What's the secret to glowing skin? Just being happy, says model
Beauty bloggers and amateur photographers were out in force for the launch of Ultima II's Supreme Caviar DNA face cream on Tuesday. While the bloggers listened carefully for a tip or two from celebrity make-up artist Gary Chung, the wannabe snappers focused on getting a shot of novice model Christine Yeon Ding-ding.
Chung (right, with Yeon) demonstrated some of his best-kept secrets on how to keep skin smooth and moist in the cold weather at Ultima II's beauty counter in Causeway Bay's Sogo department store. He even used a pair of collagen eye masks to iron out Yeon's very faint young nasolabial folds.
The petite Yeon, a firm believer in her everyday beauty rituals, hopes her positive attitude would give her a natural glow.
'When you have passed the age of 20, you can't take it for granted anymore. You need to take good care of your skin in order to look younger than you actually are,' the model said.
'But most importantly, for a girl to look beautiful she has to be happy. I haven't met my Mr Right just yet. But if I do, I wouldn't mind getting married quickly.'
Until then, Yeon can use more caviar face cream and collagen masks to keep that youthful glow.