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Shin Min-ah's Pure Aura, "The Smell of Summer"

2019/07/02 | 329 views | Permalink | Source

Shin Min-ah's beauty pictorial in ELLE was revealed in its July issue.

The jTBC drama "Chief of Staff" actress met with Chanel Beauty.

Shin Min-ah shines with purity and elegance, like milky-white Joseon porcelain. Only pink and base make-up make her skin look almost transparent, resembling the 'no make-up look', and the foundation looks breathtakingly clean, showing the true beauty of Chanel Beauty's muse. The official ambassador of ELLE displayed flawless complexion throughout this breathtaking photo shoot.

Through Shin Min-ah's beautiful glow among the fine and elegant objects resembling the moon jars, we can feel the pure, clean air of early summer. The pictures and beauty film with ELLE can be seen in the July issue of ELLE and its official homepage (elle.co.kr) as well as the ELLE official SNS.

Source : pop.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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