I’m his first grandchild, though people usually think I’m the third or the fourth because I don’t look older than the next 3, haha. Read on if you feel like it. I thought it high time for a good ramble dedicated to my grandfather.
Category: Faces and Places
I didn’t catch the live telecast of this year’s Golden Globes, but annual A-list award shows always excite me because of the idea of how many production people are involved in serving and grooming the talents from head to toe. To see the finished product is really exciting.
I caught up with some research and browsing of the event online and thought I’d do a round up of my best 5 in beauty among the ladies, with some behind the scenes beauty scoop thrown in. For the most part, I found out who did their faces, and for a couple I managed to Sherlock some of the products. Of course photo sources will be cited at the end and the ladies are not mentioned in order of rank, they’re all beautiful in a different way. Read on…
It’s been awhile since I’ve said “girl power”, but this show most certainly brings that to the mobile realm. A lot of my cousins and friends have been raving about the show Supergirl, now people subscribed to HOOQ can watch season after season as they add them! They’ve begun to expand their TV database with newer titles and after seeing Supergirl take the limelight on Hooq I’m quite excited to see what other titles they’ll be bringing in.
“Supergirl is a new Hollywood action-adventure drama series based on the DC Comics character Kara Zor-El
(played by Melissa Benoist), Superman’s cousin who, after 12 years of keeping her powers a secret on Earth,
decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.”
What I personally like about HOOQ is they’ve also got a really deep selection of movies from extremely retro times (even black and white oldies which I used to watch on TNT with my Lola), through to the eighties and nineties, and today’s hits as well.
You can now watch Supergirl and all your favorites on your chosen Internet-enabled device. Simply download the HOOQ app from the Apple Store or Google Play, sign up or log in, and your device is ready to access HOOQ’s library of Hollywood and Pinoy hits. Viewing movies and TV series on HOOQ is made even better with Google Chromecast support, now available on the iOS and Android apps.
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It took awhile but it got here…with love and a bit of London thrown in.
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WHAT I’M WEARING:
H&M cotton jumpsuit
MAKE UP FOR EVER HD ULTRA foundation
Clinique Airbrush Pen Concealer
FS (Fanny Serrano) Cake Powder Foundation “Mocha” (to set)
Topshop matte bronzer in “Mohawk”
Brows: Tony Moly 7 day Tattoo for brows x Maybelline Full N Soft Mascara to lightly groom and texturize
Lashes:Maybelline Full N Soft Waterproof Mascara (U.S.,from roots) x Etude House Curl Fix (on tips only)
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*brushes WordPress cobwebs away…* So I just got back from London a couple of hours ago and obviously can’t sleep, that’s pretty much self-explanatory. I did bring my tripod, my DSLR, and my old but still trusty Canon S90 for easy shots…however, it was overall harder than I expected to thoughtfully capture London in what is essentially under 5 glorious days with 2 of those days tied to a separate itinerary which was also fun. In essence, Mom and I were suddenly treated to this trip (which slightly explains my Houdini on the blog as I rushed to get Visa requirements together at the last minute), but she was also there for work. We didn’t have an unlimited wifi connection at our disposal and given that every time our keycards let us in we were always tempted to just untidily pass out on our beds I decided to forego the plan of blogging daily while I was there and just collect photos and videos and give you my best glimpses in one go.
