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Beauty that is skin deep

That “life begins at 40” statement rings true for all. It’s interesting that others proclaim that 40 is the new 20 because to look young than your actual age is no longer impossible......»»

Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardOct 5th, 2020

The Beauty Benefits of Whole-Body Vibration Training

Beauty may only be skin deep but it still matters. Your outer beauty is the first thing people see, and if it doesn’t reflect your inner beauty, then how can you express who you really are? Your looks don’t have to conform to a certain standard or anything like that, but your overall vibe and […] The post The Beauty Benefits of Whole-Body Vibration Training appeared first on Kagay An......»»

Category: newsSource:  kagay_anRelated NewsFeb 19th, 2020

More than Skin Deep

DermAsia Corporation, the partner of choice in advanced medical aesthetic technology and a leader in marketing and distribution of clinically proven medical and aesthetic systems in the country, recently held the first installment of Beauty & Beyond: Acne & Atopic Dermatitis Lecture and Workshop Series at the exclusive Manila House in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 31st, 2019

Beauty is only skin-deep

The question of whether we should host the Miss Universe beauty contest has come up again......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 5th, 2016

All set to reset: Beauty inventions from Korea and beyond

Prep your holiday look with these beauty tips and new launches that aim to address one's skin and wellbeing concerns while on lockdown......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 20th, 2020

‘Catriona nakaka-in love ang beauty, Rabiya kakaiba ang karisma’ — Olivia Quido

ANG nanalong Miss USA 2020 na African-American na si Asya Branch mula sa Mississippi ay kasama na sa roster of beauty queen endorser ng kilalang California-based skin expert na si Olivia Quido-Co. Si Ms. Olivia ang CEO at founder ng O Skin Med Spa na matatagpuan sa California, USA. Ayon kay Ms. Olivia, lalong dumami  […] The post ‘Catriona nakaka-in love ang beauty, Rabiya kakaiba ang karisma’ — Olivia Quido appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 14th, 2020

Korean beauty: Heart Evangelista swears by these ‘forever young’ rituals 

Collagen? Korean glass skin? Heart is also much into K-beauty trends and here are her hacks to achieve her favorite Koreanovela stars’ looks......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 18th, 2020
Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 25th, 2020

Skin immunity is the new beauty trend

Thanks to the lockdown, the best way I can describe my skin is “lackluster.” Too much binge watching, delivery food and not enough sun have made my complexion dull, pale, and prone to breakouts......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 24th, 2020

MICHELE GUMABAO: It’s not just swag, it’s a statement

Before her queenly poise and grace, Michele Gumabao was known for one particular characteristic – her swag. Back in her days with De La Salle University, she would always get under the skin of her rivals with her on-court antics. Gumabao had a deep arsenal to tick off her opponents: staredowns, shrugs, head shakes and her maddening grin.   It was what the Lady Spikers' fans loved about her. For the supporters of other teams, it was what they loved to hate about Gumabao. But what she did inside the court during her four-year stay with the Ramil De Jesus-mentored squad was not just about playing psywar, for Gumabao she needed every ounce of that swag to build her confidence. She wanted to prove her doubters and non-believers wrong and give them something extra. A statement.           “I wasn’t recruited. I wasn’t scouted by anybody,” said Gumabao during her Kamustahan session on Creamline’s Facebook page. “I tried out in La Salle because I wanted to go to La Salle. I wanted to study in La Salle but I never dreamt of becoming a volleyball player,” added the School of the Holy Spirit-QC product. Gumabao, whose sister Kat also played for the Lady Spikers in the mid-2000s, debuted in the UAAP in Season 72. The then defending champion Lady Spikers were stacked with veteran stars in Jacq Alarca, Paneng Mercado, Cha Cruz and Mel Gohing along with prized rookies Aby Marano and Joanne Siy. Gumabao’s rookie season wasn’t as impressive as her batchmates. She didn’t get much playing time while Siy and Marano joined the starting line-up. Gumabao knew she wasn’t as good as them that time skills-wise. “I knew back then ‘yung skills ko (di mataas ang level). 'Yung skills ko back then noong nag-uumpisa ako it isn’t how it is now,” said the Cool Smashers stalwart. “Kumbaga lahat ng natutunan ko sa La Salle, lahat ng itinuro sa akin nina coach, nang mga seniors ko at that time, mga teammates ko, that made who I am as a volleyball player.” “’Yun talaga ang nagbigay sa akin ng lakas ng loob para maglaro.” Season 73 was Gumabao’s breakout year. Consistently included in the starting rotation, Gumabao would rack up points to back Alarca, Mercado, Cruz and Marano. Aside from contributing points and wreaking havoc with her solid net defense, Gumabao provided energy and swag to DLSU. With her improved game, Gumabao helped the Lady Spikers reclaim the title they lost the season before and also bagged the Best Blocker award. She would win it again the following season while powering DLSU to a back-to-back reign. In Season 75, Gumabao won the Finals Most Valuable Player award as the Lady Spikers completed a three-peat. She decided to forego her last playing year.    Looking back, she knew she went through a lot. “Naaalala ko nung first time akong maglaro, my debut game in the UAAP. Sobrang dami kong bashers and to think wala pa masyado o hindi pa sikat ng social media nun pero ang dami ko nang bashers,” recalled Gumabao. “Kesyo saan daw ako nanggaling o di raw ako magaling. I look weird playing volleyball or bakit ako starter. So many questions, so many doubters, so many haters.” “Kaya siguro I had so much to prove when I started playing volleyball noong college kaya siguro ako ganoon maglaro. Very passionate, very mayabang, maangaas. Kasi ang dami mong paghuhugutan,” she continued. Gumabao admitted that she has mellowed down since then. “Natuto akong mag-slowdown ng kaunti sa mga celebration but of course same effort, same level of play. It’s not all physical, it’s now more on mental ngayon as you get older,” she said. But most of the time people would still tell her that they want to see the college Michele Gumabao brand of play. “Ang daming nagsasabi sa akin nito na they miss the swag, they miss the angas sa loob ng court. I do admit I was different nu’ng college days ko. Medyo may pinapatunayan si ate nu’ng college eh,” said Gumabao.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 10th, 2020

