5 Filipina Personalities Share Their Beauty Secrets

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These five Filipina personalities clue you in on their favourite beauty products and tips on staying beautiful.  

When we see celebrities or personalities in magazines, newspapers, and on TV, we are amazed by how stunning they look – flawless skin and all. These women surely have a lot on their plates, but how do they really stay beautiful? Granted that they have a backing of a glam team behind them, but at the end of the day, it takes more than that — it’s personal care.

We turn the beauty spotlight on five celebrated women from the Philippines who are known not only for their gorgeous faces, but also being successful in their own fields. They are personalities both young and old Filipinas look up to and consider as “life pegs”. From Happy Skin founder Rissa Mananquil-Trillo, to Philux executive Stephanie Kienle-Gonzalez, learn about their beauty secrets and the exact beauty products they swear by.

Little habits make a difference

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On her beauty secrets: “Make an effort to drink a lot of water, get good sleep and have a good skincare routine. Little habits like these make a world of difference to not just your appearance but to your well-being, too. Beyond trends, that’s ultimately what looking good is all about.”

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On her favourite beauty products: “The Happy Skin Eye Need A Miracle Corrector always makes me look like I had 8 hours of sleep even if I didn’t. The Happy Skin Shut Up & Kiss Me Moisturizing Lippies are our bestselling product! I always carry at least three shades in my bag to keep lips soft and supple with great colour.”

– Rissa Mananquil-Trillo, Happy Skin Cosmetics Founder, Beauty Columnist, and Model

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