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Try these until the year ends!
In case the cooler temperature hasn't looped you in, we've officially entered a new season for beauty. Yes, even though we don't exactly have fall or winter, we have the Ber months to prep and look amazing for here in the tropics.
Ready for some color?
If 2016 was the year of dewy, highlighted skin and liquid matte lips, 2017 is focusing on putting color back into our faces. Beauty trends from decades past are making comebacks in their more wearable versions, too, so prepare yourself for major
Flowers for spring? Divine.
Florals being a lowkey fashion faux-pas for spring is a concept slowly dissipating into nothing. It's the fashion cycle wheels turning on itself again, letting go of the brakes and zooming towards a blooming garden in the form of London Fashion Week,
Welcome to sparkle town.
Beauty giants for the Fall/Winter 2016 runways in all parts of the world are not shy with expressing their love for glitter. Everyone seems to be in agreement that it's time we bring some shine back into our lives. So as we
Arizona Muse dishes on beauty tips, modelling secrets, and being a Modern Muse.
They grace the catwalk with their lengthy gams and fill up glossies with their mesmerizing stares. They’re more than just clothes hangers – they are models and for some, muses.But what really is the job description of a muse? Are they just
MAC's Director of Artistry, Gregory Arlt breaks down each wearable runway trend.
Head’s up, beauty girls, MAC Cosmetics’ Spring/Summer 2014 trends can actually be worn in real life. This season is all about freshness, femininity, and health; it directly contrasts with the head on, gothic grunge, and haunted shadows of last year's Autumn/Winter 2013 trends.
MAC Makeup Artist Amber D sheds light on how to turn the key A/W 2013 trends from runway to real way.
MAC Cosmetics has surprised us yet again with fearless runway trends. The Autumn/Winter 2013 trends pay homage to the undone, worn-in beauty of grunge '90s and the strong intensity of the unofficial favorite color of fashion people: black. From the punchy tints
Bring the high fashion home with nine makeup looks that don't need a team of stylists to recreate on your own.
In the local fashion scene, Philippine Fashion Week and L'Oreal Paris are the ultimate power couple. For the Spring/Summer 2012 shows, the beauty brand enlisted the help of Christine Duque to head their team of artists in creating looks to complement each
Dewy neutrals and iridescent hues shined at the duo's runway presentation.
While its hard to imagine brighter, sunnier days in October, Jun Escario and James Reyes' show for Fashion Watch Summer 2012 gave us all a glimpse of what to look forward to in summer with models aglow with fresh, dewy skin. The former
From pink eyelids to crimped hair, we give you a rundown on the nine beauty looks from the emerging designers' showcase.
For this year's PEFTA presentation, we saw nine very different young designers come together to showcase their ingenious spins on classic shapes, unusual fabrics and ultimately to guide give us a glimpse of the future of Philippine Fashion. Under the hair and
Fashion Watch closes with an explosion of kinky curls and scarlet gloss.
After a Fashion Watch season of more smokey eyes than we can count and multiple reincarnations of the messy updo, the series closes with the packed shows of Ivarluski Aseron and Joey Samson. As the photos will probably clue you in, it
Scarlet shades dominate during this haute showcase.
In beauty, when we think red, our minds immediately presume lips. But in Ferdi Abuel and Jojie Lloren's Fashion Watch 2011 shows, red was used in a more unconvential way—as shadow. A bright raspberry was brushed onto the model's lids, from the
Bold makeup trends whip up a storm at this duo's runway presentation.
We often hear that heavily shadowed eyes are best paired with a bare visage and bright flushed cheeks best accent the typical curled-lash peepers. But who's to say you can't veer from cookie-cutter faces and set new standards? For Alex Bitong and
Dove grey smokey eyes paired with coral lips paves the way for these two designer's saturated jewel tones.
Smokey eyes are one trick of the trade that every woman must master. But just like every other makeup trend, the rules are never concrete and there is always room to play around with color. At Oj Hofer and Dennis Lustico's Fashion
Warm neutrals and winged liner framed faces for some fierce braids.
Although Jerome Lorico and Ito Curata weren't exactly the most likely pair of designers to show together, they were able to find common ground on two main beauty details: peach lips and the crafty use of braids.For Jerome's show, models emerged with
Fresh, dewy skin sets the stage for one designer's brights and the other's neutrals.
When adapting makeup looks from the runway, women sometimes have the misconception that more is more. But as we saw at Arcy Gayatin and Norman Noriega's Fashion Watch shows, less can definitely be more. For the dewy faces that sashayed down the
Two contrasting looks that make the perfect transition from day to night.
Magazines often preach about how women can easily change up their look from day to night in ten minutes flat. Easy in concept, totally transforming your makeup is often harder to actually achieve by yourself in a short amount of time.But in
Bare faces and juicy red lips take centerstage at this duo's Fashion Watch showing.
Not every makeup look you try on has to scream. As Patrice Ramos-Diaz and Philip Rodriguez's Fashion Watch shows clearly displayed, simple really is chic. While most of the time, we're tempted to pile on the product, Patrick Rosas and his team
Black khol and shimmering red equaled glamour for this designer's runway.
If there was one makeup trend that emerged during the Fashion Watch 2011 shows, it was definitely the abundance of the smokey eye. Whether paired with pastel pink lips, modern orange or nude, there is no easier way to update a basic
Classic smokey eyes paired with pastel lips for these two designers' decadent showing.
For the second Fashion Watch 2011, models were kept looking fresh and fierce at the same time with a steely eye and either a blast of pepto bismol pink on the lips (for Joel Escober's show) or a luxe flesh-toned gloss (for