Vickie Rushton hailed as Ms. Ever Bilena

Returning Binibining Pilipinas 2019 candidate Vickie Marie Rushton exuded confidence and grace as she was named Ms. Ever Bilena at the corporate visit held recently at the local cosmetic brand head office.

Vickie Rushton hailed as Ms. Ever Bilena
Binibining Pilipinas candidate Vickie Rushton
The Pinoy Big Brother alumna was the top choice of a panel of judges led by Ever Bilena CEO Dioceldo Sy for projecting sophistication, beauty, timeless elegance, and confidence. Rushton also won Ms. Careline last year. 

“I am very happy since last year I was Ms. Careline and now I got this award,” said Rushton who is joining the pageant for the second time. “And, this is our first-ever award during our Binibini journey and this will inspire us to push through and fight for the crown.”

Aside from Rushton, three other candidates also took home special awards. Jessica Marasigan won as Ms. Careline for possessing an undeniably hip and trendy look combined with a vibrant and sassy attitude. Samantha Bernardo won as Ms. Blackwater for her fierce yet feminine aura, and Emma Tiglao was chosen as Ms. Ever Bilena Advance for embodying the modern woman who carries herself well and displays a picture-perfect look whenever, wherever.      

Ever Bilena, the country’s leading cosmetics brand, is a proud sponsor of Bb. Pilipinas 2019. Now on its 36th year, it continues to provide world-class everyday go-to product for women who want to further enhance their look to feel good and confident about themselves.    

To learn more about Ever Bilena’s products, visit Ever Bilena’s website,,  and follow their Facebook page,www.facebook.everbilenacosmetics.

Topics: Binibining Pilipinas 2019 , Vickie Marie Rushton , Ms. Ever Bilena , Dioceldo Sy
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