Bela Padilla recently experimented on a new look, only to regret it instantly.
The 29-year-old VIVA talent confessed to shaving half of her eyebrows in March.
"My gosh, I shaved my eyebrows nung start ng pandemic," she revealed in an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) on Thursday, September 17, 2020.
Bela spoke candidly to PEP.ph after the digital launch of her skin-care brand called Britory.
"So I cut my eyebrows in half because I saw it on a vlog, and I'm just so thankful na it grew back because it looked so bad.
"Like that whole week, I didn't post anything kasi bitin iyong kilay ko."
Bela admitted she was quick to try fads and trends she would see online.
"So yeah, there are fads that I get into because I'm not too fussy with my routine.
"I usually believe what I watch online so when I see like iyong mga make-up techniques on YouTube or whatever, I try it."
Of all the trends she tried, this latest one had to be the most memorable.
"I think that's the worse I've done. I cut my eyebrows in half for the fox-eye look. It didn't work."
How has Bela been during the quarantine?
The Kapamilya actress revealed that she has been able to cope quite well over the last six months.
She told PEP.ph, "I know that I adapt very quickly to situations.
"I think I'm the type of person who can talk to anybody. I'm madaldal kasi, and I like to listen.
"I think that emanates in other aspects... I was able to adapt during the pandemic.
"I didn't take it as hard as other people I know, and I'm happy because I was able to stand as their wall, I guess."
Being a people person allowed her to be a source of strength for others during these trying times.
She explained, "Kasi di ba, pag ganyang situations, meron kang tao na kakapitan. Or minsan, ikaw iyong mababa, sila iyong mataas. And that's okay.
"I'm happy I was able to entertain a lot of people during this quarantine. Mostly my friends."
Bela also said her positive disposition in life has made it easy for her to adapt to the current situation.
"I didn't wallow too much in what the pandemic is. I try to live like I normally would."