Hong Kong performer Joyce Cheng recently had a retro fashion photoshoot where she needed to slip on a tight little polka-dot dress and get entirely dolled up in a “classic pin-up girl” look.
The shoot was for a magazine cover, with famous fashion stylist Anson Lau and well-known makeup artist Ricky Lau spearheading the creative team.
For someone who usually keeps her makeup simple and rarely wears provocative outfits, the 28-year-old expressed that “wearing little does not equate to being sexy, because sexiness stems from confidence”.
The daughter of late comedienne Lydia Sum and actor-singer Adam Cheng admitted, “This was a very bold attempt for me, but I like it, because I feel very feminine, empowered and confident.”
Although Joyce does not have a slender figure – she weighs approximately 90 kg – she explained, “I was surprised to find out that I actually suit this style of makeup and this hairdo. I hope that I get to keep trying new things. I think it will definitely be very fun.”