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  • beautiful-christmasTheir Christmas celebration is as beau­tiful as all the people they have made beautiful. In the Antonio household, found­ers and owners of Salon de Manila and hairdressers to the stars, Christmas is al­ways beautiful. Not because of elaborate Christmas décor, bright lights, and won­derful gifts, but because the whole family is always together.

    “We have no plans yet for this Christ­mas, but as long as we’re together, for me, kahit sa bahay fang okay na,” says the 28-year-old Adlai Antonio, the first­born son of no less than the “Queen of Style” Pin Antonio, owner and creative di­rector of the renowned Salon de Manila. The 23-year-old Adlai has made a name for himself in the hairstyling indus­  try. Adlai was chosen last month to rep­resent the country in the “Best of Asia by World Tour” conducted by a world famous brand in hairstyling held in Macau.

    The Antonios will not change the cel­ebration this year, but they will include people affected by the tragedies by bless­ing them so that they will receive grace from Jesus Christ. The family also silently donated and reached out to the victims and survivors.

    Adlai is definitely looking forward to the traditional opening of gifts at 12 mid­night of Christmas Eve. He admits that he really waits every year for his mom’s gift as it always comes as a pleasant surprise.

    “I have a lot of favorite gifts from mom. It’s as if she knows exactly what I want or need. She always gives creative and wonderful gifts for the whole family,” ends Adlai.

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