China’s state-owned CCTV has a new way of making people talk about beauty.
It’s dubbed “BeautifulPeople” in Chinese, a phrase that translates to “Beauty is not just a thing to look at.
It is a thing that can be achieved.”
The new TV show, which premiered on April 1, features a group of young girls and young women.
The girls wear makeup, are beautiful, and they have a knack for speaking to the camera with their unique voices.
In the show, they speak of their love for beauty and how they look, and how to treat it.
In a video posted on the company’s website, the girls are given an array of products to make their look flawless.
The products include cosmetics, face masks, face powder, lip balms, mascara, eye creams, body oils, and skin care.
“BeautifullyBeautiful” is the title of a new program produced by China’s National TV Media and launched by the CCTV’s sister TV station, CCTV.
It premiered on March 31.
A lot of the girls’ products are meant to mimic what Western beauty products are sold in China.
This show will show how beautiful you are, and it will make you happy and confident,” said one of the main characters, named “Cha.
“The girls in “BeauticallyBeautiful,” a new television show created by China National Television Media and China Central Television, speak of how to show the world that you are truly beautiful.
A girl wears makeup while chatting to a camera during a filming of a news segment in Beijing on March 30, 2018.
The new show is aimed at women aged between 14 and 50, who can’t be identified by their physical appearance. “
Beautifullybeautiful” shows the girls talking to a live audience about how to express their beauty, while wearing makeup, having fun, and enjoying themselves.
The new show is aimed at women aged between 14 and 50, who can’t be identified by their physical appearance.
It also gives young girls the opportunity to learn how to behave like their peers and act like women.
China Central Television has been a pioneer in the promotion of beauty products and the “Beautyscale” brand.
Its first television series, “Beautyname,” which debuted in 2010, focused on women of the world’s “beautiful beauty” and how it can inspire confidence, social and physical development.