Along with versatile treatments, K-beauty has dabbled with acid layering, while maintaining a mild approach that focuses on achieving balanced skin. If you overdo it, you can inflame and upset the special balance of oils on your skin.
If however, you use these correctly, you can better attain a smooth skin texture that’s not too oily or too dry.
Feathery brows may seem like a difficult look to pull off, especially if your eyebrows are naturally thin. First, you'll have to refrain from plucking your eyebrows as often as you normally would.
Allowing your eyebrows to grow out will help you create the illusion of thicker brows. Next, you can grab an eyebrow pencil instead of a powder, as this will let you draw thin hair-like strokes onto your brows without worrying about powder fallout.
Shampoo for your Eyebrows?
Eyebrow gives our faces expression so why not give them the care they deserve? That was our observation when we stumbled across this peculiar product that is specifically formulated for your eyebrows and eyelashes.
Who would have thought of this? Trendy Koreans, that's who. Apparently, this trick gives your lashes and brows a fluffier look, which seems plausible but we still have our reservations.
This nose squeezing apparatus is not what you think it is. While at first glance they might look like a torture device, these little tools are quickly becoming a staple in Korea's line-up.
They're put on for approximately 15 minutes at a time and are said to help make one's nose look a little straighter.
Gradient lips were first thought of in an effort to draw more attention to the eyes and make them look bigger, resulting in a more youthful appearance. This seems to go against Western trends which favor a more mature-looking face, where attention is often drawn to the lips.
To get this look, simply concentrate on applying lipstick or lipgloss to the center of your mouth.