Maximize your lip and cheek tint for a healthy and natural look

If there’s one makeup product that can easily give you that instant glow, it’s the popular lip and cheek tint. Even better, Ever Bilena has made the product much easier to apply with the new EB Lip and Cheek Roller (P125).

The country’s leading makeup brand offers tips on how to maximize the EB Lip and Cheek Roller like a professional:

Bring and use it everywhere. EB Lip and Cheek Roller is convenient to use anytime, anywhere as it comes in roller form to avoid messy application. It can also be your ‘make-up-on-the-go’ because it can fit in your small bags and pouches.

Use it for your lips. Achieve healthy-looking lips by prepping with a lip exfoliation product to remove dry skin. You can also swipe gloss over lips or blend with moisturizer to ensure that your lips are soft and smooth the whole day. Make sure your lips are clean and dry before applying the tint. For a more fun and playful look, try the gradient lip. Dab the EB Lip and Cheek Roller at the center of your lips then smack them together to blend the color towards the edges. Top with your concealer or foundation and add more tint to the center if the color is too light. With clean fingers or a brush, blend the edges to soften the look.

Blush for your cheeks. EB Lip and Cheek Roller is a water-based product than can easily dry upon application. To avoid patchy or uneven application, roll the product first on the back of your clean hand. Using your index, middle and ring fingers together (Note: Wash your hands before doing this  and wipe roller clean after every use), dab tint from your hand to your cheeks then blend upwards from apples of cheeks towards hairline for a more natural flushed look. You can also pat some over the bridge of the nose for the “drunk blush” look.

Tint for your eyes. EB Lip and Cheek Roller works as an eyeshadow too! For a monochromatic look, dab your clean ring finger on your preferred tint shade and then lightly pat and blend it on your eyelids. Be sure to work fast as it dries easily. For more depth, play around with the different shades. Use the lightest pink shade all over the eyelids as a transitional color and then apply the darker pink shade from the outer corner of the lids, blending inwards for a more seamless makeup look.

Care for your tint. EB Lip and Cheek Roller is FDA-approved. It is also Paraben-free, fragrance- and flavor-free. To maintain its quality, store your roller tints in a cool, clean and dry place. Also, it is best to avoid sharing roller tints for hygienic reasons.

The EB Lip and Cheek Roller is available in Uptown Red, Night Berry and Red to Go. New shades have also been developed for other skin tones – Mandarin Muse, Toast of New York, Whipped Blush, Coral Crush and Red Bomb.

The EB Lip and Cheek Roller is available at any Ever Bilena counter in leading supermarkets, drugstores, convenience stores and department stores nationwide. To learn more about Ever Bilena and its products, visit www.everbilena.com.ph and Facebook page www.facebook.com/everbilenacosmetics and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/everbilenaofficial/

 

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Prominent Asian implant surgeons in convention

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Prominent Asian implant surgeons in convention. Top implant surgeons from Asia: James I-Sheng Huang from Taiwan, Sok Chenh Chhean from Cambodia and Gary Brillo from Manila were recently featured as key speakers at the 27th Philippine Academy of Implant Dentistry (PAID) Annual Convention and Induction Ceremony at the Okada Hotel Manila. Convention theme was “Honing Skills towards a Wider Horizon.” The implant experts share their knowledge and expertise on dental implantology and the latest developments in the field. Also at the convention was PAID president Dr. Levy Louie Villaruel (seated at the center).The convention was co-presented by Straumann, the world’s leader in implant, restorative and regenerative dentistry, exclusively distributed by GT Industries in the Philippines.

A tech-citing Cybermonth kickoff

Techies and leading tech brands gathered at SM Mall of Asia to get the latest buzz on gadgets, games, and deals as SM Supermalls kicks off Cybermonth last August 3 to 4.

“With all the month-long deals and discounts on tech, SM’s Cybermonth celebration pushes us closer to our goal of becoming the country’s must-visit tech destination,” said Jonjon San Agustin, SM Supermalls senior vice president for marketing.

Guests were given an exclusive preview of the latest gadgets, and tech-citing deals and discounts that await shoppers at SM’s Cybermonth.

The official partner of Cyberzone, Speed Magazine, gathered gamers from various tech media outfits to battle for this year’s championship of Geek Wars.

Indeed, game geeks and gadget lovers have much to look forward to at SM’s Cybermonth celebration. Shoppers can enjoy month-long promos on the latest gizmos with up to 50% discount in participating stores and tech brands.

As part of SM’s #AweSM 60-year celebration and Cybermonth, #AweSM tech finds and deals will give shoppers more value from August 24 to 26 at SM Supermalls. Shoppers can experience 60-themed deals, such as pay only 60%, less Php60, or pay only Php60 on #AweSM items in participating stores.

