Genius. That's the word I use to describe 100 Magazine which will never run out of subjects, living or non-living, tangible or intangible, to feature. I'm a sucker for lists, and I know many others who are too whether they admit it or not. I kinda like the idea of pulling this magazine out of a pile of back issues in case I need a run-down or quick sum-up of the noteworthy for when I play host to people visiting the Philippines. Keeping true to it's tradition, 100Mag releases double-covers, usually male and female counterparts. For the DISTINCT STYLE issue, Tim Yap goes head to head (sporting a new mohawk, no pun intended) with Daphne Osena-Paez.
Photo by: Teks Pabuayon
behind-the-scenes pics I took
HOW TO GET DAPHNE'S LOOK:
- Start with Shu Uemura's UV underbase to brighten & perk up the complexion.
- Multi-task with Cinema Secrets cream concealer/foundation to even out the skin tone and hide undesirables such as under eye discoloration and blemishes.
- Set with a wet/dry powder foundation either from MAC or Shu Uemura, spritz on water via a fine mist spray. This lessens the too-made-up look and softens the expression.
- Layer on a nude/beige lipstick, set with lip liner and gloss of the same shade for depth. To try: Shu Uemura 907+Sally Hansen lip plumping gloss.
- Tarte cheek stain in Flush for I-just-drank-a-glass-of-red-wine effect.
- Rim the eyes (up and down) with a navy blue matte eyeliner from Revlon, a less severe, less expected alternative to boring black.
- Set eye liner with a metallic brown powder eye shadow for a soft smoky effect.
- Coat lashes with Cover Girl exact eye lights waterproof mascara in black pearl.
- Brush brows in place with Shu Uemura's eyebrow manicure in palm beige and fill in bald spots, extend the brow line with Shu Uemura's eyebrow pencil in acorn.
- Create the illusion of thicker brows by finishing with MAC's beguile tinted eyebrow gel.