Metrophoto in Iceland




Hello, Rebels! To some of you who probably religiously follow the blog, you would know that we love...LOVE..Iceland. (Backtrack here: My Icelandic Rebel Love). We blogged about this country in 2015 and in that post, we were already planning another trip for 2016 (more on this 2016 trip soon). That's how much we loved this place. So when we first saw the teaser photos of Metrophoto's Iceland shoot with their couple Margaux and Francis, we couldn't have been more thrilled to see the final set.

Fun Bridal Looks to Try


In a sea of bridal looks centered on too much perfection and contour, we decided to collaborate with REAL Makeup Artistry and Quirky Creatives to put together some bridal and prenup looks that are more on the fun, fresh, experimental, colorful, and romantic side.

Rebellious Kilay


There's much ado about Microblading/3D brows these days. I got mine done by wedding makeup artist Mayone Bakunawa-Balbarin and I've been getting a lot of questions about it. So I decided I might as well blog about it. And of course, I will relate it to weddings, by concluding if this is something that we would recommend for brides, as part of your pre-wedding beauty preparations.

Rebellious Korean Pre-Wedding Skincare



Ask any bridal make-up artist on what they wish they could tell their brides point-blank and it would be, for their brides to invest in a skincare routine. Seriously ladies, makeup can only do so much. At the end of the day, you need glowing skin which you can't  expect concealers and airbrushed makeup to just magically do for you. In the first place, every woman should have a skincare routine regardless of whether you are engaged or not. But here in the Philippines, skincare is sometimes non-existent or just bare minimum for some. But there is so much more to just washing the face. 

Bonnie and Clyde

Two bankers in love and about to do a heist. Well that's Al & Rose's Bonnie and Clyde alter ego. Yes they really are bankers in real life. And for their engagement shoot, they wanted to be naughty by maybe  doing that one thing that is most likely not in the banker's code of ethics (assuming there is one). 

Because let's face it...we have all fantasized about breaking those damn rules once in a while, haven't we? ;)