By Cheche V. Moral
Tap three popular fashion designers to each create a pocket collection for an evening show attended by celebrities—then create a scenario of a three-way contest among three glossies by assigning each rag’s beauty editor to direct the hairstyles of the models. That’s how.
By Tatin Yang
Perhaps it’s because our scalp is covered by a full head of hair, that it tends to be the most neglected part of the body. Little do we know that the root of most of our hair problems actually stems from poor scalp maintenance.
By Anne A. Jambora
Bettina Osmeña was seated quietly at the table, her eyes looking down, appearing lost in thought. It has been 10 years since she battled—and survived—breast cancer.
Makeover 911By Kinny Salas
No matter how expensive the hair-care product is, you really won’t get maximum results if the problem is your scalp.
For those who color their hair or are thinking about it seriously, the important thing to remember is that the first 15 days after the coloring session are the most crucial. Your responsibility does not end the moment you leave the salon. The right shampoo and conditioner must be applied, because most Filipino women—regardless [...]
Fashion at WorkBy Anna Go Chia
Naturally beautiful hair has always been a frustration of mine. Born with hair that is greatly affected by humidity and the weather, it almost always looks like it’s been through a static attack.
By Carmencita S. Sioson
There’s a reason they call your hair your crowning glory,” said Anna Mangilin, Unilever marketing director for Hair Care. “Your locks make a statement to yourself and to the world.”
By Alex Y. Vergara
Since fashion and “runway-ready hair” have always been at the core of Tresemmé, Unilever Philippines’ newest hair-care and styling brand, it was only apt for people behind it to host a thanksgiving party at the SM Development Corporation (SMDC) showroom in Pasay City. It was built around the theme “Fashion’s Finest 2012.”
By Henri Calayag
While the days of powdered wigs are long gone, definitely, the hairdo named after Louis the XV’s most famous mistress, Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson, the Marquise de Pompadour, lives on.
By Carmencita S. Sioson
Anyone who walks into Nikki Bacay’s salon would see he runs a pretty tight ship. Attendants keep a watchful eye on the door for clients, promptly usher you to a seat, offer refreshments, and coordinate with one another to get you started on your day of pampering. The place isn’t your run-of-the-mill salon—not the usual [...]
By Henri Calayan
Five must-dos for hair: 1. Regular visits to your hair dresser for cut, color and once a month treatment. 2. Use a good everyday shampoo specifically made for your hair type and scalp. 3. Use the right tools and finishing products. 4. Use only cold or lukewarm water on your hair. Hot water will make [...]