First spotted on K-pop idol, Ji-yeon, the pastel hair trend requires a few rounds of bleaching before coloring your hair, so we definitely wouldn’t recommend you try this at home.
If you’re eager to try this trend, prep your hair by applying argan oil to hydrate the ends and but back on heat-styling.
As we age, so do our little cells which means our skin won’t renew as rapidly as it always did when we were younger. Unfortunately, this results in thinner skin that lacks elasticity and collagen.
As strange as it may sound, smearing a handful of the placenta – which contains powerful stem cells – on one’s skin can help repair and heal your skin, thus stimulating skin renewal.
To translate this into English, augyo sal simply means 'eye smiles' and this obscure, albeit innovative trend involves amplifying those under-eye bag to look bigger but still natural.
Aegyo sal is meant to make your face look more innocent and youthful. And while many turn to surgery and filler injections, it can also be achieved with make-up.
Pre-, Pro-, and Post-biotics
This beauty trend focuses more on holistic wellness that connects skincare with overall health and wellbeing. When our microbiomes are off-balance, a plethora of skin and other health conditions can occur, ranging from dry skin to acne.
This is where probiotics come in, as these consumable supplements benefit both your microbiome and skin.
With classical skincare routines being a cornerstone of K-beauty for a hot minute, but why should we limit this kind of care to our face when we can integrate it to our hair?
From hydrating and moisturizing to cleansing and exfoliating, hair masks, oils, and essences, a scalp routine can give your hair a silky, glossy upgrade.