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Find out their best-kept secrets for achieving celebrity brows!
Perfecting your brows is no easy feat. Finding the right shape, product, and technique can take a lot of time, patience, plus a ton of practice. There's also an array of trends to try but if you prefer a soft, natural look,
She has a huge perfume collection, too!
"It's really trial and error. Be prepared to spend!" admits makeup artist Gela Laurel-Stehmeier when asked how girls can start building their arsenal of beauty products. In fact, she believes that discovering the perfect regimen is a matter of being bold enough
They're a beauty match made in heaven!
Do you get that odd, annoying feeling whenever someone puts makeup on you and you end up looking like a totally different person? For these celebs, that's a big no-no. Inside this month's issue, Preview talked to some of the industry's prettiest faces
She even wrote her own cover story.
It's all about beauty this October. Lea Salonga is having a mod moment on our cover and sports iconic looks from the '50s until the '90s inside the issue. For the first time in Preview history, our very own cover girl pens
Gela Laurel-Stehmeier takes us to Dumaguete, the city where she grew up!
Published in Preview Magazine's May 2007 issue.Makeup artist, soon-to-be mommy and the sister of a famous designer, Gela Laurel-Stehmeier, has been visiting the city of Dumaguete ever since she was born. She knows ever nook and crook, and would be able to suggest
House of Laurel welcomes Style Bible into their fashionable home.
Home, indeed, is where the heart is. It was, to say the least, the ambience one feels the moment she steps into the House of Laurel. Only, it is not quite a residence but a shop that the Laurel family runs.House of
Kim paints the town red, white and black for the cover of October's
Whereas full bangs, razor sharp liner and red lips wouldn't normally equate to the name Kim Chiu, for this Preview October 2010 issue, they do.Makeup artist Gela Laurel-Stehmeier created a haute transition from Kim's usual peaches and cream look with stark lines, shapes and