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Ystilo Salon’s 18th Year celebrates with New Franchises, Big Discounts


As part of its 18th anniversary celebrationYstilo Salon, one of the leading hair salons in the country led by its president and franchisor, the singer-actress turned entrepreneur—Vina Morales takes pride in announcing expansions of the said business as well as great discounts for its patrons.

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Morales posed with Palawan city councilor Matthew Mendoza and franchisee Roseselle Sobrepena.

Ystilo opens four franchise stores in One Legazpi Place, Tuguegarao City, Robinson Place and Puerto Princesa Palawan. The opening of Palawan branch was also attended by Ms. Morales herself with city councilor and former celebrity matinee idol—Hon. Matthew Mendoza and franchisee Ms. Rosselle Sobrepeña.

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Another highlight in connection for the anniversary celebration, the salon’s senior hairstylists were trained by Italian Technical Hair stylist Antonio Robustelli and Ms. Catherine Lorenzi, who flew in the country to spearhead the two-day Icon Collection 2016 Seminar.

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And part of a blowout treat for the salon’s valued patrons is the discounted bundle services that began last September 8 and will end on October 31 this year. It is dubbed as a day of pampering and hair treatment for as low as Php499 of any hair length in all its branches.

For other promos and updates, simply log on to ystilosalon.com.ph and like Ystilo’s SNS  accounts as @ystilosalon on facebook, instagram and twitter. Inquiries on franchising, call (632) 9277532; 4150222 or +639173124210; +63922-8-YSTILO or e-mail to ystilomarketing@gmail.com and franchise@ystilosalon.com.ph.

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Matteo Guidicelli endorses Sun Life’s Prosperity Card


Sun Life Asset Management Company Incorporated (SLAMCI) launches its latest television commercial (TVC) on Prosperity Card that features the face of one of the country’s most in-demand male celebrities—Matteo Guidicelli.

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Guidicelli shows-off Sun Life Prosperity Card. Image courtesy of Sun Life.

The TVC shows two Matteos with strikingly opposite tactics: one tries to impress by bragging his material possessions—including a new phone and a credit card as opposed to the other woos her by promising a brighter future together with the help of the Sun Life Prosperity Card.

SLAMCI president Valerie Pama said, “This is exactly why we want Filipinos, especially the youth, to start investing some of their money in mutual funds,” Pama said. “Instead of using up all of one’s money on trendy items that will soon be replaced by a new fad, why not invest it for the long term and watch it grow? The two Matteos in our TVC certainly highlighted that message in fun yet clear manner.

“We wanted SLAMCI’s new TVC to encourage the audience to begin their investing journey with the Sun Life Prosperity Card because it’s an easy and convenient way to start building one’s brighter future,” explained SLAMCI president Valerie Pama. “By investing in mutual funds, one can make his money work harder for him, as against simply leaving all of it in the bank.”

During its launch on August 19, the author of this entry—the blogger-writer won a Sun Life Prosperity Card. It is an investment card worth Php5,000, which may be invested in any of the peso-denominated mutual funds managed by SLAMCI under its Sun Life Prosperity Funds. The first-of-its-kind in the market, it has revolutionized mutual funds investing in the country.

To learn more about the Sun Life Prosperity Card and how you can start investing for a brighter future, visit sunlifeprosperity.com.ph.

Converse supports Ulysses King’s Menswear Spring-Summer 2015 Collection


MAKATI CITY, Philippines – Come Monday, March 2 at Glorietta Activity Center, Ulysses King, a Filipino fashion designer who specializes in Menswear, a Certified Public Accountant, a brand consultant and active member of Fashion Designers Association of the Philippines ( FDAP) will present his Dark Foliage spring-summer 2015 collection supported by Converse.

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Converse is popularly known as sneakers. The footwear started on the court and got adopted on the streets. It all began as a rubber company that manufactures sneakers and boots, and then found basketball and reinvented the sport through their now worldwide popular brand. Its Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star sneaker became the court sneaker

King shares, “I was chosen by Converse as one of the 18 brand influencers from the fashion industry for their Converse Grand Campaign Launch. I will be presenting a four-piece all menswear collection.

“Also the launch of my spring summer collection for 2015 titled ‘Dark Foliage’ along with designers Melchor Guinto and Jeff Rogador. The street dapper theme of black, white and gray using Egyptian cotton as it mirrors the printed material with hand-painted graphics of dark foliage. The design collection will be blended with Converse Classic Mono low and high cut sneakers and other accessories.”

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King as a designer admitted that he discovered his flair in designing clothes when he opened a shop at The Podium Mall in January 2008. He first joined Philippine Fashion Week via his collection titled ‘Swiss Guard of The Vatican City’ in May 2010 at MOA main atrium. Later, his fashion shop was named and recognized as ‘Vatican Fashion Museum’.

He earned his Certificate in Fashion Merchandising at University of the Arts in London College of Fashion with Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Ateneo Graduate School. He was also a former designer of SM Menswear under the label Bo’ Athletics and men’s leather bags for OUR TRIBE. His designs were donned by celebrities like Jake Cuenca, Sam Milby, Enrique Gil, Gerard Anderson, Marlon Stockinger, John Spainhour, JC De Vera, Coco Martin, Rachel Ann Go, Vina Morales, et al.