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Recreating makeup of a Tang imperial concubine | Updated: 2021-12-29 13:33
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Peaches color the cheeks; eyebrows on fleek. A golden bird pinned; a jade hairpin waving in the wind. With the veteran skills of makeup artist Sun Aina, the peerless Tang Dynasty (618-907) imperial concubine returns to the modern era in the dance drama Li Bai.  

What are the features of makeup for a Tang Dynasty imperial concubine? How do you make it appealing to modern audiences as well? What are the differences in makeup styles for stage performances and TV productions? What are the inspirations for makeup of the imperial concubine in the dance drama Li Bai

Let's journey through the art of makeup and witness the recreation of the glamorous ancient beauty in dance drama Li Bai. 


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