Faux freckles are slowly creeping into the scene, they were first seen on Korean pop stars and now beauty influencers are embracing them. Freckles are after all cute and they are an extra feature of your skin.
All you’ll need to get the faux freckle look is a waterproof eyebrow pencil and a steady hand.
We've all read about making your own hair mask with ingredients found in your kitchen pantry, but now there's a new solution for that, and it actually feels more legit than grabbing a kitchen staple from the fridge.
Koreans have cracked the code and created this product that's said to recreate the mayo look and feel, while also giving your hair extra shine.
If you’ve read this far, you might have noticed a similar theme throughout most of the Korean beauty trends. As with most beauty trends in Korea, they're all meant to create a cute and youthful look!
As its name suggests, the milky eye look is meant to frame your eyes with soft, delicate colors, reminiscent of cereal-colored milk.
If anything, our list is a testament to the fact that beauty trends are as interesting as they are unique. With truffle oils featuring as another skincare staple, you'll be pleased to know that this product can be used on your face just as well as in your recipes.
Of course, truffle oils are on the pricier side of the range but that doesn't necessarily mean they work any better than any other good old-fashioned facial oil.
Superfoods for Skin
It’s basically common knowledge that the food you eat will affect the health and wellbeing of your skin. So it's only natural that there will be trending superfoods that takes things one step further.
Supplemental ingredients are being used more and more in beauty products to help nurture good skin. Currently, noni fruits are taking the charge. Noni is a nutritious fruit that helps regenerate the skin by tightening pores, moisturizing, and preventing the formation of wrinkles and lines.