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These Are Our 5 Favorite Beauty Influencers Based in the Philippines

Including fashion mogul Heart Evangelista and Sunnies Face’s very own Martine Ho.

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Ever since the rise of social media, people from around the world have been using online platforms like Instagram, Twitter and YouTube to express their creativity through posting photos or making videos of what they’re passionate about. When it comes to the beauty industry, there is an endless amount of talented makeup artists (MUA for short) and gurus who showcase complex looks that take years to perfect and master.

The Philippines is no stranger when it comes to the beauty world and with the influence of the West and the East, Filipinos don’t just stick to one specific look when it comes to makeup. For those of you who are looking for some inspiration or want to channel your inner MUA, we’ve gathered our top five favorite beauty influencers based in the Philippines.

From actress and fashionista Heart Evangelista to Sunnies Face‘s very own Martine Ho, scroll down below and discover who else made the list.

While you’re here, don’t forget to check out the five best makeup brands in the Philippines.

Heart Evangelista

Actress, TV host and fashion mogul Heart Evangelista has made a name for herself in the country’s entertainment industry ever since she was 13 years old. Now at the age of 34, Evangelista has been tapping into the beauty world showcasing her minimalistic makeup tutorials on her YouTube channel while still maintaining her elegant style and aesthetically pleasing Instagram feed.

Martine Ho

Creative director and co-founder of the Sunnies corporation, Martine Ho is all about the drunk blush look and the bronze glow that goes perfectly well with the country’s yearly tropical heat. Maintaining more than 150 retail locations of Sunnies Studios, Sunnies Specs Optical, Sunnies Cafe and Sunnies Face, it’s a wonder how she manages to keep it all together while still looking flawless on the daily.

Michelle Dy

 

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YouTuber Michelle Dy loves switching it up from time to time when it comes to her makeup looks. Ranging from a dramatic smokey eye to the famed “No Makeup, Makeup Look,” this beauty vlogger can pull it all off.

Raiza Contawi

 

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Professional makeup artist and fellow beauty content creator Raiza Contawi is known for changing her appearance into looking like Filipino and Hollywood celebrities on her YouTube channel. Contawi has proven that she knows her way around a makeup brush and certainly knows how to execute any look.

Min Ortiz

Rising drag performer and makeup artist Min Ortiz loves recreating looks on his YouTube channel as well. Known for his uncanny impersonations of Ariana Grande, Ortiz is definitely one to keep your radar on.

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