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Gong Seung-yeon's deep eyes

2017/09/19 Source

A magazine published beautiful pictures of Gong Seung-yeon who is a bodyguard "Are You Human Too" with Seo Kang-joon. She cut her hair for this role.

In the photoshoot, her brown eyes are piercing and her features are so pretty that she draws the eye. In the following interview, she appeared carefree and easy.

"I don't use make-up often. I don't like thick make-up, so I only use sun cream. I use a cushion pact and lipstick if I have to".

Twice's Jeong-yeon is the best in make-up, she says.

"Usually, elder ones teach the younger ones how to use make-up, but not me. Jeong-yeon always has a pouch full of make-up and we use hers when we need it".

She's recently started to get interested in make-up and learning more about it.

"I don't think expensive is necessary. I realized while talking with my friends that even cheaper ones work well if you know which one is right for you. I even use home shopping sometimes".

Her pictures can be seen in the October issue of In Style.

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