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by Macy Alcaraz   |  Sep 9, 2015
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Femalenetwork.com  Petite chic. Who says short girls can't look stylish? Pick up pointers from some pint-sized but chic celebs. (via FemaleNetwork.com)

Cosmo.ph Beauty and reality. This isn't your ordinary makeup tutorial. An 18-year-old acid attack victim is shedding light on a very important cause. (via Cosmo.ph)

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Pep.ph Liza as Quen. Watch Liza Soberano answer questions as her love team partner Enrique Gil in a fun round of Pep Talk Challenge. (via Pep.ph)

spot.ph  Travel diary. Are you always running out of space for writing about your adventures? Shop for new journals here! (via Spot.ph)

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Stylebible.ph ICYMI. Demi Lovato launched her own mobile game. Have you downloaded it already? (via StyleBible.ph)

RealLiving.com.ph Mirror, mirror. Love having reflective surfaces all over your home? Get tips on how to decorate with mirrors! (via RealLiving.com.ph)

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Yummy.ph Fridge no-nos. Did you know that you shouldn't put peanut butter in the ref? Yup, more items you shouldn't put inside the chiller here! (via Yummy.ph)

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