Coral, pink, and orange color lipstick that will become the trend this S/S season were shown by HyunA through the photo shoot. She was able to change completely into whatever makeup she was wearing at the moment, impressing all the staffs onsite.
Hyuna Without Makeup
4Minute’s HyunA transformed into a sweet little girl through a summer pictorial she took for the internationally-renowned makeup brand MAC. This is a transformation from the sexy look the singer usually tends to portray.
HyunA put on some coral and pink colored make-up which are definitely trendy for this year’s spring and summer seasons. Orange-colored lipsticks are in fashion as well.
HyunA recently posed for another pictorial for ELLE and Vogue Girl and this time, the focus was more on fashion, especially on sporty-casual clothing. Also, HyunA is currently the model for the popular game Netmarble Mystic Fighter and she can be seen as a fierce warrior holding up various sword. She started to promote this game since late March.
She showcased summer makeup with the makeup brand MAC. She wore various lipstick for the new season. MAC said, "We did her makeup to express HyunA"s various beauty, including the feminine, serene coral look that she usually doesn"t do, as well hot pink and neon orange look to emphasize her fresh charms. We suggest you become a trend setter with HyunA"s makeup photoshoot."
HyunA took a refreshing step back from her fierce stage makeup and toned it down with coral and pink eye shadow, lipstick, and blush. She also showed a bold navy-colored eyeliner look for special occasions. She then sported a curly hairstyle for the shoot, which added a modern-day Marilyn Monroe vibe to the everything.
HyunA took a refreshing step back from her fierce stage makeup and toned it down with coral and pink eye shadow, lipstick, and blush. She also showed a bold navy-colored eyeliner look for special occasions. Fans also couldn"t take their eyes off the curly hairstyle she was sporting for the shoot, which added a modern-day Marilyn Monroe vibe to the photo shoot.
4minute HyunA Without Smokey Eye Makeup, 'Different Person'4minute's member HyunA's feminine side is becoming an issue.
HyunA was asked, "Which face do you like better - naked face or makeup face?" and she replied, "When I don't have makeup on, I look like a normal, 22-year-old college student."
Group 4 Minutes members Hyuna and Nam Ji Hyun were seen taking a picture in LA.Group 4Minute's members HyunA and Nam Ji Hyun were seen taking a picture in LA.
The two were seen without any makeup on and were seen smiling, that showed a pure image. They looked like high school students and attracted attention.
And it isn't merely any recurring man; it is the Marvel antihero Deadpool! For 'High Cut's February issue, HyunA posed appropriatealong her new husband Deadpool, affectionately bringing him into her embrace, cooking a meal with him, and just acting all lovey dovey. This photo shoot turns out to be an inventive style to advertise the 'Deadpool' movie which is decided to premiere on February 16.
A K-Pop famous person and an antihero certain do make an not going couple...but HyunA one way or the other makes it work. Take a glance at the footage from the pictorial below.
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K-Pop News Weekly Best 3: South Korea Uses K-Pop Propoganda, 'Family Guy' Parodies HyunA, Seungri's Fraud Case
Last Sunday night, Fox's "Family Guy" featured an episode that brought characters of the animated sitcom to South Korea. Whilst in Seoul, the characters explored South Korean culture, adding K-pop and K-dramas. Womancrew Sistar was shown on screen several times, and the display ended with a parody of HyunA's "Bubble Pop" conducted by Peter Griffin and friends. K-pop lovers likewise noted that dances and degree outfits made favored by teams like Kara and EXO were also featured in the cover.
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