List of Beauty Products from marie claire

Apr 26, 2007
The local jury of Prix d'Excellance de la Beaute was headed by Marie Claire Beauty and Fitness Editor Marie Claica, and was comprised of Preview Beauty Editor Agoo Bengzon, Cosmopolitan Beauty Editor Mariel Chua, Beauty Columnist for the The Philippine Star's Y-Style section Jackie Cohen-Antonio, and Philippine Daily Inquirer Beauty Editor Ria Francisco-Prieto.

Myrza Sison, editor in chief of Marie Claire shares in her latest editor's letter: "Skin and personal care products help us 'nurture' our faces and bodies, boosting our self-esteem, self-image, and general well-being."

Beauty and cosmetic products have become more essential not just for aesthetic reasons, but for its functional value. Most celebrities put tons of make-up not just to look good on camera, but to protect their skin from the harsh effects of lights as well.

Make-up products do not just enhance, they also conceal. Celebrities wouldn't want to be caught on cam with tired and puffy eyes or dry and flaky skin.

Marie Claire magazine, in pursuit of "helping the women become the most beautiful they can be," has recently gathered beauty journalists from all over the world to choose the top beauty products.

1. Rouge Allure Chanel

This object of desire is ultra-feminine with its black lacquer case. It's available in a palette of 26 astounding colors.

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In local showbiz, Ruffa Gutierrez-Bektas admits she's a big fan of Chanel.

2. Pro-Xylane of L'oreal

This anti-aging molecule is a monumental breakthrough—not only does it slow the aging process, it's also biodegradable, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. It's part of Lancome's Absolue line of products.

Skin experts advise that it's best for women to start using anti-aging creams when they reach their mid-20s. Most of the celebrities, given their frequent sun and light exposure, need to exert extra effort to care for their skin. This anti-aging product will definitely stall women—celebrities or non-celebrities—from saying, "Hello wrinkles!"

3. Perfect Touch Yves Saint Laurent

This light and moisturizing liquid foundation is a make-up innovation that pits the technique of the pros within your reach. Its built-in brush gives you precise application and superior blending.

From make-up mavens Nina Ricci Alagao and Joanne Quintas to make-up newbies Jewel Mische and Maja Salvador—this liquid foundation is a must-have.

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4. L'oreal Casting Creme Gloss

The product has natural reflectors which deliver brilliant shine, and covers graying and white hair effectively. It's ammonia-free, and the color stays on even after 28 shampoos.

Amy Perez (who once sported blond hair), Maggie dela Riva (who is currently a redhead), Mariel Rodriguez (who now has light brown hair), and other celebrities who love changing their hair color—this hair brand will most likely give them a thrill.

5. UV Plus Clarins

Its white tea extract and other anti-oxidants guard skin against aging, dark spots, pollution, and other free radicals. The best part is its feather light formula that feels invisible to the touch.

This product is highly-recommended to beach goddesses Bianca King, Heart Evangelista, sisters Michelle and Ehra Madrigal, Katrina Halili, and Andrea del Rosario.

These form the winners' circle for this year's Marie Claire Prix D'Excellence de la Beaute. Find out more by grabbing your copy of Marie Claire's May issue.

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The local jury of Prix d'Excellance de la Beaute was headed by Marie Claire Beauty and Fitness Editor Marie Claica, and was comprised of Preview Beauty Editor Agoo Bengzon, Cosmopolitan Beauty Editor Mariel Chua, Beauty Columnist for the The Philippine Star's Y-Style section Jackie Cohen-Antonio, and Philippine Daily Inquirer Beauty Editor Ria Francisco-Prieto.
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