Liu Wen for Estee Lauder | First Look

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 28, 2010

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Updated October 27, 2017

After the news broke in April of Liu Wen’s beauty contract with Estee Lauder, we have been waiting for the first images to be released. Here is our first look at the Chinese beauty’s campaign for the cosmetics giant with makeup by Tom Pecheux. (Racked)


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9 thoughts on “Liu Wen for Estee Lauder | First Look”

  1. Liu Wen is so naturally beautiful and I know the whole point is to sell Estee Lauder’s cosmetics but doesn’t this seem garish? They should make use of her looks to sell flawless glowing foundation or something, not purple lipstick.

  2. Liu Wen is so naturally beautiful and I know the whole point is to sell Estee Lauder’s cosmetics but doesn’t this seem garish? They should make use of her looks to sell flawless glowing foundation or something, not purple lipstick.

  3. not that fantastic, the shape looks a bit weird and unnatural, too much overtouched

    The look doesnt’ work for Liu

  4. Eww. Over photoshopped. Where are the pores on her face, the lines that make you human? She looks plastic in a bad way. Her eye makeup makes her eyes look caved in as well. And as someone else said, she should’ve been for foundation not lipstick. Disappointed big time; just not a good photo.

  5. I love love Liu, but this is just too much photoshop. I dont care what kind of make up it is, every woman has texture on her face. Period.

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