Have you ever thought of what it means to be a girl transitioning from girlhood to womanhood in this digital age? It means having the creativity and initiative to be whoever your heart is set on being.
This year, Sunsilk provides a platform to help three chosen participants achieve their goals by providing them with a 1-on-1 session with experts on their respective fields, bringing them one step closer to their dreams.
Winners of the project were announced live via Facebook, with actress and Sunsilk ambassador Kathryn Bernardo surprising the girls through personal video call.
Rhea Mae Narag, who dreams of becoming a full-time blogger, will receive a 1-on-1 session with Janeska Margaux, where she will be taught effective tips on blogging. Since Narag is fond of writing product reviews, this experience will allow her to exercise and broaden her skills in crafting more impactful blogs in the future.
Twenty-year-old Acel Lanopa dreams of making a name for herself in the cosmetics industry. Lanopa posts fierce and creative looks on her Instagram page, mostly recreating anime and superhero looks. Her dream is closer to reality, now that she has exclusive access to be mentored by professional makeup artist, model, and painter Angela Martinez. There’s no telling where her magic brushes will take her as even Bernardo has volunteered to have her face made up by Lanopa.
Finally, Jastine Delfin is hopeful that her content creations on YouTube will transform from a hobby to a solid, income-generating passion as well. At the moment, Delfin has a variety of content on her YouTube channel such as DIYs, makeup tutorials and challenges. She will be going through private lessons with actress, singer, YouTuber, and social media content creator Kristel Fulgar, who will teach her how to formulate strategies for garnering a crowd of loyal subscribers, among other things.
There’s no limit to what you can do and who you can be with Sunsilk! With Sunsilk Strong & Long, you can achieve a #Habamazing new look, every day!
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