What does it take to be called gwapo these days? People seem to have moved on from the idea that gwapo is defined by any particular set of looks. With the wide range of physical attributes seen in today’s gwapo icons, it will be impossible to pin down definitive gorgeousness; anyone can be gwapo. So what separates the ordinary from the really, really good looking? It appears that intangibles such as hygiene, attitude, style, and authenticity can spell the difference. Here are the things that one must master in order to be called gwapo. Time management
Plus pogi points for you if you are a schedule master. The truly gwapo is one who respects other people’s time (is never late) and knows his priorities. He likes practical, five-in-one things that allow him to multi-task and free up time for the things that he enjoys. He not only has time but will make time for people who matter to him. Who does not appreciate a guy who can be there for you?
You may have heard it—a good heart will never belong to an ugly face. You are most certainly gwapo if you are reliable and fair, not afraid to smile at a stranger, and always ready to roll up your sleeves to help those in need. Your little sister, dog, neighbor, or the environment, there is always someone or something that can use a boost.
We have established by now that looks alone cannot make you gwapo. A well-rounded person will always have something to offer outside his looks that makes him interesting and dynamic. Whether learning the guitar for harana sessions, whipping up a gourmet meal, enrolling in a master’s program, or picking up a new language, you are gwapo if you nurture and share your God-given gifts.
Picking up a sport
Physical or virtual, sports keeps the gwapo’s blood pumping and allows him to bond with friends. He is not afraid to get dirty, but only literally, because he is a good sport and appreciates the discipline of competition. You are gwapo if you love to tackle a challenge, be it basketball, running, or making a sport out of getting to school or office early via public transportation.
Freshness, not presko
The truly gwapo is always fresh, but never “presko.” He is not GGSS (gwapong-gwapo sa sarili) and will not be caught rubbing his good looks at anyone’s nose. He is careful to look neat and crisp, but not so vain as to spend all his time preening. While it’s important to look presentable to others, good personal hygiene is the first, crucial step to living healthy. Master Whitening Plus cleans deep and controls oil for up to 8 hours with its cooling ZEROil. Aside from that, it also has antibac to prevent pimples and blackheads, as well as glutathione complex to help whiten skin and even out skin tone. Keep that fresh-looking face every day – para gwapong Master level!