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Make-up was actually not my thing. I grew up without knowing much about it and when I went to college, my boyfriend who is now my husband doesn’t really mind if I wear anything on my face or not. He will always tell me, just like maybe any other boyfriends, “maganda ka na kahit walang make-up” (you are pretty already even without make-up). Even when I started working in an office, I rarely use lipstick, and my compact powder was seldom used.Imagine my surprise when I learned that my soon-to-be in laws were the opposite...

I have been a P&G brand user ever since. Most of the time I am not aware that I had been loyal to their brands since I started having my own money and buying my personal needs. I’ve used their shampoo (Pantene) and soap products (Safeguard), and now I’m using mostly their detergent (Ariel) and fabric conditioner brands (Downy).I haven’t been into brands but I was just made aware of this when I was able to sign up to Everyday Me. It was a sponsored post to Like and Sign Up to EverydayMe and their promoted photo was...

Here’s one unique set of pampering products that I am very delighted to share here in my blog 1. because it’s very unique and 2. because I truly enjoy using them. It’s a pair of Foot Confidence Socks and a little jar of Foot Confidence Balm from Nature Essentials. When I received these products, I thought I saw an ordinary pair of socks and a bottle of foot scrub gel. Foot Confidence Socks This pair of cotton socks has tiny rubberized designs on its soles to make it safe and not slippery when you walk with them in your...

I’ve always been enamored with beautiful women and I enjoy watching beauty contests, especially the question and answer portions. It’s not because I enjoy the after-program articles where Filipinos enjoy mocking the contestants because of their wrong answers and poor grammar. It’s because I envy these women who have the guts to go on stage, show their beauty and answer difficult questions. I imagine how pressured they are on stage, how painful their faces are because of continuous smiling, and how they pray that the contest...

“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.” I personally don’t believe so. For me, true beauty is deep within and sometimes impossible to be seen. You have to experience it, be immersed on it, and be inspired by it before it can be deemed as something worthy. These realizations came to me that night when I met these women who had real inspiring beauty which is...

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