Soul Surfer Bethany Hamilton shares her incredible story on Rich Franklin s Franklin Speaking podcast

Bethany Hamilton’s inspiring story has captured the imagination of millions who have been moved by her unbreakable spirit in the face of adversity.   The American surfer inspired people across the globe when she returned to the sport she loved, despite the loss of her left arm in a shark attack. Her following has continued to grow because of her subsequent success, and recently, her 2019 documentary, Unstoppable, which is currently streaming on Netflix.  Rich Franklin is also no stranger to adversity. He battled for acceptance and success to become recognized as the best middleweight mixed martial artist in the world as UFC Champion, before becoming Vice President of the world’s largest martial arts organization, ONE Championship.  The hall-of-fame athlete has also encountered many fascinating characters during his career, particularly as the host of Rich Franklin’s ONE Warrior Series, and his new video podcast, Franklin Speaking, which takes the audience on a deep dive as he and co-host Jonathan Fong discover their guests’ stories.   Bethany is among the most colorful and inspiring characters Rich has met. After she first got on a board aged 8, she was a precocious talent in the surfing world who gained her first sponsor just a year later. However, aged 13, a shark took her arm when she was out surfing with a friend.  Losing a limb, particularly at such a young age, would have made most ordinary people give up on their dreams of surfing entirely. But despite such a traumatic ordeal, Bethany was back among the waves just a month later and went on to win competitions all over the world.  She also appeared everywhere from Oprah to Ellen and wowed viewers with her exceptional strength of will. Soon, Bethany evolved from being seen as an unfortunate victim into an inspirational role model.    At times, however, being in the limelight comes at a cost. Having made the transformation from the world of education to mixed martial arts, Rich can relate to the prospect of having to adjust to a sudden wave of attention, and asked about that on the show.  “How did you manage? Especially at that age, because I had trouble with this. I used to be a high school teacher and, what seemed like overnight, my life turned into something where people were standing in line for autographs. How did you manage this at the age of 13?”  Bethany’s responses offered a glimpse into just how difficult it was for her to deal will so much attention at such a tender age.  “It took me a long time to get to a place where I was more accepting of it. The only thing that kept me sane was having good friends and surfing. I think over time, I just saw the beauty in storytelling, and sharing my life was really impactful, and I saw the value of that. I wanted to let that be a part of my life.”  The 30-year-old is certainly no stranger to big challenges. There was one, in particular, which left Rich in awe as he quizzed her about surfing ‘Jaws’ in Maui, which is home to some of the biggest waves in the world.  ‘’The wave could literally take out a house. It’s just so enormous and powerful with the type of waves that are death-defying. I’ve always had a drive for bigger surf, even when I was younger. I was always chasing bigger waves than my peers.”  Bethany, now a mother of two, is a multiple award-winner, has had a film and numerous documentaries made about her inspirational life story, and has published eight books. Her latest venture is an online course entitled Unstoppable Year, which she broke down to Rich and Jonathan.   “I’m taking all of the things I’ve learned along the way or the things I’ve done that have empowered me to overcome and kind of live a somewhat unstoppable life. I’m not perfect, but kind of carrying on life with that unstoppable feeling and knowing that we can overcome when tough stuff comes our way, we can be a blessing to others. We can live thoughtfully and we can change our mindset from negative to positive. Every little choice we make can have a huge impact on our future. We’re packaging that into something really rad and life-changing for people. It really is changing people’s lives, so it’s super fun to be a part of.”  The way Bethany tackles conquering adversity and crushing extraordinary challenges impressed Rich, and their chat offered a fascinating look at how far a strong mindset can get you.  Though she was one of the first guests on the show, her story has set a high bar for what’s to come in the future.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 19th, 2020

