These past few days, a great attention was directed to the international singer Charice. The thing— her new look. See for yourself.
She looks like a lesbian. Not that I have something against lesbian nor I judge her for being (rumor has that she is) a lesbian, but what I am concerned about this look is that it is so far fetched from her personality.
‘Or maybe this is actually the real Charice,’ some of you might say. But the thing is, this is not the first time that Charice did something to make a fuss about. Few months ago, she had her botox. See, BOTOX before twenty?! Who would get botox before twenty? My point being, it seems like Charice made this sudden change just to start a fuss around her. And now here she is sporting a new look and a tattoo……..uhm?
The thing here is that, her new look is not consistent with her personality. There is definitely a branding issue here. A belter like Charice should not be styled like an RnB icon. She is not Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, or JayZ. She is Charice. I do think that Charice already found her niche in the music industry so she, and her stylist, should stick and develop her on that area. The problem why Charice can not sustain such media hype is that she changes her wardrobe too often that the people– her American Market, of course– could not identify her with something. Charice is Charice Pempengco here in the Philippines but for the others, she is just a girl with a good voice but can easily drown with competition.
Charice should not go further with this look, she needs to revert back to her old self.