No matter what your tech interest is – whether it be e-sports, gaming, virtual reality, music, or photography – there will be something for you at Cyberzone! For more information, visit www.smsupermalls.com

 

 

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Celebration of tech, gadgets, and gaming at SM Cybermonth

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SM Supermalls kickstarts the month of August with great deals and discounts
on tech in celebration of SM’s Cybermonth 2018.

SM Supermalls takes game geeks and gadget lovers on an experiential journey this August with Cybermonth, a month-long celebration of the latest gadget trends, exclusive tech deals, and gaming events at SM malls nationwide.

“The Cybermonth celebration will be extraordinary with fun on-ground gaming activities, the latest gadget finds, and great cyber deals,” said Jonjon San Agustin, SM Supermalls SVP for marketing.

Gadget lovers will enjoy month-long promos and discounts on the latest gizmos at the Gadget Sale with up to 50% discount in participating stores. All weekends of August will become more delightful as shoppers experience a tech-citing showcase of the newest gadgets at the Tech X-hibit.

Cosplay fans will feast their eyes on the country’s top anime characters as they come to life in a series of competitions and parades at the Cosplay Festival happening on all weekends of August! Game geeks can show off their skills on all Saturdays of the month as the Gamer’s Corner indulges them with experiential mobile, PC, and console gaming tournaments and popular video games.

On all Sundays of August, drop by the Digital Photography Workshops where you can discover different tips and tricks of flying drones and mobile photography. Shoppers can go on a fun #AweSM Logo Hunt, an augmented reality powered activity to collect as many #AweSM logos on August 25 and 26 to win exciting freebies and discounts!

On top of all these, as part of SM’s #AweSM 60-year celebration and Cybermonth, #AweSM tech finds and deals will give shoppers more value from August 24 to 26 at SM Supermalls. Shoppers can experience 60-themed deals, such as pay only 60%, less Php60, or pay only Php60, on #AweSM items in participating stores.

No matter what your tech interest is – whether it be e-sports, gaming, virtual reality, music, or photography – there will be something for you at Cyberzone! For more information, visit www.smsupermalls.com.

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For exclusive news about SM Supermalls, visit http://www.smsupermalls.com or follow SM’s official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; and get an insider access to all the fun happenings at SM Supermalls nationwide through SM’s Viber Public Chat. Tweet your thoughts, upload and share your photos about your memorable moments at SM, then use its official hashtag #EverythingsHereAtSM.

National University to open UAAP Season 81 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena

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Watch UAAP Season 81, the biggest sports event of the year, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena with special performances by James Reid and Spongecola.

Celebrate and show off campus pride as the National University hosts UAAP Season 81, drumming up a bigger and bolder season opening ceremony, packed with fun surprises and special performances from Spongecola, James Reid, and more happening on September 8 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena!

After hosting its 75th season in 2012, the biggest collegiate sports league in the Philippines makes a comeback to the home of the Bulldogs, National University, for UAAP Season 81 – treating athletes, students, and sports fans alike with a must-experience season opening.

“This season, we will bring the best out of our student-athletes as we showcase different sports events for the most-awaited university sports league in the country,” said Nilo Ocampo, president of the Board of Managing Directors of UAAP.

Don’t miss out on one of the biggest sports event of the year as school spirit comes alive this September at the UAAP Season 81 at the MOA Arena – it all begins here.

For updates on UAAP Season 81 tickets, visit https://smtickets.com/.

Trade In for a TechnoMarine

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Trade In for a TechnoMarine. For those who are keen to own a TechnoMarine watch, here is your chance! TechnoMarine is running the “No Time To Wait Tour” that will let you trade in a pre-loved wrist watch – of any brand in working condition – for a TechnoMarine watch at a 40 percent discount in participating branches.

Catch the TechnoMarine “No Time To Wait Tour” and trade in to own the TechnoMarine watch you have always wanted at the following branches and on the following dates: August 11, 2018 at Edsa Shangri-La Mall in Mandaluyong City; August 12, 2018 at Greenbelt 3 in Makati City; August 18, 2018 at TriNoma Mall in Quezon City; August 19, 2018 at SM North Edsa Main Wing in Quezon City; August 25, 2018 at SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City; and lastly at August 26, 2018 at SM Megamall. The trade in is time bound and can only be offered within 1:00PM to 6:00PM in each stop.

TechnoMarine timepieces instill a carefree coastal resort spirit with their water-inspired elements. A bright mix of colors and premium components let urban souls dream of international destinations when sporting the watches by innovative designers who enthusiastically develop eachcollection concept.

