Olay Conversations Season 3 #BestBeautiful

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A couple of weeks ago I was invited to an event from Olay, their 3rd season of Olay Conversation where they have new celebrity endorsers: KC Concepcion, Kathryn Bernardo, and Bea Valdez. Too bad KC was not able to go because her grandma died. During the event the guests were treated to a makeover using their latest innovation, the Olay Pore Minimizing CC Cream (which I love to bits!)
Now on its third season, Olay
Conversations hosted by Boy Abunda made its debut at an event recently held at
The Blue Leaf Pavilion. This season aims to empower women to be their
#BestBeautiful by sharing the stories of three more inspiring women: actresses
KC Concepcion and Kathryn Bernardo, and renowned accessories designer Bea
Valdes. While these women come from different fields, they all refuse settle
for anything less than the best. They all strive to continuously improve to be
the best versions of themselves. This is what it means to strive to be the
Olay celebrates women who never
settled and work to be the best versions of themselves. In the third season of
Olay Conversations, these Olay Women talked about what challenges they faced
and how they overcome these challenges to achieve their #BestBeautiful:
royalty KC Concepcion did not settle for simply being known as her mother’s
daughter. She struggled to find herself and make a name for herself. While she
made mistakes along the way, she used criticism as a constructive tool to help
her better her craft. Despite an admittedly shaky start, KC was recently
awarded for her work in film because of her perseverance.
queen Kathryn Bernardo succeeded where many have failed – leaping from extra to
TV child star to movie star – all by her 18th birthday. In her
interview, she recounted how she experienced too many rejections to count on
the road to stardom. At such a young age, she had to learn from these
experiences to become the most bankable star of her generation that she is
acclaimed accessories designer Bea Valdes pursued her own passion in design.
Never one to settle for what is easy, she took her family’s background in fine
jewelry trading and made it her own by studying interior design. It seemed like
a perfect match that she would then use her family’s three generations’ worth
of experience in fine jewelry to create her own designs.
These women already have enough
achievements for a lifetime, and yet, there is still so much more to expect.
They will continue to soar to even greater heights because they constantly work
to be even better – to be the best versions of themselves. These women,
together with Olay, hope to inspire other Filipinas not to settle as well.
Like these three women, Filipinas
want to be the best versions of themselves, but still often settle for “pwede
na” – whether in the big things like career or love, or in the small things. Just
one example of women settling in seemingly unimportant things is tolerating a
bad ID photo – even when just a small step can help drastically improve it.
Women don’t need to settle, when achieving the #BestBeautiful is possible!
In a simple experiment, Olay gave
women near a government office a simple makeover using its new Olay Pore
Minimizing CC Cream. This easy step made women go from looking unprepared to
beautifully radiant, ready to face the camera for any photo. Olay proves that
women can make any photo their best ever – if women choose not to settle and
choose to be their #BestBeautiful.
Olay believes that women deserve
the best and support them in their journey to be the best version of
themselves. Like KC, Kathryn and Bea, look and feel your #BestBeautiful with
Watch the newest season of Olay
Conversations with

When it comes to taking ID Photos, I really don’t settle even way way back. I make sure my face is camera ready all the time regardless of what kind of photo-op I’m planning to get. You girls should try and doing that too. We should always look our best beautiful not for others but for ourselves.

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