The past couple of years have seen Bea Alonzo riding high: she currently stars as Regina (Reign) Santana on Guns and Roses opposite Bad Boy Robin Padilla, enjoyed a successful run as Angela / Gelai in last year’s runaway hit teleserye Magkaribal, and won the Gawad PASADO Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Diane Alvero in the movie Sa ‘Yo Lamang. And, she says, she’s looking forward to her next project: “a movie, hopefully by the end of the year,” though she says they haven’t made a decision on the material yet.

She has also signed on as the face of Tupperware beauty brand Colour Collection. At the launch of Colour Collection’s Mineral Cosmetics line on August 23, 2011, Bea took a few minutes to sit down with the Female Network team and talk about beauty—not just in terms of cosmetics and skincare, but also in terms of the self-esteem that brings out that inner glow.

Click through the gallery below to learn what this talented actress has to say about makeup, skincare, confidence, and more.

Want to read more articles on Bea Alonzo? Check these out on FN:

(All photos courtesy of Tupperware’s Colour Collection. Colour Collection is available through dealers of Tupperware Brands. Call 859-3000 to find out which dealer is nearest you. For information on how to be a dealer, go to
Recommended Videos
Get the latest updates from Female Network
Subscribe to our Newsletter!
Trending on Network

Latest Stories

Princess Punzalan Reveals That She Had an Abortion at 15 Years Old

She also opened up about her difficulty in conceiving a baby with her ex-husband Willie Revillame.

Ian Veneracion Shares Why He Chooses to Remain Faithful to His Wife of 25 Years

“Madaling mambabae, kahit sino puwedeng mambabae. There’s nothing cool about it."

Jason Hernandez Reveals That He Cheated on Moira Dela Torre

"I believe that she deserved to know the truth rather than continue down a “peaceful” but dishonest path."

Finally! These Local Destinations Are Once Again Open To Tourists

The Tourism Promotions Board aims to bring these tourist spots back on the map.
Load More Stories