PINOY PRIDE

PhotobucketMoms, we don’t wanna be called “losyang” right? Aside from having little time to put on make-up, we also usually put off buying make-up to give way to more necessary stuff for the family. But now, even on a tight budget, we can afford to splurge on make-up! I don’t normally endorse products in my website, but I think this one is worth writing about.

I spent yesterday morning with my sister-in-law Princess at the salon of Fanny Serrano, the country’s top and most sought-after make-up artist. TF, as he is fondly called by everyone, introduced us to his new cosmetic line. He patiently helped us choose the right shades for our skin tone, and showed us how to apply them. According to Princess, a lot of actors and actresses use this brand now because of its quality. Though his products are a lot cheaper, they’re actually comparable to the expensive brands (because they have the same manufacturers. Ooops not sure if i’m supposed to mention that.) His eyelash curler is at par with the Shu Uemura one, but it costs only a fraction of the price!  TF personally oversees the production of his make-up, from conceptualization to testing to packaging. In fact, it took 3 years for his mascara alone to pass his standards!

What impressed me the most was his sincerity to offer world-class products to the Filipinos at a very affordable price. He wants the average Filipina to have access to good-quality make-up without having to pay thousands of pesos for it. A businessman like that is worth supporting, right? So the next time you’re in the mall, please check out the Fanny Serrano cosmetics!

Proverbs 31:30
Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.

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2 Replies to “PINOY PRIDE”

  1. i honestly love his products, ate jenn! yes, i agree about the eyelash curler. i had it like 4 years ago when i was still practicing being a makeup artist and before buying it, i really took time to compare it with Shu Uemura. and the concealer, i love it! i use it until now 🙂

  2. hahaha, oh dear, your first line palang hit a home run…that’s exactly what i just realized recently, i feel so losyang! i got so focused on this whole new experience of being a mom to a newborn and trying to adapt to the new “busy-ness” of being a stay at home mom… i feel ashamed to admit that at one point i didn’t even bother combing my hair ALL DAY, i just bunched it up in a ponytail and forgot about it til the next day when it was time for my bath! shame shame shame. thanks for the reminder!

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