Tuesday, 24 December 2013
Her beautiful Journey continues
Palmolive launched it’s newest product, the Palmolive Naturals Beautifully long shampoo and conditioner along with their latest endorser last December 11th at the HyvE Bar, Bonifacio Global City.
There were tons of refreshments and yummy food that kept everyone happy (me included!) while waiting for the program to start.
The event was hosted by Nicole Anderson, who also went over our table for an impromptu interview. One of her questions that night was what was it like growing up with long hair. I’ve always had long hair ever since I could remember, and my best memory of it would be how my yaya would style it differently for school every morning, to the delight of five year old Charlene! I just realized now how I used to be so girly! Haha!
I’ve had my speculations (all thanks to my forever plus 1, Krizia) about who Palmolive’s latest endorser would be, and we were right! Out came the beautiful Julia Barretto, clad in her pink gown and ultra straight hair. Good bye, self-esteem! Jesting aside, Julia shared how she grew up with the brand (she has been with Palmolive since 2008!) and how she actually uses the product personally!
I always make it a point to try a certain product out before writing about it, and in the two weeks that I’ve been using Palmolive Naturals Beautifully Long, I could definitely see an improvement, texture and damage wise. It doesn’t hurt how good it smells too, and I’m not just saying it!
On a semi-related note, here I am with my friend Krizia and fellow blogger Jaqui Perez, who I only met personally that day after knowing each other online for some months already. Here we are at the photo booth section, goofing around with the wigs provided at the event. I used to have really long, straight hair and even though I like my permed hair better, I still miss it sometimes.
Congratulations Palmolive for a successful launch! Thank you for having us! We had tons of fun!
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Photos by Krizia Catapang and Jordan Go