Home Celebrities like Ivana Alawi and Riva Quenery are sparking creativity with the ‘Piliin Mo ang Pilipinas’ trend

Celebrities like Ivana Alawi and Riva Quenery are sparking creativity with the ‘Piliin Mo ang Pilipinas’ trend

celebrities like ivana alawi and riva quenery are sparking creativity with the piliin mo ang pilipinas trend

Social media personalities such as Ivana Alawi, Riva Quenery, Sachzna Laparan, and more embrace the ‘Piliin Mo ang Pilipinas’ makeup trend.

After the viral sensation of the Asoka Bridal Makeup trend, which highlighted influencers’ talent and ingenuity in interpreting Indian bridal makeup, a new makeup trend is dominating social media platforms.

Inspired by the Filipino tourism anthem, “Piliin Mo ang Pilipinas,” as sung by Angeline Quinto, influencers have pioneered a trend that captivates and entertains audiences.

They passionately merged beauty and makeup with their rich cultural heritage, infusing each creation with a sense of pride and connection to their roots.

What started as a simple Tiktok video by Angelica Gegante (@anngelicaaaaa) encouraging content creators to showcase Filipino beauty and creativity is now a trend that has influencers breaking out their creativity and showcasing their talent.

@anngelicaaaaa WHAT IF PILIPINAS NAMAN? 🇵🇭 Kung magaling lang ako mag make up hhahahahahahaha #AnggeG #fyp ♬ original sound – SHADOWKNIGHT_911 – ALPHAXZ

Here are a few of the content creators who have poured their creativity and talent into honoring the vibrant colors, cherished traditions, captivating stories, and natural beauty of the Philippines.

Ivana Alawi

Ivana’s video has already garnered over 5 million likes and over 32.9 million views. Ivana’s video is simple, but her beauty is captivating, leaving audiences wanting to see more from the video. The comment section is full of praise from fellow content creators, and fans.

@ivanaalawi PILIPINAS 🇵🇭 (@Angge G.) #fyp ♬ original sound – SHADOWKNIGHT_911 – ALPHAXZ

Riva Quenery

Riva’s video currently has over 4.2 million likes and 25.8 million views. What captivated audiences is the smooth transitions between looks, and Riva’s quirky side before revealing a yellow, red, and blue outfit that showed her inner goddess.

@rivaquenery PILIPINAS 🇵🇭 Ngayon lang ako gumawa ng ganitong trend. Ang saya pala! 🤩✨ (ib: @Angge G. ♬ original sound – SHADOWKNIGHT_911 – ALPHAXZ

Chrish Ann Austria (fordaferson)

Chrish Ann Austria is not one to shy away from TikTok trends. She also joined the Asoka Bridal Makeup trend. Her video currently has 2.4 million likes and 13 million views, more than her Asoka trend video. Chrish Ann’s video didn’t only showcase one outfit and makeup, but three different looks showcasing the different cultures of the Philippines.

@chrishannaustria PILIPINAS 🇵🇭 💄👗: @Jay-Ar Dillegas @Craven John Insular 🎥: @Leonard Espiritu stu: @BrightShotStudio 🌾💐: @FranceBalbuena (@Angge G. ♬ original sound – SHADOWKNIGHT_911 – ALPHAXZ

Sachzna Laparan

Sachzna Laparan, also known as missflawlesss on TikTok, also shared her take on this trend. Her video is at 1.2 million likes and 20.1 million views. Her end look consisted of a vibrant red gown with a halo headdress, showcasing a look that is her take on the sarimanok from the Mindanao region.

@missflawlessss PILIIN MO ANG PILIPINAS 🇵🇭 💄 @markleofernandezMAKEUP 👗 @J-em Sta. Ana 💇🏻‍♀️ @Anny 📷 @Arnold Pilapil 🎥 @Dan Orines Jr ♬ original sound – SACHZNA

Jomar Lovena

Jomar Lovena’s take on this trend is more historically focused than the rest. His looks were inspired by Filipino men who have paved the way in our history, like Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, and Lapu-Lapu. Jomar Lovena’s take on this trend is one that is unique.


PILIPINAS PINOY PRIDE 🇵🇭 Hindi talaga ako marunong mag Makeup yan lang po kaya ko

♬ original sound – SHADOWKNIGHT_911 – ALPHAXZ

Jomar Yee

Currently at 2.6 million likes and 17.3 million views, Jomar Yee decided to not only showcase one or two end results, but managed to feature more of the culture of the Philippines in one video. With Filipiniana gowns, a look inspired by the Masskara Festival of Bacolod, and a final look that is as colorful as the Philippines, Jomar wowed his audience, and said, “NAIYAK AKO GRABE NAKAKA PROUD MAGING PILIPINO 😭.”

@jomaryee PILIIN MO ANG PILIPINAS 🇵🇭 ib: @Angge G. ♬ original sound – Jomar Yee

Filipino influencers are redefining beauty standards and reclaiming their cultural narrative by inviting the world to see the Philippines through their eyes—vibrant, colorful, and full of life.


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