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From The Editor: Get Kikay With Beauty Month s 'ABSCBNLifestyleInspo—Gabs Gibbs

The stylish makeup junkie and beauty guru is our youngest guest editor yet!.....»»

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From The Editor: Get Kikay With This Beauty Month s 'ABSBNLifestylInspo—Gabs Gibbs

The stylish makeup junkie and beauty guru is our youngest guest editor yet!.....»»

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ABS-CBN Lifestyle Asks Bb. Pilipinas 2018 Winners: What Stresses You Out As A Beauty Queen?

"It’s important not to let bad comments define who you are.".....»»

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11 Essentials to add to your school makeup kit

School is officially in full swing! Stash these beauty products in your bag to help you get through a whole day in school......»»

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The case for ‘calibrated modesty’ —why you must tell your story

Our Lifestyle staffer expressed what must be a one-in-100-million opinion about the lotto with the P1-billion stake: "Why should I (buy a ticket)? I have beauty and brains. To have P1 billion more is a bit much. God won't like that. Leave that to others." We didn't ask if she was serious; we presumed she was---not caring to join the long lotto queues when gas, food (even vegetable) prices were up, and the peso is expected to dip some more. She clearly keeps stock of what she has---beauty and brains. That will do for now (perhaps until the peso goes down to P58:$1). She and I belong to the "sandwich generation" which, wedged in between parents who survived the world war and our Gen ...Keep on reading: The case for ‘calibrated modesty’ —why you must tell your story.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

The power of two

Visit us on Instagram To be You; Facebook: To be You; e-mail inq.tobeyou@gmail.com Two is always better than one---even for makeup. Save time, money and kit space with the unconventional use of your makeup staples. These dual-purpose tips may even come in handy during fashion emergencies. We sourced the counters of SM Beauty and Watsons for items that render double duty. MATTE BROWN EYE SHADOW Made for: Eyelids Can also be used on: Hollows of the cheeks as contour; lips as a mattifying color How to: With a contouring brush, apply it like you would your usual contouring powder. Pick a shade that's more taupe and avoid reddish browns as these make your contour unflattering a...Keep on reading: The power of two.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 10th, 2018

