We are all born unique and beautiful in different ways. Beauty is something that gives you freedom and confidence to be who you are and that includes feeling good about yourself without following or thinking any standards created by the world. Today, women all over the world are learning to celebrate their individuality and can proudly share what makes them distinctive and special as the beauty landscape is changing for the better — to one that is more inclusive and diverse.
Your Everyday Beauty Expert
BeautyHub.PH, the newest online magazine helps debunk beauty stereotypes by providing stories that promote equal representation of all kinds of beauty and encouraging all women to be their own kind of beautiful. Through the site, women are led towards self-care and self-love through relatable and informative content.
BeautyHub.PH was created to arm every Filipina with practical tips on beauty, wellness and life. The website encourages self-care through several sections which feature easy-to-follow how-to guides and listicles on different beauty concerns. And it compiles easy-to-consume content that’s both uplifting and relatable, such as women sharing their positive body image stories.
To make it easier for Filipinas to look good and feel great about themselves, each article also has product suggestions. BeautyHub.PH’s skin section houses useful articles with topics like finding the face moisturizer you need to update your skincare routine.
For those inspired by celebrities like Pia Wurtzbach, Heart Evangelista and Kathryn Berndardo, there are empowering articles about how they bravely overcame obstacles and insecurities to love themselves and be their own beautiful.
As your everyday beauty expert, www.BeautyHub.PH helps you be your own beautiful by celebrating unique experiences through features and content that’s helpful, authentic and positive.
There’s something for men, too. Manifesto.PH provides tips on good grooming and how men can take better care of their skin, hair and overall health. It’s ok for men to pamper themselves with self-care and some me time, after all.