Wonder Girls' Sohee's Secret To Great Skin, "A Light Skin Care Regimen"
By Staff Writer | June 25, 2012 12:47 PM EDT
Still new to her 20's and more fitting to be called a girl than a woman, Wonder Girls' Sohee's editorial photos were released. She is garnering attention from her interview in the July issue of Elle magazine where she reveals her secret to great skin.
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Sohee started performing at a young age and while promoting in the U.S, she even did her own makeup at times. Despite all the thick stage makeup, Sohee maintains beautiful, clean skin. Her regimen doesn't consist of applying an unnecessary amount of skin care products, but just mist, hydrating cream, mist facial packs and sun screen. She revealed that in order to maintain her skin, she keeps only a light skin care regimen.
Sohee is known for her unique sense of style such as 'Sohee's casual wear' or 'Sohee stockings'. Although she is embarrassed by this, she revealed that it makes her happy that her interests and likes have been well received by people.
Internet users commented, "Of course she had a special regimen" and "Its surprisingly simple, yet a good reference."
The Wonder Girls are currently promoting their new song, "Like This" since its recent release.
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