“Fash­ion has re­ally re­de­fined what it means to be beau­ti­ful to­day. It’s no longer about beauty stan­dards, but ex­pres­sions of in­di­vid­u­al­ity; re­flected even in our choice of beauty brands.”

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Bazaar Hot 150 -

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HARPER’S BAZAAR

I’m al­ways ex­cited with ev­ery BAZAAR Beauty Awards. Each year, the beauty land­scape changes, and with that, the reper­toire of prod­ucts nom­i­nated. Two years ago, al­most half the prod­ucts were nat­u­ral or or­ganic; now, I’m see­ing many more Asian brands.”

I’m re­ally into foundation tech­nol­ogy, which shows how cut­ting-edge a beauty mar­que can get. Dior Diorskin Nude Air is amaz­ing: light yet long-last­ing, with an incredible colour match.

Flaw­less­ness is truly a top-to­toe pur­suit, and body prod­ucts are my in­dul­gence. I love the whole rit­ual of warm baths, sen­sual scrubs, cream­ing up, and touches of oil. Ren’s Moroc­can Rose body scrub is di­vine, al­though

Bliss 24-Hour cream and Hot Scrub re­ally do the job!

This is the one time I’m spoilt for serums, and so dou­ble dose them in lieu of cream. Chanel’s Hy­dra Beauty Mi­cro Sérum or Cosme Decorte’s Mois­ture Li­po­some gives the right base of hy­dra­tion, fol­lowed by SK-II’s LXP Ul­ti­mate Per­fect­ing Serum that works deep and pow­er­fully.

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