How much do the beauty industry workers stand to lose?
Last week, Ako Bicol party-list Rep. Rodel Batocabe made headlines when he proposed the "vanity tax," whereby the government would levy an additional 30% tax on beauty products and services. The suggestion was made as an alternative to excise taxes on
This law literally stinks!
A lot of women were incensed when news broke that Ako Bicol party-list Rep. Rodel Batocabe proposed a 10- to 30-percent excise tax on cosmetic products as an alternative to imposing additional tax on fuel products.Batocabe explained that the
'Kung talagang mabigat na, 'wag ka na mag-makeup, mabubuhay ka naman.'
A nose job in seconds? Why not?!
Avid Instagram users know that the photo-sharing site has also become another online storefront for entrepreneurs. There's an array of hard-to-find products being peddled on IG-among them some unusual personal care products and cosmetics.That's not
We're all for looking good, but not at the expense of our health and safety.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently warned the public against the use of these 10 unregistered cosmetic products:1. Dane Papaya Extract Soap Super Active Skin Whitener2. Verdon Shine Keratin Hair Spa Milk Essence3. A Bonne Milk Powder Lightening Lotion Plus
And it is as glamorous as we all expect.
Renowned shoe and accessory designer Charlotte Olympia has teamed up with MAC Cosmetics to release a limited edition makeup collection inspired by the glitz and glam of Old Hollywood. Check out the fabulous pieces we're dying to get our hands on:
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