Music Management International (MMI Live) is thrilled to announce a one-night, back-to-back throwback performance of America’s most successful R&B girl group, TLC together with the phenomenal trio, SWV on November 6 (Sunday), 8 PM at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
SWV or Sisters With Voices is comprised of three school friends: Cheryl “Coko” Gamble, Tamara “Taj” Johnson, and Leanne “Lelee” Lyons. During the ’90s, the group scored nine top 10 singles on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, including chart-toppers “Weak”, “Right Here (Human Nature Remix)”, and “You’re the One”.
Recently, the group released a brand new single entitled, “MCE (Man Crush Everyday)”, which appears on their latest album “Still”.
Relive the ’90s as TLC with SWV Live in Manila take the stage on November 6, 2016 (Sunday) at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Tickets will go on sale on September 17, Saturday at 10 AM via ticketnet.com.ph.
Before James Reid became part of the Century Tuna family, his fitness inspiration was Derek Ramsay, who is also one of the brand’s endorsers.
“I wanted those abs. I’m thin but I’m not a person with zero fat,” said James, pressing the excess fat on his waistline between two fingers.
James headlines Century Tuna’s latest campaign, where he appears in a series of television commercials. The first TV spot focuses on metamorphosis. The second revolves around the themes of commitment and loyalty.
“James’ story is truly inspiring,” said Greg Banzon, Century Tuna General Manager.
“It speaks of transformation, the relentless desire to improve oneself. It’s a winning formula that brings many positive lessons for everyone: perseverance, keeping the faith, while staying humble and true to yourself—qualities that make James a true role model.”
For the new Century Tuna TV commercial, which served as the #RevelationDay of James’ transformation from matinee idol to Superbod, the actor had a month to work out six times a week.
“There wasn’t much time; I had a month off. Before that, I came from a world tour where I got to work out maybe once a week. The real training for the TVC didn’t start until that one-month break,” said James.
The workouts were 45 minutes long in the beginning. James moved up to 55 minutes. Eventually, it became one and a half hours. His favorite workout is weightlifting.
James didn’t hire a dietitian or nutritionist. Instead he focused on good nutrition. His diet is low-carb (definitely no rice) and always includes a good protein.
“I know my body well enough. I made sure to bring a can or two of Century Tuna in water with me and I would eat that with a salad.”
Before shooting the commercial for Century Tuna, James was in his best shape in 2014 when he did the Cosmo Bachelor Bash. But then he became busy taping for On The Wings Of Love, that he lost time for his workouts.
“I learned from my mistakes and will do better,” said James. “I liken it to a championship game. If you want to win, you naturally want to surround yourself with a teammate you can put your total faith into. That to me is Century Tuna, and I can’t think of any other name that I’d trust to keep my body fit.”
Happy Skin’s latest collaboration features a full line of beginner-friendly, yet professional level makeup products that were made together with Filipino makeup masters (L-R) Juan Sarte, Mickey See, Denise Go-Ochoa, and Jigs Mayuga.
Together, the four makeup artists developed an Arch Definer & Brow Mascara (Php 949 each), Happy Skin Glam Squad Contour & Color (Php 1,399), and Custom Brush Set (Php 2,999).
Each makeup artist also created their own Happy Skin Glam Squad Liquid Matte Lipstick (Php 699 each) and Eyeshadow Duo (Php 899 each).
“Being in makeup for more than 20 years, I’ve never seen a local makeup brand that’s as good as Happy Skin,” said Juan Sarte. Juan brings to life the Modern look with his choice of bronze and champagne eyeshadows and a universal mauve liquid lipstick.
“I’ve always believed in the quality of Happy Skin—I’ve seen and experienced it myself,” said Denise Go-Ochoa. Since 1999, Denise has been specializing in the Fresh look. Taking inspiration from her trademark, she went with matte caramel and satin-finish medium brown eyeshadows and a naked peach liquid lipstick.
Mickey See has been dolling up celebrities and brides for the past 12 years. With a bride-to-be in mind, he decided on a Blushing look with a choice of shimmery peach and matte light brown eyeshadows and a deep blush liquid lipstick.
For Jigs Mayuga, having his name on a makeup a product is like a dream. “It validates that you’ve made a name in your career,” he says. “It’s a huge thing for me.”
Having been a makeup artist and a makeup guru for 12 years, Jigs understands how trends empower, which is why he decided on a Bold look with matte brown and matte black eyeshadows and a rose-brown liquid lipstick.
Like its famous matte lippie, Happy Skin’s liquid matte lipsticks contain ultra-hydrating Cupuaçu butter for a matte-yet-moisturizing finish.
For a crease-resistant look, all the eyeshadow duos have nourishing Argan oil to allow pigments to glide on smoothly.
Completing the collection are the Contour & Color palette, which has a taupe contour powder and a rosy-coral blush powder; the Arch Definer & Brow Mascara, a double-ended pencil and mascara pen that comes in two shades: light brown and medium brown; and the Custom Brush Set that contains powder, angled flat top, eyeshadow/concealer, crease, eyeshadow blending, and lip brushes.
The four makeup artists are giving a portion of the collection’s sales to their charities of choice: Juan, to a global food assistance program; Denise, to Haven for the Elderly; Mickey, to orphanage White Cross Children’s Home; and Jigs, to LGBTQ network LAGABLAB.
Happy Skin stores are located at 2/F Glorietta 3, 2/F Greenbelt 5, 2/F Power Plant Mall, 2/F Mega Fashion Hall, and 1/L Trinoma.
Also available at Rustan’s Makati and Shangri-La; Beauty Bar; Plains & Prints; The SM Store Makati, Mall of Asia, Megamall, North Edsa, and Cubao; Watsons Mall of Asia; Landmark Makati and Trinoma; and Metro Gaisano Department Store, Alabang Town Center and UP Town Center.
Let’s face it. Blogging was huge from the Livejournal days to 2012.
But with the emergence of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, blogging isn’t what it used to be.
People want to get their information fast, brief, and in their smartphones.
Apps are the way to go. It took me a while to find the right app developer that didn’t steal my money or make my blood boil. Thank God for Kester Ford who did my app all the way in Scotland.
I now have the Chuvaness app for iPhones, iPads, and Androids.
Here’s a screencap from my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
and the hubby’s iPhone 5S
The new Chuvaness app is no-frills and straightforward with just entries and a search bar.
I still have to talk to Kester about adding a share button though.
In the meantime, please download the free app from the App Store HERE and from Google Play HERE.
So you won’t miss a thing.