- Anne Curtis is really hands-on when it comes to her businesses, including her cosmetic line
- In fact, she also chooses the models who will be part of every campaign they launch
- Just recently, Anne expressed her admiration for a Kapuso actress, who is Pamela Prinster
- According to the celebrity mom, she really wanted Pam to be part of their newest campaign
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Anne Curtis posted about the newest campaign of her cosmetic brand BLK.
She also shared a video of one of the models that she chose: the Kapuso actress, Pamela Prinster.
Anne conveyed her eagerness for Pamela to be a part of the campaign, and she also expressed her massive admiration for her beauty.
"Really wanted her to be part of this campaign! I find her so pretty," she wrote in her post.
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There's no doubt that Pamela has stunning beauty. Even though she plays the villain role as Abby in the Kapuso TV series Loving Miss Bridgette, many people still love her.
Moreover, Pamela also gushed over Anne's remark about her.
"I'm so kilig. Thank you so much annecurtissmith," she replied.
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Anne Curtis is a model, actress, and TV host. She is also part of the Kapamilya afternoon show It's Showtime. She began her career as a child actress. Her role as Dahlia in the fantasy film Magic Kingdom, which is also the inspiration for her daughter's name, was one of the films that made her famous.
In a previous report by KAMI, Anne and her daughter Dahlia delighted the netizens with their adorable photos. Dahlia's fondness for rabbits is apparent in the images, aside from her cuteness. In addition to her cute bunny hat, she also has a bunny stuffed toy. Dahlia can also be seen in one of their photos pretending to feed her bunny toy, which is really heartwarming.
Moreover, Dahlia's curiosity in using the camera was also caught in a cute video previously shared by Anne. The adorable young kid was attempting to operate the camera like a pro, and it was fun to watch.