Amanda Seyfried attended the ‘Cle de peau BEAUTE 2014′ event at the Ritz Carlton Tokyo on June 2, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan.
The actress, who’s currently on the big screen in Seth MacFarlane’s “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” continues to wow me with her fashion sense and looks completely adorable in a black lace-adorned dress reminiscent of something Audrey Hepburn might have worn back in the day. Click the images for larger views.
She also did a Q&A with the audience. Here are a few highlights:
What is your impression of Japan and Tokyo, after coming back here again?
“I love Japanese culture. It is so refined and beautiful. Japanese women have such beautiful skin. The women in Tokyo, in particular, are so fashionable, They give me a lot of useful hints and ideas. It’s a shame I can’t stay here longer this time, but I always wish I had more opportunities to learn about all the wonderful aspects of Japan, and about its traditions. For place, of course I like Tokyo. Recently, I have been interested in Kyoto. I have a particular respect for its beautiful streets, history and culture. I also love Japanese food.”
What do you think is the key point of your makeup today?
“I had my look made up with clé de peau BEAUTÉ’s eyeshadow for autumn/winter this year, and the new foundation. I think it helped me enhance the charm of mature woman. I love it.”
What is the secret to keeping your beauty?
“I always stay very physically active, I drink a lot of water and, more than anything, I use clé de peau BEAUTÉ every day! I think that being happy and fulfilled is the most vital thing to bringing out women’s beauty. For me, what is most important is the time I spend with my family and my dog, Finn. That, and always taking on new challenges.”