Honey skin isn’t entirely different from glass skin, it’s quite similar but with more emphasis on looking dewy and plump. Despite what you might think, the honey skin trend doesn’t mean slathering your face with honey but rather, it’s all about obtaining skin that resembles honey.
All it takes is layering on skin hydrating and brightening products like serums and moisturizers.
The LED mask
LED skincare devices may have been around for a hot minute, but it looks like you might want to get acquainted. With infrared and near-infrared lights, they work to help stimulate collagen production, while eliminating bacteria that cause acne breakouts.
They are pricey, but to save on the price, some people choose to use the mask at home, instead of going to a clinic or aesthetician.
This might seem counter-intuitive to what we all know about makeup, ever since Kim Kardashian popularized the contoured aesthetic, but in South Korea, they do things very differently.
K-beauty much prefers the au-natural look, which uses minimal contouring techniques that softly shape the face, instead of chiseling it beyond recognition.
While the concept of covering your face in gold seems a little over the top, it's becoming increasingly trendy to do so in South Korea's elite beauty circles. With a culture so obsessed with skincare, it's not at all surprising that they'd pamper their skin with literal gold.
Obviously, this mask is more of a status symbol, who knows if it's actually better than a regular sheet mask?
The chunky highlights trend was super popular around 10 years ago, but now we're seeing more and more of these hairstyles in slightly muted colors. From ashy grey colors to pastel blues, any color is an option to give your hair a bit more edge.
If you're feeling ready to take the plunge and dye a section of your hair, it's best to do it at a professional salon.