Celebrities, models, and content creators took to a variety of makeup and hair trends.
Attendees of the Vogue Philippines Party displayed creative and inspiring interpretations of the night’s theme, “Rewear.” This extended to their hair and makeup, resulting in many standout looks. Some arrived in full-on glamour, like actor Rhian Ramos, who sported a full fringe and two-toned eyes; others, such as photographer BJ Pascual, arrived fresh faced and radiant; many, as expected, embraced Y2K-era trends like bold liner, body glitter, and stick-on face jewelry. It was fashion’s big night out after all, the perfect time to play.
Thanks to K-beauty and, more recently, Hailey Bieber’s popularization of “glazed donut skin,” luminescence was a big trend at the Vogue Philippines Party. Model Ica Dy took hers a step further, matching her skin’s radiance to the shimmer of her holographic sequined dress.
Siren eyes, full lips, and sun-kissed skin are all the rage on Instagram and TikTok, and actor Gabbi Garcia took a page out of the social media playbook for the party. The young GMA star stepped out in an archival Celine set, reworked by Filipino designer Neric Beltran. The crystal adornments complemented her glossy lips.
Bright, statement eye colors have been making waves lately so, naturally, some trendsetting attendees came donning the colorful eye. Taiwanese model Jessica Yang, who built her career in the Philippines modeling for glossies and runways, opted for a shocking pink shadow. Her punk-inspired neon eye makeup is a stark contrast to her glam outfit—a sparkling bejeweled dress with an ethereal tulle cape.
Big Bold Bows
The night also saw multiple hair trends traipse along the red carpet, one of which included statement bows. The fashionable sisters, Vern and Verniece Enciso, known for their coordinated outfits, did not disappoint at the Vogue Philippines party and both weaved in bows into their personal styles and looks. Vern took the more sophisticated route and used the bow as a headband, while Verniece was more playful and tied her bow in a ribbon for a statement-making half pony. Their beauty choices complemented their black Rosenthal Tee dresses and matching mini Chanel bags swimmingly.
Baby Cat Eye
Actor Chie Filomeno took the classic route, pairing her off-white cocktail dress with a neutral-palette makeup look, anchored by a coquettish kitten flick in deep, matte black.