Laneige’s Fall 2010 Makeup Collection: Mystic Veil

The gorgeous Song Hye Kyo modelling for Laneige.
The gorgeous Song Hye Kyo modelling for Laneige. (Click to enlarge)

The Laneige fall 2010 makeup look is fairly traditional: a little bit of smoky purple shadow and nude lips. But does any of this matter when it is Song Hye Kyo, who, by now, must be the longest serving spokesmodel for Laneige, who models the look?

The limited edition items in the Laneige Mystic Veil makeup collection for Fall 2010.
The limited edition items in the Laneige Mystic Veil makeup collection for Fall 2010. (Click to enlarge)

In its ‘art play’ tradition, this new collection contains mostly limited edition items. The design and the packaging are as beautiful as always (courtesy of designer Wendy Plovmand, who also designed for TopShop and Johnson & Johnson) and when you look at Song Hye Kyo, you just buy whatever she’s using anyway! 😉


6 comments on Laneige’s Fall 2010 Makeup Collection: Mystic Veil

  1. Tuyet Ngo
    September 4, 2010 at 6:18 pm (7 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi,
    I really like your blog, very informative. This is my first time venture into k and J products, I’m interested in buying some laneige makeup, you said you sale it on your website, I tried searching but couldn’t find anywhere on your website, I’m interested in buying laneige makeup and other whitening products, please help me out. Or if you don’t carry products please give me websites where they’re selling, I live in USA> thank you

    • Joseibi
      September 10, 2010 at 2:52 pm (7 years ago)

      Hi Tuyet,

      thank you for coming and your kind words!!! 🙂

      For Laneige (which is for 18-25 age group), you can try also sells it and ships worldwide. and carry some Korean products too. These sites had been out there for awhile (and I have shopped from them without problems). Hope you will enjoy the Laneige stuff!

  2. Cathy
    September 5, 2010 at 2:31 pm (7 years ago)

    Hi, Tuyet Ngo,
    I’m not Joseibi, but I’m trying to sell a few Laneige products that I no longer use, for example the whitening foundation and powder, and a makeup base. I have been following Joseibi’s advice very closely, and now, I no longer need foundation! I can also CP some Laneige products for you if you wish since my cousin goes to Korea every two months, and she’s due to go there next month.

  3. Cathy
    September 5, 2010 at 2:33 pm (7 years ago)

    btw, sorry for double posting, I forgot to say, my email is at
    contact me if you are interested

  4. Tuyet Ngo
    September 6, 2010 at 1:31 am (7 years ago)

    Thanks Cathy, I’m still doing some research on Korean skincare product and makeup, I will definitely contact you once I know what I want to buy. Since you already have experience with Korean products, can you give me some recommendation? I’m 26, but my skin is like a 35 yr old, very dull, uneven, since you have experience with korean products, would you mind giving me some recommendation. I just ordered The History of Whoo whitening cream hoping to even out my skin tone, have not got it yet, but I feel that one cream isn’t gonna be enough for me, I need more products like mask and etc. Makeup wise, I have not yet tried any korean/japanese products, I just recently came across Laneige’s makeup based on Joseibi’s blog, so I would need recommendation on makeup brands too. Sorry for the long reply,

    • Joseibi
      September 10, 2010 at 2:55 pm (7 years ago)

      Dear Tuyet,

      If you are past 25 and your skin is dull and uneven, you can still try the Laneige White Plus Renew line which is a skin brightening line. But after a year or two and if you find your skin is on the dry or dehydrated side, it’s time to switch to a line targeted for your age group. Iope is the ‘next phase’ brand and it does have base makeup products (primers, foundations and powders) but if your skin isn’t too dry you can still use Laneige makeup.


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