It was recently made known to me in my Philosophy class last week just how highly intelligent and progressive babies actually are.
For someone who loves fashion as much as me, you’d think the idea of jetting off to another country with the promises of cold weather and lots of layering would excite me, but in reality, not showing skin has never been one of my strong suits.
Unless you’re a high-grossing celebrity or a public figure with millions of adoring fans, you are likely never going to experience being styled by some of the country’s top fashion visionaries.
But with the recent debut of the #RAFitupwithLizUy campaign, you can now take home gorgeous festive outfits personally curated by the biggest names in the industry like they were tailored and fit just for you.
Skinny jeans and sunburns, fish and chocolate ice cream, and your crush’s DMs and liquid courage– there are just some things in life that don’t go well together, and being cheap and obsessing over skincare is yet another one of them.
Gone are the days when Santa left the bad girls coal under the tree. Today, it’s just as good to be naughty as it is nice.
Last October 12, the BENCH team invited their partner social media creators to the launch of The Faceshop’s product seed line. The event, held at the center of the Atrium in SM Megamall, was set to celebrate the new range of serums spanning from Chia Seed, Green Natural Seed, Mango Seed, to the Energy Seed.
A pretty controversial title for me, I know, but let me explain.
I’ve always been a firm believer in the idea that people should dress for the life they want, not for the life they currently have. Call it what you will, but the Law of Attraction has never failed to work in synchronization with my ambition, so overdressing is a concept that’s always served me well.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored, but all opinions stated are mine and unbiased.
Just this morning, I was watching one of my favorite YouTuber’s latest vlogs where she tested out the new iPhone 11’s camera features through a mini shoot across town. When she tried out the Slo-Mo Selfie, she joked about how awkward she would look trying to pose in slow motion, because she didn’t have the face for it. “If I had really luscious lips, I could bite them or move them around for the picture and still look really good. But since I don’t, I’ll just look stupid!” she joked
This got me thinking: It’s true. Plump lips can make anyone look good, even if you’re doing the most ridiculous facial expressions.
I’m not here to look perfect.
Honestly, I’m really not.