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Review: I Tried This World-Famous Steakhouse in BGC

It was a juicy, tender taste of New York.
What: The globally-acclaimed Wolfgang's Steakhouse, serving up some of the best steaks in the world, very recently opened its third branch in the Philippines, right in the heart of bustling BGC.The revered, upscale chophouse promises a great dining experience—it offers strictly USDA Prime Black
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We Tried These Beauty Queen-Approved Lipsticks and Here's What We Think

Beauty queens like Rachel Peters, Venus Raj, Ariella Arida, Karen Galman, and Gabriella Isler all swear by it!
A lipstick is perhaps the one indispensable beauty item in a lady's purse. One swipe of a rich rouge can set the tone of your day or change your mood, even. This is probably why beauty pageant queens pay close attention to
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Here’s Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Watch Every Brilliant Thing

Here's what we think about Teresa Herrera's gripping one-woman show.
Teresa Herrera stars in Every Brilliant Thing, an interactive one-woman show produced by The Sandbox Collective, which tackles the timely topic of mental health. Here, she starts off as a naïve wide-eyed, idyllic seven-year-old who’s dedicated on cheering her mother up from
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I Own Over 20 Peach Blushes—These Are the 5 I Always Use

My Fab Five for peach-tinged cheeks, basically.
Before living coral makeup became a huge trend, I've always had specific reasons for semi-exclusively wearing peach blush. First is my acne-prone skin, which by default makes me very prone to redness—an issue pink blush tends to accentuate. In fact, I used
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Review: What Is the Dyson Airwrap and Why Is It Always Sold Out?

We tried the viral hair tool and here's what happened.
I have what most consider as typical "Asian hair." It's dark and straight, with fine strands that resist most kinds of processing and heat styling. For this reason, my general experience with curling irons is sporadic. My hair is frizzy to start
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Here's Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Watch "Kingdom"

Are you ready for Netflix’s first ever zombie K-drama?
When Netflix revealed back in November that they’re producing their very first Korean drama, we didn’t really know what to expect. During their See What's Next: Asia event, we were given a preview of this then-secret show starring Ju Ji-Hoon (Along with
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Here's Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Watch "Sex Education"

Warning: minor spoilers ahead.
Starring Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, and newcomer Emma Mackey, Netflix's Sex Education tells the story of an awkward and sexually repressed teen who's convinced by the school's resident badass to set up a sex therapy clinic with her. His credentials? A few
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Review: We Found Pigmented Eyeshadow Palettes at the Drugstore

We gave BYS' 12-color palettes a try, and here's what we think.
As major eyeshadow fans, we love having options. We especially appreciate palettes with more than four shades, because not only can we create more looks from one product, it urges us to experiment with a different look every time. Granted that we'd
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Here's Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Watch 'You'

Possible spoilers ahead.
Penn Badgley's back to up the ante from his Dan Humphrey days and it has all the makings of an oddly alluring sleeper hit. Based on Karoline Kepnes' psychological thriller, You revolves around bookstore manager Joe Goldberg who falls for an aspiring
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Here's Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Watch The Bold Type

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead.
The leading entertainment channel for women in the Philippines is reinventing itself with sassier and bolder shows to inspire a whole new generation of Filipinas. That said, ETC is finally bringing The Bold Type to our local TV screens. An American comedy-drama,
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Review: This Facial Shrank My Pores After Just One Session

Goodbye, enlarged pores!
I’ll be honest: Im not a big fan of facials. I have sensitive, acne-prone skin and I’m also susceptible to scarring. But when I heard of this facial treatment that’s safe for troubled skin and targets issues like enlarged pores, redness, oiliness,
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Here's Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Watch Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

It's coming just in time for Halloween!
In Netflix's version of Dan DeCarlo and George Gladir's Sabrina the Teenage Witch, gone is the comedic flare of the beloved 1996 ABC sitcom. Rehashed for a more mature audience, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina takes the beloved witch to darker heights as she faces malicious forces,
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Review: This Iridescent Smartphone Takes Great Photos During Nighttime

Its AI-powered camera even recognizes what it’s pointed at.
The Honor 10 is the world's first phone with an artificial intelligence (AI) processor. According to its website, this "enables deep learning based on user behavior, ensuring that your smartphone truly understands you." Creepy? Maybe, but you have to admit it's pretty
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We Wore The SM Store Items to the Preview Ball

Spoiler alert: We had loads of fun!
The Preview Ball is one of the biggest fashion events of the year. At the ball, we celebrate our Best Dressed listers and it is only fitting that we come in our most stylish selves. Every year, we make sure to prepare
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Review: This Drugstore Foundation Kept My Face Matte All Day

Oily-skinned girls, read up!
Revlon's Photoready Insta-Filter Foundation is a liquid foundation that uses high-definition filter technology to softly blur imperfections under lights, like an Instagram filter in a bottle. It has a built-in blending sponge to help buff the foundation into the skin to achieve
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Review: This 5-Step Skincare Routine Gave Me Clearer, Tighter Pores

I ditched my old beauty regimen and tried Origins' Original Skin line for two weeks.
The products under Origins’ Original Skin line all have one active ingredient in common: willowherb. It’s a flower known to withstand very extreme environments, so much so that “it’s the first plant to blossom on scorched earth.” According to studies, this plant