Showing posts with label Twilight. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Twilight. Show all posts

Monday, January 28, 2013

How do you attract guys?

Have you all seen Angelica Panganiban's new video for Camay? For the young kids reading this blog, Camay is a classic soap known for its luscious fragrances. By classic, I mean it was launched way back in 1926! My lola used Camay religiously. Naabutan ko pa siya actually haha. Now Camay is back and with the equally luscious Angelica P. as its image model. Here is her video called “Sexy Flirting Experiment by Angelica Panganiban”:

Wow, the girl in the experiment is pretty hot, right? I like her. And even though I couldn't smell her, I knew she was mabango. And she didn't need to flirt with the guys. All she did was stand there and smell good! That's the promise of Camay for us girls who can't flirt to save our lives. Yes, us girls. Yes, I don't know how to flirt either.

I've always been a straightforward kinda girl. I don't know how to play the game. If I like a guy, I tell him, but not in a seductive manner. I just go, "Hey, you're nice. I like you. Want to go out with me?"Just casually, cheerfully, never desperately. I never even get scared what his response will be. If he says yes, great! If he says no, then his loss. I mean, I'm not a bad catch at all. I like being direct. Saves us time. Life is short. Make a statement. Make your move.

Does this turn guys off? No. Well, in my experience, it doesn't. Maybe because I give off that vibe that I'm not flirting, I'm not playing the game. For example, I used to like this guy in high school. His name is Fermin. He's married now and with kids, too. But back then, he had the cutest smile in the world. So I asked him to go to the Sophomore Dance with me. He said no because he had already asked Loradel. But at the dance, he danced with me and told me I was a sweet girl and he liked that I wasn't silly and flirtatious. He said, "Hindi ka paliguy-ligoy. Para kang lalaki." Sigh! And that was when I knew walang ever mangyayari sa amin ni Fermin.

Anyway, if you're like me, hindi marunong lumandi, then don't lose heart. The all-new Camay is here to save the day! This time, Camay is not just available in bars of soap; it also comes in shower gels. I'm a shower gel girl so hooray! There's Romantique Rose, Crème Vanilla and Dynamique Grapefruit. I like the smell of grapefruit so I'm trying that.

Edward described Bella's blood as floral "with a hint of freesia."

Monday, November 05, 2012

It's all about Twilight and money in OK!'s November issue

I have to confess this. Our November cover gives me the heebie jeebies. Those three kids look really scary. I'm not a fan of the Twilight movies (though I swooned when I read the first book) but it's the mega-franchise of the decade. It's a force of nature! It's... insane.

Our Twilight Saga special issue really does have fantastic stories. Even I was drawn in when I was editing it. I laughed at the "Epic!" and "Fail!" comments of my staff about the franchise. I loved the fashion transformation photo essay of Kristen. I was amazed at all the juicy gossip and secrets of the stars that I've totally forgotten about.

Check out this teaser trailer where the vampires teach the new vampire Bella how to act human.

Was this in the book? I don't really remember. But it just occurred to me now, while watching that trailer, that it's a strange scene. Bella was, prior to this transformation, a human being. She couldn't have had forgotten what it's like to be human so quickly. I understand that she's enjoying her new powers and abilities but if there's anyone who needed lessons in being human, it would be the other vampires in the room. They've been undead for such a long time. And I know they need reminding because, as the books and movies showed, real humans find them strange, unsettling, even frightening.

Okay, I'm overthinking it. Why am I doing that?!

If you're not a fan of these movies, grab the November issue for the money stories! We reveal superstar salaries and outrageous splurges. Plus, I love the best fashion and beauty products that you should invest in. Yep, they cost a lot but are worth every centavo! I always enjoy our money issue! For example, finding out that Rihanna spends a million dollars a year on her hair just made me go WTF because her hair's been awful for a good loooong while! Thank goodness she went back to her pixie crop!

Now, if you don't like Twilight and you don't like frivolous splurges, then I still think you'll like the November issue of OK! because our free magazine, OK! Glam, features the best budget finds for your makeup kit and closet. They may be inexpensive but they will make you look rich!!! All that and more in the fabulous November issue of OK! Grab a copy today!

P.S. Want a super sulit beauty box? Check out my BDJBox giveaway!