We were kind of on a down-to-the-wire budget because this God-given trip came at the end of the month so though I got a couple beauty bits for you to see most are drugstore…none are, I have to say, terribly exciting, and no, I didn’t come home with any Charlotte Tilbury (boo). We were fortunate enough though to be staying at Kensington in a hotel just beside Kensington Palace a.k.a. the younger royals’ London home. Stay alert for my youtube vid…I’ll move quick on recording that video for you, expect it this weekend. London weather was way more than fine when we were there, it even got extremely sunny on our last two days, locals agreed with us, quite a contrast to the week prior. I told a British friend of mine whom we intended to visit but didn’t get to see “Oh, we’ll bring the sunshine!” and voila, the weather cooperated with my cheeky claim. If you see any photos with me in them it’s thanks to Mom who’s actually very good at taking pictures. England, you have my heart, and I must say without exaggeration, more than any foreign city I’ve been to so far…I’ve got plans for you. Click through to see the full photo stream. Continue reading My Fair London
Once upon a time, for kids excited to play, Kidzania Manila was now made to stay! The Manila chapter of this educational theme park chain has risen in the heart of BGC, Taguig at Park Triangle (where the new LEGO store is). They officially opened last Friday, on August 7. Kidzania is, in one sentence, a supervised theme-park for children in the form of an educational mini city run with kids and for kids. Here, children get to play at being adults for the day in a pretend economy, with actual citizenship, jobs, money, and added skills. Adults are not allowed to enter the work establishments with their child (unless under special circumstances, like a child with special needs) to encourage independence and focused learning but parents, guardians, and family are allowed to roam the park and observe their children from large windows. As you can imagine, for many parents, letting go of control is a challenging thought (and in some cases even letting the kids to choose their first activity on their own), believe me, the struggle is REAL, I’ve seen it first hand…it can get colorful LOL and that’s putting it lightly. In Kidzania parents and guardians are highly encouraged to allow of-age children (8 and above) to roam freely, to be, and to choose jobs (minimum working age 4) in this special environment so that their natural inclinations surface. I think Filipino parents are in dire need of this new concept of giving their child enough space to develop independence.
Kai! I do not work at Kidzania Manila, so for any FAQs (questions) regarding scheduling, pricing, and booking you may refer to their official site, manila.kidzania.com . I’ll include limited information at the bottom of the post as well, but please refer to their official website for other park-related questions.
After spotting the G.O.T. Ned Stark Meme on the looming swarm of Kidzania Manila pictures I’ve decided to personally help darken skies. Kidzania Manila, now the 20th Kidzania facility in the world (HQ is Mexico), opened the other day. I’m ever so proud to say that Kidzania Manila is captained by none other than my beloved former advertising head mother, Maricel Pangilinan-Arenas and an entire team badly in need of cucumbers and under-eye concealer at this very moment. How kool is it that to some level I feel like a Kidzanian Royal? Hee. On August 7, a somewhat anti-climactic Friday, after weeks of very intense testing, validation, and inspection by Kidzania’s founding Mexican admin team, Kidzania Manila’s park doors opened to the public.
A Friday opening meant that yesterday’s flood of fun-size “adults” would ultimately pack the park for the weekend and the Saturday line, they say, actually stretched and left the building by afternoon. Yesterday’s August 8 tickets sold out in just under a couple of hours. To be honest, even after being given special access to the park during the stretch of preview days, I myself didn’t plan a major blog feature at first.
I put this one up first simply because I love her outfit. Aww…just there thinking of where to go next.
PLEASE NOTE: I was not asked nor paid to write for Kidzania Manila, I chose to. I initially planned to support the team only via simple sharing on social media, but what changed my mind completely was simple. It was the kids on Day 1 who got me shooting…and the fact that for several hours I noticed that people, myself included, could not help but re-focus outwardly and shoot these munchkins on the move. Let’s put it this way, at Kidzania Manila in the past couple of days, the word “selfie”, I imagine, was not top of mind. Be warned, this is a photo-heavy post with information at the start and a couple of captions here and there. I shot tons but I didn’t shoot ALL the establishments. However, each photo matters and shares a moment, and several of them are discreet. Many actually exclude focus on children’s faces with the exception of my knowing the kids and parents personally or if I was shooting openly in front of them and they didn’t mind. I was also not inside the establishments when I shot these pictures, I was outside alongside onlooking parents. My 50mm lens brought me closer to the scene without being invasive. Click through to see the rest of Kidzania Manila through my eyes while I mention a couple of things here and there. Practically 99% of the photos I shot are candid takeaways from live shifts of first time visitors to Kidzania Manila.