Local beauty brand gifts self-care kits to women in military

Women soldiers took time out to pose with their gifts of skin care. (Photo courtesy of Public Affairs Branch of Joint Task Force-National Capital Region)CALOOCAN CITY, April.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsApr 13th, 2020

Local beauty brand gifts self-care kits to women in military

Women soldiers took time out to pose with their gifts of skin care. (Photo courtesy of Public Affairs Branch of Joint Task Force-National Capital Region)CALOOCAN CITY, April.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsApr 12th, 2020

The best all-natural skin care solutions you can find at home

Who doesn’t want to look beautiful? But spending on beauty products or making constant visits to the dermatologist can be costly. CDN Digital is giving you some tips on how to look flawless at a minimal cost. You may not realize it, but there are several items in your kitchen that you can use to […] The post The best all-natural skin care solutions you can find at home appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 22nd, 2020

Physical, material needs don’t satisfy us

  MANY of our older generation might still remember the Hollywood “sex goddess” Marylene Monroe of the 1950s? Monroe had everything – beauty, fame, money – but despite all this, deep down she was unhappy and her life empty. One morning she was found dead in her room. She had committed suicide by taking an […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsMar 14th, 2020

CEO starts business with P2,500 in capital

Leo Ortiz, the founder and CEO of Rising Dragon Beauty & Wellness Trading Corp., recalls that he started his business with just P2,500 in initial capital.  Today, the 33-year-old serial entrepreneur directly employs 50 and indirectly supports hundreds more in various businesses such as beauty and wellness products, skin care services and restaurant and resort management......»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2020

Caring beyond beauty

Bioessence, a premium skin and body wellness center designed to provide complete non-invasive services, has celebrated its 25 years in the business......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsDec 20th, 2019

Simplicity wins

  AT last, a beauty with very short hair gets to win and wear the crown. Miss South Africa, Zozibini Tunzi, Miss Universe 2019, stood out and that’s why she won. She was beautiful, like all the other girls, but not Barbie-beautiful. With color, skin, hair, smiles, a brand all her own, capped by a […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsDec 11th, 2019

Dimples Romana endorser na rin ng personal accident insurance

PAGKATAPOS maging endorser ng beauty product na Skin Magical, may bagong ini-endorse na ulit ngayon si Dimples Romana na kilala rin bilang si Daniela Mondragon ng hit ABS-CBN series na Kadenang Ginto. Pormal na ipinakilala si Dimples ng Agile Insurance Agency bilang ambassador ng JuanLife Personal Accident Insurance nitong Miyerkules, Nov. 27 sa EDSA Shangri-la […] The post Dimples Romana endorser na rin ng personal accident insurance appeared first on Pinoy Parazzi......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinoyparazziRelated NewsNov 29th, 2019

How beauty queens Gazini Ganados, Emma Tiglao, Resham Saeed handle bashers

MANILA, Philippines – It's not easy preparing for an international pageant, especially when you're representing a country that's obsessed over pageants. At least 3 Binibining Pilipinas 2019 queens are neck-deep in preparing for their respective pageant assignments.  And, somehow, they remain positive and focused despite the bashing and disruptions along the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2019

Blackpink s Lisa deemed ‘most beautiful woman’ in Asia. Would Alden agree?

The Thai beauty-turned-K-pop star was praised in for having porcelain skin, long blonde hair, and being the most attractive among Blackpink “in terms of American beauty standards.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 14th, 2019