 

For more information, follow @TechnoMarinePH in Facebook and Instagram

 

Essilor Eye Can Succeed campaign wins award at the 16th Philippine Quill Awards

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Essilor Eye Can Succeed campaign wins award at the 16th Philippine Quill Awards. Essilor’s Eye Can Succeed has once again bagged awards from yet another prestigious award-giving body, the 2018 Philippine Quill Awards held at the Marriott Grand Ballroom. Essilor’s Eye Can Succeed, which received the merit award for Communication Management under the Corporate Social Responsibility category, aims to help Filipino senior high school students achieve better sight by providing free eye check-ups and giving free eyeglasses to those in need. The Eye Can Succeed campaign is a program launched last year by Essilor Vision Foundation (EVF), the philanthropic arm of Essilor which is committed to eliminating poor vision and providing underprivileged people the opportunity to live a better life through better sight. The Philippine Quill Awards is presented by the local division of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), and honors dedication, innovation and passion of communicators on a global scale. For more information, visit Essilor’s website at http://www.essilor.com.ph, and follow @EssilorPH on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

A special cooking class on the use of local vegetables

The Hub Series at Discovery Primea’s Flame Restaurant will feature sustainable cuisine in an intimate cooking class on sophisticated and delicious dishes with focus on vegetables.

Supporters of the sustainable food movement and cooking enthusiasts looking for new ways to use local produce and hone their home cooking skills are invited to the cooking class led by Mesa ni Misis’ founder Juana Manahan Yupangco and Discovery Primea’s executive chef Luis Chikiamco at 2:30-5:30 p.m. on Sunday, 5 August 2018.

A collaboration between The Hub Series and Mesa ni Misis, the cooking class hopes to inspire a renewed interest and a deeper appreciation of wellness, healthy eating, and locally grown produce by turning simple ingredients into spectacular dishes. Participants can look forward to an afternoon learning the basics of preparing the most humble vegetables, as well as useful culinary techniques to bring out their best flavors.

Modern and creative recipes inspired by the travels and experiences of Yupangco and Chikiamco include Vegetarian Moussaka, Monggo Stew, Kangkong Dip, Vegetable Ravioli and Sayote Pie.

Fee for each participant in the Hub Series at Flame with Mesa ni Misis is P2,800 net. Limited seats are available and a 50 percent non-refundable down payment is required to book a seat. For payment details, reservations, and inquiries, please e-mail dpmarcomm@discovery.com.ph, or call the Marketing Communications Department at Discovery Primea at +63 2 955 8888.

For more information on upcoming activities, visit discoveryprimea.com or follow Discovery Primea on Facebook and Instagram.

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For more information, contact Margaux Hontiveros

Director of Marketing Communications

Discovery Primea

Telephone: +63 2 955 8888 loc. 7240

mhontiveros@discovery.com.ph

A beginner’s guide to makeup

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The newest Careline Multi Sticks for a better than basic look

If you’re new to makeup and the thought of experimenting with it intimidates you, let Careline, the Filipina teen’s go-to cosmetic brand under Ever Bilena Cosmetics, help you with these better than basic makeup tricks and tips for beginners in using its newest products called Multi Sticks (P205):

Use your fingers. You can now set aside your brushes because the newest Multi Sticks are created to build and blend easily! Apply each product in thin layers then blend with the pads of your fingers (make sure to wash your hands first!), start from center of your face and moving outwards. Using your own fingers to apply these products gives you the most natural skin-like finish and doesn’t look cake-y throughout the wear.

Combat shine and keep face smooth. Want to know the secret behind a polished makeup look? It’s primer! Before applying your favorite foundation, tinted moisturizer or BB Cream, swipe on the Blur Stick all over the face to keep it smooth and oil-free. This will also ensure that your makeup stays in place the whole day.

Hide blemishes. Whether you’re looking to conceal dark circles, large pores, age spots, and other blemishes or you just want to highlight your facial features, the Brighten Stick is the perfect product for that. After putting on your foundation, draw an inverted triangle under the eye to mask dark circles and create an illusion that the face is lifted. Pat it on skin using your ring finger so it’s evenly blended out.

Add definition to your face. Look fierce by adding definition to your face. With the Contour Stick, draw a line along your temples, the hollows of your cheeks, jawline and sides of the nose. Tap area of contour color with your fingers as it can be easily blended into your foundation. Also, this stick has a cool undertone that mimics the natural shadows of your face. (Tip: The Contour Stick is also great as an eyeshadow color)

Brighten your face with pops of color. Add pops of color to the face using the Rose and Peach Sticks. Both work as lipstick, blush, and eyeshadow. For a monochromatic look, dab your preferred color all over the lids and apples of cheeks. Finish off the look by swiping it on your lips.

