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Alicia Amin stars in the Clé de Peau Beauté AW17 campaign video

Former AsNTM contestant Alicia Amin shows us how to work the latest chinoiserie-inspired collection

By Lydia Chan | Published: 24 Jul 2017

Video: ELLE Malaysia

Introduced in the 17th century and made popular in the 18th century, chinoiserie is a decorative art technique, which features a European take on Oriental motifs. This style served as the inspiration for Clé de Peau Beauté's latest collection.

To introduce the newest additions to the Clé de Peau Beauté skincare and makeup family, the brand shot a campaign video with six women: actresses Joanne Yew, Karena Teo, Tracy Cheong and Ein Tan, beauty queen Zhiny Ooi and Asia's Next Top Model contestant Alicia Amin.

Drawing from classic Eastern elements like the delicate touch of silk threads and the classic China-red shade, the Autumn Winter 2017 collection features four beauty products – the Le Fond de Teint foundation, the Intensifying Liquid Eyeliner, the Powder Eye Color Solo and the Rouge à Lèvres lipstick.

The Le Fond de Teint (RM1,100) marks the first time Clé de Peau Beauté infused skincare into a foundation, allowing for luminous, lightweight coverage and a China-doll like flawless finish. To achieve that seductive oriental gaze, line the eyes with the dual-ended Intensifying Liquid Eyeliner (RM195) and enhance with two new shades of the Powder Eye Color Solo (RM155 each) – beige 211 Peking and silvery 212 Oriental.

Finally, complete the whole look with a gorgeous pout using the S-shaped bullet of the Rouge à Lèvres lipstick (RM240), available in 12 shades.

Clé de Peau Beauté's AW17 collection is now available on beauty counters.

The Le Fond de Teint foundation (Photo: Clé de Peau Beauté)
The Intensifying Liquid Eyeliner (Photo: Clé de Peau Beauté)
The Powder Eye Color Solo (Photo: Clé de Peau Beauté)
The Rouge à Lèvres  (Photo: Clé de Peau Beauté)

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