Black Lipstick which makes her skin look normal upon application


Young Kapuso stars Kyline Alcantara, Manolo Pedrosa, Kate Valdez, Migo Adecer, James Teng, and Angel Guardian were all present at the story conference of their upcoming movie, “Black Lipstick.” Black Lipstick a reimagining of the 1986 blockbuster hit “Blusang Itim” that starred Snooky Serna, Kyline plays Ikay, a girl who becomes the butt of jokes and a “living meme” in her university, because of her vitiligo, a disorder that causes white patches on her skin.

Upon discovering the magical black lipstick, which makes her skin look normal upon application, Ikay decides to lead a double life and assumes the identity of a social media influencer named Jessie. Also in the cast are Snooky herself, who plays Ikay’s mother; and Manolo Pedrosa and Migo Adecer as the love interests. “The story also touches on cyberbullying. My character doesn’t love herself and doesn’t have confidence, because her condition makes her feel insecure,” she explained. At some point in her life, Kyline admitted that she was just like her character. “I used to have lots of insecurities. And I often compared myself to other artists. I didn’t know my worth,” the 17-year-old GMA 7 talent said.

But eventually, she realized that she had become so caught up with her perceived faults or shortcomings that she lost sight of the blessings coming her way. “As I gained more experience here in the biz, I learned that comparing myself to others isn’t right, because all of us are unique. Little by little, l learned to love myself more, which in turn helped me build confidence,” said Kyline, who has starred in such series as “Kambal, Karibal” and “Inagaw na Bituin.” “I also realized that I have accomplished a lot of things at my age. So I’m just living in the moment and savoring everything I have now,” she said, adding that having a solid support system is indispensable. “I try not to mind the bashers anymore… I know myself, and my friends and family love me for who I am.” Kyline has done a number of television shows and indie projects in the past, but this is the first time she’s topbilling a mainstream film. Here is the movie trailer.

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