(L-R) Jazz singer and theater performer Isabella, radio DJ/TV host Grace Lee, sports and showbiz news reporter Cesca Litton, and former Miss Earth Priscilla Meirelles-Estrada graced the launch of Estée Lauder's Pure Color collection.

Photo: Noel Orsal

"Yes, I'm romantic—very romantic. Super. When I'm in love I am... I mean, [like] how all ladies are."

RED. Priscilla Meirelles-Estrada came to the Philippines for the Miss Earth beauty pageant in 2004 and won the crown.

Since then, she has never left the country except for the occasional vacation to her homeland, Brazil and other engagements abroad. Priscilla has also does TV and events jobs either as a host or a guest dance performer.

Now a resident of  Metro Manila, her Filipino has much improved and she is happily married to Happy Yipee Yehey host, John Estrada.

"Well, I'm very happy. It's such an honor to be in the presence of these beautiful ladies," she exclaimed.

Priscilla represents the bright coral shade which exudes sexiness and seduction.

"[The color is] called Coral Fantasy, actually. I believe it's my Latin blood— that's why they picked me," she said.

"Red in general is a very alive color.  I'm a very alive person, very passionate. Again, it's my Latin blood which is very sexy and it matches my dress [tonight]," referring to the body-hugging and slightly revealing red number she wore to the event.

PINK. Another woman known for her hosting skills is Cesca Litton, who represents the shade of pink.

Her yellow skin tone is perfect for deep pinks.

"My lipstick shade is actually called Wildly Pink. Hindi naman sa wild ako, ha."

"I think it's just the attitude you have, the face you put on in front of everybody. [You] feel positive, happy.  I mean, what do you think when you see the color pink, di ba? Happiness lang, no nega."

Aside from her hosting work, Cesca recently made the headlines when she was rumored to be dating actor Jericho Rosales last year. But stories about their "budding romance" have since died down.

Who is making her happy at the moment?

"Everyone [makes me happy.] Alam n'yo naman [ako] ever since, di ba? Always no negative vibes, always happy, always positive."