What makes Jasmine feel like a queen

posted February 20, 2021 at 08:30 pm
by  Nickie Wang
When she’s totally in control!

“Control has a lot to do with that. When I’m able to control the things around me that should be controlled like let’s say my waking hours, my schedule for the day, accomplishing the needs for what my deliverables if I have any, taking care of my family, these are the things that make me feel like a queen,” Jasmine Curtis Smith told Manila Standard Entertainment during a virtual interview where she was introduced as the face of “Treat Yourself Like A Queen” campaign of Jeunesse Anion,  a brand of napkins designed specifically for modern-day Filipinas.

What makes Jasmine feel like a queen
Taped at the Araneta Coliseum in December, fans will have the chance to witness the highly-anticipated film concert of Sarah Geronimo entitled ‘Tala,’ inspired by her massive hit of the same name that became one of the biggest songs of the decade. 
‘When you’re queen you don’t just take care of yourself, you also take care of your kingdom, your kingdom makes you a queen. If you can make yourself happy by doing things well, you can serve people confidently as an empowered person, and I think that’s what makes you a queen,” she carried on.

Indeed, in today’s society, queendom is no longer limited to royalty. What it means to be a queen has been redefined by assigning queenly qualities to today’s modern women. One such attribute is the ability to juggle so many tasks with royal grace and composure. 

What makes Jasmine feel like a queen

“Jasmine Curtis-Smith was the first name that came to our mind when we thought about the qualities that would best represent our brand. She is young, beautiful, has an active lifestyle, accomplished, and confident with who she is,” said Jeunesse Anion assistant brand manager Elaine Duque. 

“We know she could relate well to the ladies whom we all consider as queens in their own right and their own way. We are very happy and pleased to present Jasmine as the latest member of our family,” Duque added.

What makes Jasmine feel like a queen
​Actress Jasmine Curtis-Smith has been tapped to lead the ‘Treat Yourself Like A Queen’ campaign of Jeunesse Anion,  a brand of napkins that supports the advocacies of modern Filipinas.
With a consistent string of critically-acclaimed films to her credit, Jasmine is able to position herself as one of the industry’s most talented and respected young actresses with such movies as Baka Bukas and Siargao in her impressive filmography. On primetime television, she recently concluded her top-rating primetime drama series Descendants Of The Sun on GMA-7 while conquering digital platforms with two of her films, Midnight On A Perfect World streaming on Upstream.ph and Alter Me streaming on Netflix.     

In between television and movie shoots, yoga, and circuit training, Jasmine also indulges in self-care rituals that enrich her personal life. She meditates and enjoys all cravings in moderation because she believes in the importance of finding the right balance, whether in her career or in her personal life. For her, this is how she treats herself like a queen: ensuring that every aspect of her very busy life is cared for and nurtured. For Jasmine, Jeunesse Anion reflects her own values: innovative, comfortable, and edgy. 

What makes Jasmine feel like a queen

Jasmine on the other hand is equally elated, “I am so grateful, and honored to be a part of the Jeunesse Anion family. I recommend this product to every woman for that added boost of confidence while maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle. Every woman can treat herself like a queen with Jeunesse Anion,” Jasmine ended.

Topics: Jasmine Curtis-Smith , ‘Treat Yourself Like A Queen’ campaign , Jeunesse Anion ,
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