• ROGER D. BELTRAN
As the PowerHouse School of Talents come to the conclusion of its second season, an evolution in its concept was also established as it will highlight women empowerment.
Women of different sizes, skin tones and ages will come together as one to throw a splash of colors and prove how rightful they are of their crowns in the much anticipated second performance dubbed, “Evolve”, bound to happen at 888 Events Center 4 p.m. on January 28.
The event will emphasize the breaking of gender stereotypes among women whose perception may only confined in aesthetics, that is why this time it is creating a statement that empowered women take a leap and take a lead.
Prior to this, the ladies are scheduled to an empowerment talk where they could get to listen and interact with accomplished female bosses who run their own businesses or thrive in their careers.
Founded by a pageant veteran and beauty titlist, Jelliane Rose Dinorog-Villacuatro, the director has long believed in championing women empowerment, thus creating these meaningful avenues for the ladies.
She said she believed that the positive impact that the Personality Development Program offered by the school would even be reinforced by exposing the ladies to the real world.
A total of 27 students will be participating in the second recital. They are Jaiane Saabriel Villacuatro, Jasiane Hadraniel Villacuatro, Areinh Malan, Daenerys Rosie Jimenez, Anika Grey, Krishan Reese Cardinal, Eunice Reolo, Cassandra Reolo;
Bernice Cabo, Zxamientha Kytti Poloyapoy, Gwyneth Rofechelle Naim, Tisha Marie Espeleta, Jashel Dawa, Liz Daniellle Claveraz, Julianah Cassandra Makilan, Joice Christine Makilan, Patricia Caburog, Tracy Uhlmann;
Jada Biaxyl Celeste, Deanne Yvette Guinanao, Ashley Cañete, Carvi Lacson, Allona Nejar, Marielle Olita, Hannah Nicole Cario, Alyannah Dinorog, and Mia France Franco.
Making the recital even more momentous would be the presence of the title holders the school has produced in the second season and the lady bosses of sponsor establishments.
The girls will be beautified by hair and make-up artists Jhet Tubongbanua, Kolorete by Jay, Ion Mangao, John Logronio and Javon Dawa.*