Being a BLINK knows no age.
On Sept. 6, Vicki Belo stunned netizens with her Instagram reel where she recreated the stunning outfits of BLACKPINK in their music video for Pink Venom.
"How did I do #Blinks? Pink Venom hit me hard too!" the celebrity dermatologist captioned her post.
Aside from the music's catchy beat and fun choreography, the outfits of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa definitely made their latest MV iconic. Here's how the 65-year-old Belo pulled them off.
First off, Belo channeled her inner "main visual" with the all-white outfit Jisoo wore in the song's pre-chorus. The celebrity doctor recreated the look using an all-white corset dress with a matching silver necklace.
Next off is the iconic "Kickin' the door, waving the coco" all-red 'fit worn by Jennie. Similar to the BLACKPINKs main rapper and lead vocalist, Belo wore an all-red fitted top and placed a cute little rose at the top of her braids.
Belo also recreated the Rosé all-black look in the refrain where she sang, "Look what you made us do." Similar to the group's lead dancer, Belo completed her look with messy braids and shimmering fake tear makeup.
Rounding out her recreation of BLACKPINK's looks is Belo's psychedelic cropped jacket-and-pants combo as worn by Lisa in the line, "This the life of a vandal, masked up and I'm still in CELINE." The celebrity doctor tweaked the 'fit a bit by wearing a pink Prada bucket hat instead of a white one and matched it with a cropped bright green jacket. Although Lalice and Belo's outfits differ in color, the dermatologist's video proved that achieving the chic but ragged look is what's important.
Belo definitely nailed the looks, with her husband Hayden Kho commenting "My Wife!!!" on the post. Meanwhile, her followers left comments like "Hindi tumatanda si Doc," "Lisa is shaking," and "Giving me Pinay Madonna realness."
BLACKPINK dropped Pink Venom a month before the launch of their second album "Born Pink" in September. According to Billboard, the track launched with the second-biggest worldwide weekly streaming total since the survey started in September 2020, and is on its second week atop the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Exclusive U.S. charts as of late.