Naomi Osaka headed for big money with Japan, global appeal

By Yuri Kageyama, Associated Press TOKYO (AP) — Naomi Osaka used a powerful forehand and a matching serve to win the U.S. Open against Serena Williams two months ago, soaring as high as No. 4 this season in the WTA tennis rankings. Off the court — on the marketing front — she has the same potential. Maybe more. "It's very, very rare to find a Japanese-born female athlete who appeals to an international audience," said Bob Dorfman, a sports marketing expert and creative director at Baker Street Advertising in San Francisco, California. Serena Williams topped the Forbes list of the highest-earning female athletes this year at $18 million, almost all endorsements. Osaka appears to be the right woman in the right sport at the right time with the draw to overtake Williams. "What's more, tennis, especially women's tennis, is a sport that lends itself to a broad variety of sponsors: sporting goods, health and beauty, fashion, lifestyle, travel, personal care, you name it," Dorfman said. "And the sport's international following brings with it a large, loyal and affluent fan base. All the more reason why so many companies are lining up to sign her up." The big question is: Can she keep this up? Much has happened very quickly for her, notes former tennis star Chris Evert. "You know, it's going to be life-changing for her and very, very important," Evert said. "From what I see, she is very humble and from what I see, her parents are very humble people. Hopefully they won't go Hollywood on us. We don't want that to happen." Osaka's multicultural background — Japan-born but raised in the U.S. by a Haitian-American father and a Japanese mother — adds to her wide appeal, endearing her to fans in Japan and elsewhere. Her disarming charm, off and on the court, including how she handled the turmoil surrounding her win over Williams, is also winning people over. "She appeals to the young and old, men and women, everyone," said Shigeru Tanaka, advertising manager at Citizen, her sponsor since August. Tokyo-based Citizen Watch Co.'s 80,000 yen ($700) Naomi Osaka watch is selling out at stores in Japan, thanks to the exposure it got on her wrist at the U.S. Open. Citizen was quick to take advantage of her Grand Slam win, taking out a one-third page ad in the Yomiuri newspaper's extra edition report of her win. Companies won't say how much her contracts are worth, but they tend to be written so that if she keeps winning, her earnings will keep going up. If one company won't pay, another will just snatch her up, marketing experts say. Although Japanese baseball players like Ichiro and Shohei Ohtani are superstars, that sport doesn't have the global appeal of tennis. There are Olympians, but their appeal tends to come and go every four years. Japan is "just starving for a star," Evert said. Osaka has been wearing various Citizen watches in matches and in photo ops and has told reporters the first watch she got from her mom was a Citizen. She has also said her father drove a Nissan while she was growing up — another in a growing line of sponsors. Besides Citizen, Osaka has deals with instant noodle-maker Nissin Foods Group, Japanese badminton and tennis racket maker Yonex Co., and athletic-wear and sneaker giant Adidas. Nissan Motor Co. signed Osaka as its three-year "brand ambassador" in September. The deal was in the works for a while, but the timing couldn't have been better, coming right after the U.S. Open. The Yokohama-based automaker is mulling a "Naomi Osaka model" car. She is also getting keys to a silver GT-R sports car. Investing in Osaka enhances brand image for the long-term, said Masao Tsutsumi, general manager in charge of Osaka-related marketing at Nissan. He said her transformation from "every girl" to superstar parallels the automaker's commitment to technological innovation. "She also is such a nice person while being utterly professional," he added. Yonex has been supplying rackets to Osaka since she was 10, after receiving a letter from her mother. The Osaka effect is evident in the growing popularity of Yonex rackets among younger Americans, the company says. Appearing before Yonex employees in Tokyo, Osaka drew affectionate laughter by insisting on addressing the crowd in Japanese, though she managed only a few words, including "onaji," or "the same," says Nori Shimojo, the company's official in charge of tennis player service. At just 21, Osaka's got plenty of time to learn the language of her birthplace if she wants to. As for her sponsorship windfall, she is shrugging it all off. "I wouldn't really know because I have never been in this territory," she said during a recent tournament in Singapore. "For me, I just focus on my matches, and, I mean, like I'm a tennis player, so I just play tennis." ___ Sandra Harwitt in Singapore contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 9th, 2018

Tailored treatments, beauty regimens and sleep rituals

  I've been thinking about rituals lately. It seems every important goal of humans is built on rituals. When it comes to skincare, we don't have to look far to see how each person has a routine tailored to their concerns. Erin Menk is no different.   A mom of two, she manages to balance work with a healthy lifestyle. She's also particular about the treatments she gets to maintain her beautiful skin. She doesn't swear by just one. Menk has five favorites from The Aivee Clinic, first of which is the Aivee Total Lift.   "The results are amazing and immediate," Menk says. "In 30 minutes, my face is naturally refreshed and rejuvenated and I feel five years yo...Keep on reading: Tailored treatments, beauty regimens and sleep rituals.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 9th, 2018

Erin Menk on her favorite beauty treatments

Erin Menk is one woman to admire. A mom of two, she manages to balance work with a healthy lifestyle. On her Instagram page, you'll notice she has a zest of life as shown in her family photos by the pool, her fashion choices, and how she always shares her current food picks that will encourage you to pursue that diet you need. I'm lucky I got to catch up with her as she shares that's she also quite the beauty girl. She picked out a couple of her favorite treatments from The Aivee Clinic. 1. Aivee Total Lift "This is one of my favorite "anti-ageing" solutions because it can really address the facial areas of concern in ways I never thought was possible. Essentially, Aivee Tot...Keep on reading: Erin Menk on her favorite beauty treatments.....»»

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Meet Gabs Gibbs

Meet Gabs Gibbs.....»»

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