BEAUTY DI­ARY

THE EQUESTRI­ENNE, EN­TRE­PRE­NEUR, AND LIST SOTHEBY’S IN­TER­NA­TIONAL REALTY PROP­ERTY SALES AND MAN­AGE­MENT AS­SO­CIATE ON HER BEAUTY SE­CRETS.

Town & Country (Philippines) - - CONTENTS / AUGUST DEPARTMENTS - Pro­duced by Ca­role Cuasay-Ta­gle Pho­to­graphs by Kai Huang

Equestri­enne Tr­isha Sal­vador Ocampo’s tried and tested fa­vorites.

wHAT kEEPS YOU BUSY? I am a mother of two boys, one in high school and one in grade school, who have dif­fer­ent de­mands and needs, so that keeps me pre­oc­cu­pied. I also main­tain my sev­enyear-old busi­ness, Fille et Fils Scent Ther­apy. I started with three scents and it has de­vel­oped into room sprays, DEET-free anti-mos­quito colognes, eau de toi­lette, cologne, and aro­mather­apy sprays and oils. I’m also a prop­erty sales and man­age­ment as­so­ciate at List Sotheby’s In­ter­na­tional Realty, where we man­age, sell, and move prop­er­ties.

DAILY BEAUTY REG­I­MEN? I be­lieve less is more. I just make sure I wash my face with wa­ter, hy­drate, and sleep. When I travel, I use Clar­ins’ Beauty Flash balm and beauty oil. When I have to wear makeup, I use cleans­ing oil from Shu Ue­mura or Celeteque. I also be­lieve in a few Ja­panese prod­ucts: Shi­seido AquaLa­bel gel cream for hy­dra­tion and Anessa sun­block. wHAT IS IN YOUR MAkEUP

BAG? I have an eye­lash curler, Sephora lip gloss, M.A.C bronzer and shim­mer for cheeks, YSL con­cealer, and Chanel eye­liner. wHAT IS YOUR EvENING MAkEUP LOOk? I use a darker shade of eye­liner and gloss and my shim­mer. MOST MEM­O­RABLE

BEAUTY fAUx PAS? I don’t re­mem­ber any—but maybe that’s be­cause I refuse to re­mem­ber! wHAT IS YOUR PER­SONAL DEf­I­NI­TION Of BEAUTY? Beauty is sim­ple. Beauty is hap­pi­ness. HOw DO YOU TAkE CARE

Of YOUR SkIN? No reg­u­lar treat­ments, athough I see my der­ma­tol­o­gist and friend Dr. Alma Perez de Leon ev­ery two years for a mild gly­colic peel. HOw

DO YOU MAIN­TAIN YOUR PHYSIqUE? You are what you eat—I avoid pork and beef and try to eat healthy. That means more fish, more pro­tein, less glu­cose, less su­gar, and less fat. I also try to work out four to five times a week: Pi­lates, or rid­ing, which is my real pas­sion. If I can’t ride, I hit the gym for a 30-minute sweat. SOME SAY fIRST IM­PRES­SIONS ARE Ev­ERY­THING. wHAT IMPRESSION DO YOU HOPE TO LEAvE THROUGH YOUR PER­SONAL LOOk? There’s a Bi­ble verse that I want to quote: “Charm is de­cep­tive and beauty is fleet­ing, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised,” from Proverbs 31:30. HOw DO YOU RE­LAx? A reg­u­lar mas­sage. Rid­ing also re­laxes me, as­sum­ing I’m not in train­ing mode.

HOw wOULD YOU DE­fINE LUx­URY? I be­lieve lux­ury has evolved from ac­quir­ing things to ac­quir­ing ex­pe­ri­ences. Lux­ury could be watch­ing a beau­ti­ful sun­set, lis­ten­ing to a song that moves you, un­der­stand­ing a piece of art in a mu­seum, read­ing a book that in­ter­ests you, or vis­it­ing a new city. wHAT wOULD

YOU NEvER COM­PRO­MISE ON? My trust in the Lord. BEAUTY ICONS? Grace Kelly, be­cause of her clas­sic and time­less beauty and style. She lived her life with a pur­pose as she pro­moted both mo­ral and phys­i­cal in­tegrity in her non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tions. She al­ways ex­uded nat­u­ral beauty with hardly any makeup. And Gal Gadot—I be­lieve in women with a heart who exude strength and phys­i­cal power, aside from be­ing just a pretty face. BEST BEAUTY AD­vICE YOU’vE EvER RE­CEIvED? Sleep. hy­drate. Sleep. wHAT ARE YOU MOST

GRATE­fUL fOR? My par­ents, who are now both in heaven, for what they have in­stilled in me—to trust in the Lord al­ways. My sup­port­ive hus­band and my two boys more than any­thing. Moth­er­hood is the most chal­leng­ing yet ful­fill­ing job in the world.

TRIED AND TESTED

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