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Macho in a beauty salon for women?

By Isah V. Red | Mar. 21, 2013 at 06:01pm
Many say men are better chefs than women.  Now, beauty salons for women are being dominated by macho hairdressers and cosmetologists.

Watch the GMA News TV beauty, lifestyle and wellness show Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo Na Toh, 9 to 10 a.m. tomorrow to see these macho guys applying make up and styling the  hair of their clients  Gays take note. You might find yourselves out of job one of these days.

It is a common knowledge that it is normal and natural for one to dream.  Host-producer Ricky Reyes interviews male and female entrepreneurs whose dreams of establishing their own business came true.  “If they could do it—improve their trade and be triumphant, why can’t you?” says the beauty guru.

The Gandang Ricky Reyes Todo Na Toh mascot Feelingera Chicadora takes you to a delightful food trip to some popular and well-patronized restaurants.  As Chicadora takes the ramp, she samples the array of mouth-watering dishes and other delicacies.  These joints are, however, not for calorie-counters and weight-watchers.

As almost everything around us goes techie, the world of beauty can’t be far behind.  For busy people, there are now technology-based beauty treatments.

Reyes takes us to these Aesthetic and Wellness Clinics this Saturday.

March is the month for honoring women. The show has a special feature on chemist-scientist Gigi Sanchez of Cebu who is behind the Lactobiotics and Antica food drinks. She has earned praises for her contribution to wellness industry and health buff are drinking more of her products. She takes time to thank customers in the Philippines and overseas. Male chauvinists who say the female is the weaker sex must now think twice.
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