High Tea with Taiwanese Celebrity Vivian Hsu
Updated: Jun 19, 2018
On June 2nd, nearly a thousand people gathered at the St. Regis Kuala Lumpur for a single purpose- to witness Taiwanese singer and actress Vivian Hsu’s, 43, first appearance in Malaysia.
And they certainly weren’t disappointed.
Not only was the celebrity present for the highly anticipated high tea by Bio-essence, the event itself was an extravagant affair. Magic shows, special photo sessions, product trials and other exciting programs were available for everyone, with a generous array of gifts, lovingly decorated with flowers and gold ribbons.
Hsu, who was invited by Bio-essence to share her relationship with the brand and highlight its re-establishment as the premium Asian skincare brand, was as gorgeous as ever- if not even more so.
For despite the grandiose air that already permeated the St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, there was one detail that stood out among the rest.
Hsu has long been admired for her timeless beauty, but on that day, she mesmerized everyone by amazingly looking younger.
When asked about her secret behind this, she shared that she had been using the new upgraded version of Bio-essence Bio Energy Complex.
“I am a fan of Bio-essence Bio-Gold series,” said Hsu, who was also the brand ambassador of Bio-essence for almost 10 years. “It’s rich in 24K pure gold flakes and anti-oxidants that promote microcirculation and improves the skin and metabolism. It regenerates the skin and prevents aging, forming a protective layer on the skin to ward off external damages.”
She also shared other beauty tips in the past, among which included adequate sleep, regular exercise, a balanced diet, and a proper lifestyle. In terms of facial care, she placed emphasis on the importance of makeup removal, cleansing, moisturising and using facial masks.
Among those who thronged the hotel were 50 KOLs, and celebrities and DJs including May June, Koujee, Queenzy, Alycia, Crystal, May Ho, Jacky Kam, Dato Jovi Wong Choong Hann, and One FM DJ—Gigi and Dino.
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Written by Crunch's Melissa Kartini