Andrea Brillantes, nagtanong sa Vogue Talks bakit mas gusto ng ibang Pinoy ng luxury brands

Andrea Brillantes, nagtanong sa Vogue Talks bakit mas gusto ng ibang Pinoy ng luxury brands

- Andrea Brillantes attended "Vogue Talks" and asked a question

- She was asking about how to bridge the gap between luxury brands and local brands

- Andrea was seeking for a strategy that could help local brands be at par with international brands

- Imran Amed, one of the speakers on stage, answered and said, "make the best products"

Andrea Brillantes attended "Vogue Talks" and asked a very significant question about local brands.

Andrea Brillantes
Photo: Andrea Brillantes (@blythe)
Source: Instagram

The actress owns Lucky Beauty, a makeup brand, and she was wondering what strategies to have in the future, which could help bridge the gap between international and local brands.

"Hi, I'm Andrea Brillantes. I'm an actress and I also own a makeup brand. So my question is, many filipinos tend to spend a significant amount on international luxury brands. Yet they are often frugal when it comes to supporting local brands not all. Uhm, in order to bridge this gap and position local brands to be at par with international counterparts in the future, what strategies do you believe can be implemented to encourage greater support for local brands among Filipinos?" Andrea asked.

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"Make the best products," Imran Amed answered.

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"The thing is, at the end of the day, whether your a beauty brand, or fashion brand, or any other kind of brand. Customers will buy what they think is the best," he further explained.

Andrea Brillantes is a Filipina actress who began her career at a young age, starting as a child star in various TV shows and commercials. Her popularity was further propelled when she played the role of 'Marga' in the hit teleserye “Kadenang Ginto.” She was a member of The Gold Squad, along with her “Kadenang Ginto” co-stars Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri, and Seth Fedelin. The group became immensely popular, especially among the youth, as they shared their adventures and bonded both on and off-screen. Andrea's journey from a child star to a versatile actress is a testament to her hard work and passion for her craft, inspiring many young people.

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Recently, the actress also took to Instagram and shared a video that shows how she removed her makeup. The actress started by removing the wig that she was wearing. Thereafter, she demonstrated the steps that she would take to remove the makeup. After removing the makeup, Andrea looked really fresh and beautiful.

She also revealed she hid her enthusiasm for K-pop and K-drama due to online backlash she faced as a teenager. Now 21, she feels more confident to share her fandom publicly. The Filipina actress recently attended Korean actor Kim Soo-Hyun’s fan meeting in the Philippines. She expressed her long-time admiration for Kim, despite expecting some criticism.

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