Seeing as Korean women are obsessed with hydrating their skin, they’ve come up with this nifty trick that solves all their dry skin woes while allowing them to wear their favorite foundation.
Instead of buying copious amounts of expensive professional products, they simply add a drop of their favorite face oil or serum to their foundation to get that dewy look.
This grungy, albeit slightly girly look, should allow your eyes to match with most makeup looks. The color Mauve sits in between purple and pink, while still remaining more subdued thanks to the grey undertones.
This shade can give an edgier look while still harkening back to the '90s.
If having flawless skin is something you aspire to, keep on reading. This trend featuring skin that's 'cloudless' simply involves having skin that’s free of any imperfections like dark spots and blemishes.
Basically, it means taking care of your skin in a holistic way, no sun, lots of beauty sleep, and of course having a skincare routine that works for you.
While Western makeup is all about that high arch, Koreans prefer straight brows, following the natural shape of the eyebrow and giving those brows a more innocent and still natural appearance.
This look also gives your face a more youthful appearance, while enhancing the natural shape of your features, and it's soon becoming the hottest trend to hit Western shores!
Bubble Clay Mask
With so many face mask varieties out there, this one is about as unique as it gets. Any clay mask should remove impurities, toxins, and other pore-clogging offenders, but with this one, you get the added bubbles.
Diligent K-beauty reports that these topical oxygen bubbles are nothing but a benefit, those bubbling ingredients can boost circulation which in turn brings oxygen and nutrients to every skin cell.