Last February, I wrote an article on must-try locally made beauty finds. That article got so much good feedback that I decided to add more to the list, including a locally made line of shirts I recently got my hands on. Here are some new discoveries:
KnockoutBy Ria Francisco-Prieto
When I was in my teens the only beauty product I cared about was scent. I didn’t bother to apply moisturizer or even SPF.
By Erica Paredes
The Indonesian makeup brand PAC or Professional Artist Cosmetics might not be a familiar name here but it’s gaining a following in Asia, and its start in 1997, under the Martha Tilaar Group, was game-changing.
Tricks of the TradeBy Kelly Misa
I’m just a typical college student, so every time I go to school I always tie my hair into a ponytail. Sometimes I braid it, but I never let it loose. I’m not confident enough because I know it’ll end up just being buhaghag. Some of my friends say I should try to keep my hair down because I have beautiful, natural, wavy curls, but the thought of having it buhaghag always gets in the way. Is there any hair treatment that can lessen the buhaghag without losing my curls? Thank you.