Beauty fair celebrates women

posted June 26, 2018 at 06:55 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Text and Photos By Raye Sanchez

There has always been an imaginary scale that measures the strength and capability of women since time immemorial. And this scale upon which the fairer gender is weighed has hindered many of them to reach their full potential. 

From left: Megan Young, Helen Payawal, Kristine Roces, Martha Jante, KC Concepcion, and Jane Lim take a ‘groupie’ at the Shopee Beauty Fair.
Fortunately, unlike previous times, this generation has easier access to platforms that can be used to help women voice out their opinions, harness their skills, and unleash their full potential. 

Online shopping platform Shopee Philippines recently hosted an event that paid tribute to the achievements of women. 

In partnership with Maybelline and Palmolive, Shopee presented “Beauty Fair,” a celebration of empowered and successful women from different walks of life, because as Shopee Philippines director Jane Lim put it, “Women should be celebrated the way they are.”

 

Miss World 2013 Megan Young talks about her insecurities growing up. 
Shopee’s Beauty Fair brought together blogger-influencers Martha Jante, Kristine Roces, and Helen Payawal, actress KC Concepcion, and Miss World 2013 Megan Young to shed light on the daily struggles, misconceptions, and triumphs of Filipinas.

The speakers, via a three-part talk show, shared their experiences about various topics such as body standards, imperfections, and mental health. They also shared tips which intended to inspire women to get out of their comfort zones and feel empowered on being their true selves regardless of judgment.

Topics: Megan Young , Kristine Roces , Jane Lim , Martha Jante , Helen Payawal , KC Concepcion , Shopee Philippines , Maybelline , Palmolive
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