FASHION FACE OFF: Liza Soberano, Kathryn Bernardo, and Nadine Lustre blaze the stage in red

IMAGE @jayweehair (Liza) / @johnvalle20 (Kathryn) / @paulnebres (Nadine) on Instagram

(L-R) Liza Soberano, Kathryn Bernardo, and Nadine Lustre performed together with their love team partners Enrique Gil, Daniel Padilla, and James Reid, respectively, at the ABS-CBN Christmas Special held last night, December 13, at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.

The biggest Kapamilya stars gathered together for their annual Christmas special at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao last night, December 13, and delivered Christmas cheers to their dedicated fans.

One of their special performances included a song number featuring the top love teams of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil's LizQuen, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla's KathNiel, and James Reid and Nadine Lustre's JaDine sharing the stage.

Each one of the three ladies—Liza, Kathryn, and Nadine—was a standout on stage in her own red-fashion statement.

Stylist Perry Tabora gave Liza Soberano a "dark romance" look with her customized Cheetah Rivera dress.

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Liza wore dark red lips and a tousled ponytail.

Mickey See did her makeup, while Jay Wee styled her hair.

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Kathryn Bernardo kept it classy with a touch of Spanish-inspired designs in her custom Martin Bautista.

Stylist duo Kim and Boo Yap assembled the look.

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Makeup artist Justine del Rosario chose to keep Kathryn's look sweet and "enchanting," while hairstylist John Valle polished the look off with soft curls.


Meanwhile, Nadine Lustre dared to show off some legs with a thigh-high slit velvet dress by Thian Rodriguez.

Stylist Joanna Gee made sure that each detail boded well with Nadine's fiery OOTN.

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Makeup artist Jelly Eugenio made her face natural-looking with his distinct makeup technique, the"drunk blush."

The "drunk blush" or the "hangover makeup" is a Japanese beauty trick to keep the face looking "innocent" and "clean."

To finish the look, hairstylist Paul Nebres went for the "wet look."

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So, PEPsters, who's your lady in red?





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