Neutral prints. Your style peg: Kim Chiu. Prints need not always come in screaming bright colors; a black, white, and gray print combination actually does wonders in lengthening your silhouette. Wear this your way: Don palazzo pants to maximize the lengthening effect of the neutral trio, a pencil skirt to highlight your curves, or a mini skirt if you want to show off your legs.
Glow all over. Your beauty peg: Coleen Garcia. Highlights and shimmer are definitely in, and Coleen’s makeup here demonstrates how fresh and blooming it can make you look. Wear this your way: Don’t pile on foundation because for this look to work, it’s important that your skin breathes. Keep your makeup hues in the pastel family—try soft white shimmer on the eyes, a dusting of pale pink blush on your cheeks (plus strobing!), and a light pink-lilac stain on your lips.
A Uniquely Cut Skirt. Your style peg: Shaina Magdayao. Pieces with quirky details are must-have wildcards in your wardrobe; for instance, a geometric-cut skirt is a great alternative to your classics. Wear this your way: Don’t stop at one quirky detail or item only. Incorporate a couple into your look to make it more unique (ex. skirt + shoes, top + bag).
Softer Smoky Eyes. Your style peg: Janella Salvador. While brown shades create the lighter version of smoky eyes, for even softer ones, opt for paler hues (pinks, white, and nudes) and replace your dark liner at the waterline with some shimmer or white or silver liner, applied sparingly (you don’t want to look like a disco ball). Wear this your way: Keep your entire look natural—beautiful rosy skin and just a hint of lip gloss—but pair it with undone waves for a dash of sexiness.
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