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Filipinta just launched their Diwata collection and it's so ethereal!
CGs, we know you'd travel to far-off places or pay shipping fee after shipping fee just to get your holy grail makeup and skincare from wherever in the world they come from. But before you book your next plane
Holiday season is quickly approaching (side note: How is it October rn?!) and you already know Rihanna has BIG plans for some amazing festive Fenty Beauty products. Case in point: On October 3, she gave fans a sneak peek of a new
CEO and founder Nina Dizon dishes everything!
ICYDK, local makeup brand Colourette Cosmetics is only three years old. As of writing, they have over 100,000 followers on Instagram, countless lipsticks + lip tints, and a celeb collaboration under its belt. Can you believe they're just getting started?
Get to know more about the actress' new beauty line!
Anne Curtis' latest baby, BLK Cosmetics, stands for "black," the actress' favorite color. According to her, it represents the essence of her makeup brand: Classic, timeless, simple, and uncomplicated.As a self-confessed beauty addict, Anne is very passionate about BLK Cosmetics.
Where did 'Revlon,' 'Clinique,' and 'Estee Lauder' come from?
Have you ever wondered how your favorite makeup and skincare brands came up with their iconic names?3CE: Three Concept Eyes is based on three things to love about Korea: Beauty trends, charm, and confidence! [H/t:]AERIN: Named after
It's possible, CGs!
When NYC-based beauty brand Glossier announced that they would be offering international shipping, we thought, "Finally! We can start ordering (and hoarding) our favorite products from them." But sadly, that wasn't to be the case. According to Into The Gloss,
FYI, it's not 'lah-nej.'
When YouTuber Joan Kim came out with a video on the proper pronunciation of Korean brands, we thought, "Why not create something like that, but focus on the ones Pinays love?" And so we did! From CosRX and Innisfree to Laneige, watch
Simple, practical, and beautiful!
Gone are the days of beauty products housed in highly detailed and extravagant packaging. Today, it's all about clean and crisp designs that are excellent for traveling or being on-the-go-if there's one thing to say about millennials,
Pretty, pretty please!
The beauty industry has been expanding and growing quicker than ever, especially with the popularity of YouTube vloggers and bloggers. Brands now come out with multiple collections and collaborations every year, and the cosmetics and skincare landscape in the Philippines today looks
There goes our money.
Instagram/goopThere are celebrity endorsers, and then there are celebrity entrepreneurs. Shaking things up in the world of beauty are famous faces who have created their own brand of pampering products. Here are six we can't wait to get our hands