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Who was Fanny Serrano? Celebrity makeup artist Died at 72

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Fanny Serrano, a makeup artist, died on Tuesday. Tita Fanny, or TF, was the industry’s most well-known beauty specialist.

On their Facebook page today, Designers Circle Philippines confirmed his death. The majority of the members of the association are Filipino fashion designers. They paid respect to the beauty and fashion icon with the following post:

“This is a sad day for the entire fashion and beauty business.” A PIONEER, a GENIUS, and a CREATIVE FORCE were all lost. Designers Circle Philippines, on the other hand, has lost its one and only ‘TF,’ Tita Fanny Serrano, our guide, inspiration, and friend. TF, may you rest in power and beauty! We shall be eternally grateful and privileged to have known a true Filipino idol during our lives.”


Serrano’s family also used Facebook to confirm the 72-year-death. old’s In a Facebook post, Martin Miranda revealed their father’s death:

“It is with a heavy heart that I must inform everyone that my Father, Felix Mariano Fausto Jr. alias Fanny Serrano, quietly joined our creator yesterday night, about 9 p.m. MNL, at the tranquilly of our house.”

The family is comforted by the outpouring of support, according to the message. They were also pleased to see some “celebrating his life” fans.

The Death cause of Fanny Serrano:

In March 2021, the makeup artist suffered a huge stroke and was placed on life support. Serrano’s friend and megastar Sharon Cuneta reported that he was healing at home two months later. His health has tragically deteriorated since his return home, according to the Manila Times. At the time of writing the Manila Times report, the cause of death had not been revealed.



Other Filipino fashion and beauty icons paid respect to Serrano on social media. In a Facebook post, Dave Ocampo and Domz Ramos said:

Apart from being a well-known beauty and fashion icon, Serrano has also acted in a few films. He appeared in films such as Babangon Ako’t Dudurugin Kita and Tarima, both of which were released in 1989 and 2010.


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