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Talk Of The Town: Korina Sanchez-Roxas Is On The Cover Of Metro Society Magazine



For the month of February, Metro Society is excited to present the cover of our Entertainment Issue. Talk of the Town! Korina Sanchez-Roxas: Beyond the makeover and their advocacies, get to know more about the lady who is always in the news. Watch out for our big feature inside this issue: 100 people you should be following on social media. Available in bookstores and newsstands soon. Photograph by Cyrus Panganiban Cover story by Leah Puyat Styled by Rex Atienza of styleList, inc. Assisted by Dane Barroso, Miguel Cruz, and Princess Villones Makeup by Mayesa delos Santos of Make Up For Ever Hair by Teejay Payongayong of Toni & Guy Primea . . . #insidemetrosociety #metrosociety #korinasanchez #korinasanchezroxas #cyruspanganiban #mayesadelossantos #leahpuyat #teejaypayongayong #covergirl #belo #belobeauty #makeover #news #tvhost #tvanchor #stylelistinc #styledbystylelistinc #advocacies #socialmedia #100peopleyoushouldbefollowing #ms100influential

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Indeed, all is fair in love and beauty as Metro Society unveils its February 2018 cover star: the alluring Korina Sanchez-Roxas, who is looking more radiant than ever.

From being a fearless broadcast journalist and fierce advocate for animal adoption and medical rights to beauty ambassador for the Belo Medical Group and entrepreneur of her own hair and skin line, K Everyday, Korina has truly crafted a beautiful life.

Whether she’s deep-sea diving in Anilao or climbing Montalban’s Mt. Pamitinan or championing her great number of advocacies that help children and the impoverished, it is evident her life now, together with husband Mar, is full—full of love and purpose, more than ever.

In the latest issue of Metro Society, Korina, who is also part of the #MetroMostStylish2018 list, opens up a side to her not many people know.

Also part of this issue is the "100 People You Should Be Following on Social Media" list.

The February "Entertainment" issue is out in newsstands and bookstores now.