Keep your glow on. Get the best healthy-looking glow on your face by applying the Strobe Stick on the high points of your cheeks, the inner corners of the eyes, eyebrow bone, bridge of your nose, Cupid ’s bow and chin. Voila! You’re ready to face the day!

Go ahead and experiment with makeup using Careline’s newest Multi Sticks available at any Careline counters at leading supermarkets, drugstores, convenience stores and department stores nationwide.

To know more about Careline, visit https://careline.com.ph/, and follow their social media accounts: www.facebook.com/CarelineCosmetics, www.youtube.com/channel/Careline PH Official, www.instagram.com/CarelinePH

Design Center leads conversations on holistic health, equal opportunity

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On-Off Group strategist Leo Lallana challenges participants to come up with creative solutions as they are instructed to apply Design Thinking in different activites.

The Design Center of the Philippines celebrated recently World Industrial Design Day 2018 with the one-day event Designing Wellness at Robins Design Center on Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.

The annual World Industrial Design Day (WIDD) is an initiative of the World Design Organization, of which the Design Center. It spotlights a United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) and underscores the role of design in achieving the objective. For 2018, with the focus on UN SDG Number 3, holistic health and well-being were highlighted.

In partnership with Robins Design Center, Designing Wellness featured talks, workshops and exhibitions at the Schema, Perchand La Europa showrooms.

Leo Lallana of On-Off Group facilitated a Design Thinking workshop that taught participants to “fail forward” and to come up with solutions tailor-fit for pain-points of businesses.

Participants were presented different challenges during the workshop. One challenge asked them to come up with designs that took into account the insights of their chosen partners.  Activities emphasized empathy and the active seeking of innovative solutions to problems at hand.

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Reimon Gutierrez talked about his philosophy of art as a tool for self-discovery in his Life by Design workshop. He encouraged participants to “visualize wellness”, helping them with the process by instructing them to describe various objects given to them.

The second part of the event, Design Talks, featured talks by homegrown design champions.

Kicking off the series of talks, Melanie Go explained that building biology “addresses the ecological nature of the building – a step forward in harmony and balance with nature” and made the home “our third skin.”

“These homes are meant to protect what’s going on inside and what’s going on outside. We should think about the home as a living organism,” Go said.

A co-founder of Holy Carabao Farms, Go said the well-being of the soil, the animals and the people involved were top priorities in the practice of holistic farming.

Waves for Water Philippines director for operations Jenica Dizon emphasized the importance of immersing one’s self in the source of the problem he/she wanted to solve. She encouraged her audience to help effect change while doing what they were passionate about.

“It’s really hard to advocate for health, for wellness, when people don’t have basic needs,” Dizon noted as she talked about how her passion for aquatic activities evolved into her advocacy to provide clean water for everyone after she saw the plight of indigent communities. She showed the audience the water filter that Waves for Water provided communities to make water clean.

Arooga Health founder Dominique de Leon and Innovable, Inc. chief design officer Christina Guanzon stressed the need for accessibility of design, particularly in relation to their respective advocacies, mental health and a safer world for everyone, able-bodied or not.

“We don’t have convenient access to mental healthcare,” De Leon lamented as he discussed the impetus for Arooga Health, an online application that champions improved mental health policies in the workplace. “Hopefully, together, we could design a future that we’re all excited to see,” he said.

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Melanie Go discusses the modern built environment and the holistic farming practices of Holy Carabao Farms.

“In designing products, you have to design for any possibility,” Guanzon said. She said, as a hearing-impaired person herself, the difficulties she faced in a world that was mainly accessible to differently abled individuals served as the inspiration for Early Action Response System (EARS), a device that would enable deaf wearers to detect threats in their environment.

“To all the designers here, we encourage you to make design inclusive even on the basic level,” Chief Fireball and co-founder of Kick Fire Kitchen Niña Terol said during the fireside chat she moderated.

“We are proud to be at the forefront of sparking the much-needed conversation in ensuring that the physical, mental, social and psychological dimensions of an individual and the community are top priorities in designing wellness,” Design Center of the Philippines Executive Director Rhea Matute said.

The Design Center also partnered with the Saint Brother Jaime Hilario Institute and the School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies of the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde in therecent PWD Entre-ployment Expo 2018.

With a grant from the Embassy of the United States in Manila, the expo promoted equality in employment opportunities for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).

Design Center set up an institutional booth at the Henry Sy Hall in De La Salle University that featured its key services of the agency. It also facilitated a workshop, Do the Dough, that taught the 27 participants techniques they could apply to homemade air-dried dough to create various products that they could sell for a profit.

“The Design Center believes in accessibility as embodied by our accessible design services,” Matute explained. “We hope to continue playing an active role in the advancement of employability of Filipinos, regardless of their conditions.”