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Maris Racal’s makeup essentials

At 21 years old, Maris Racal says she’s graduated from using only lip and cheek tints. Like many young women her age, the singer and actress is now more adventurous when it comes to makeup. 

Maris Racal’s makeup essentials
Maris Racal goes for fresh and natural look. 
These days, Racal says she never leaves home without her essentials: Careline Oil Control Face Powder, Careline Oil Control Blush On, Careline Jelly Tint, and her go-to Careline Graphic-Ink Liner. 

Often opting for natural makeup, she describes her usual look as fresh and au naturale to highlight her morena skin tone. 

“I want to embrace my skin color so I usually go for darker shades of foundation and then contour. Parang nasa beach ka (Like when you’re at a beach). They should be a little darker pero dapat mukhang natural (but still looking natural),” she shares.   

On days when the young actress feels a little more playful or mature, she goes for more adventurous colors like Careline Matte Liquid Lipstick In Bloom shade, or on special occasions she prefers looks that are “no effort at all” as she calls it—“but really, it depends on my mood  most of the time.”

Racal joins the ever-growing Careline family as its newest endorser. 

“Endorsing a makeup brand, especially in my line of work, is very important. Your appearance must always be camera-ready. Having Careline to support me in my career will really help me in my everyday routine, everyday work. So this is really a blessing.” 

Being more adventurous in her makeup, her wardrobe and overall look is part of Maris’ decision to expand her horizons and be open to more opportunities.  

“I’m ready for  more challenges and bigger roles this year and I’m grateful for all the blessings that have come my way.” 

All the aforementioned makeup products are available at Careline counters in drugstores, department stores, and supermarkets nationwide.

Topics: Maris Racal , Careline Oil Control Face Powder , Careline Oil Control Blush On
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