Disney's ALADDIN: The New Stage Musical at the Meralco Theater

Hello everyone! It's been rather busy lately, but allow me to share some news about Aladdin, which we have on December 8, 8pm at the Meralco Theater. Read on for our Give Back with World Vision and our Awesome Foursome special. See you in the streets of Agrabah!





Watch Aladdin with Upstagers Manila! A portion of the proceeds for the December 8, 2012 8pm show of Disney’s Aladdin: The New Stage Musical at the Meralco Theater will help sponsor a child through World Vision. See you in the streets of Agrabah!




Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin
Book by Chad Beguelin
Based on the Disney film written by Ron Clements, John Musker, Ted Elliot and Terry Rosio

Starring
Tom Rodriguez as Aladdin
K-La Rivera as Princess Jasmine

8 December 2012, 8:00PM
Meralco Theater, Ortigas

Ticket Prices:
Php1,500.00 – Orchestra Center
Php1,350.00 – Orchestra Side
Php900.00 – Orchestra Side Obstructed
Php1,100.00 – Loge Center
Php1,000.00 – Loge Side
Php700.00 – Balcony Center
Php600.00 – Balcony Side
Php500.00 – Balcony Back




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Magic in a Bottle: Color Club Polish in Magic Attraction

First of all, I have to admit that I had a Halloween design planned in my head. Unfortunately for me, the lace I was supposed to use disappeared in a smokey green *poof!* and so I settled for a non-gruesome manicure. (Translation: I lost the lace and I couldn't find it! Boo!)

Achieved with two coats of Magic Attraction 

So about Color Club's Magic Attraction. At first glance, it looks like your ordinary glitter polish. When I got it in the mail, I gave it one look and thought, "Why did I get this again?" I stuffed it in my nail polish bin and promptly forgot about it. When I couldn't find my lace, I rummaged through my stash and picked this bottle up. It has small and tiny silver holographic glitter and a sprinkling of tiny red glitter. Once I tried it on, I was stunned. It looked like crushed diamonds. Beautiful.

Magic Attraction is very easy to use, too. The brush is your regular round brush, but we can only thank the company's formula for applying like a dream. There is a ton of glitter and it applies pretty even, not like some glitters where you have bald patches on parts of a nail. Not only that, this baby dries fast. Like, super fast. I paint my right hand, and after the left, I can confidently touch, press, and even rub my right fingernails. Magic!

Photos do not do justice to Magic Attraction. Gotta see it to believe it. So beautiful.

One thing about Magic Attraction, like most glitter nail polish, is that it feels a little sandy or gritty after one swipe of top coat. Not that I particularly care about that since I love my textured nails but some people want a smooth manicure. You can probably achieve that, but with a few more layers of top coat. Oh, and I'm not sure if it's available locally. I purchased mine online and had it shipped from the US.

These were my NOTW and I still adore Magic Attraction. One week after and I have no major, yucky chips. There is nail growth as well as tip wear, but not as much as I expected since I work with my hands for my job. I have to admit, there are a few small chips in some of the nails' tips, though they are so minor that they're barely noticeable. Magic Attraction is very easy to wear! I really love it :)

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