Shine and stand out IRL!
K-pop beauty: Never boring, always colorful and fun. It's pretty easy to look up to K-pop idols like Lisa of BLACKPINK, Nancy of Momoland, Jessica Jung, Tiffany Young, Oh My Girl, Red Velvet, Chungha, and G-IDLE, to
Can't stop, won't stop.
While cleansers, toners, essences, and moisturizers make up the core of Korean skincare routines, face masks are the cherry on top. These babies contain ingredients that accelerate your current skincare routine's glow-boosting powers. In short, face masks make your
Was it all worth it?
As a 24-year-old with combination skin that's prone to dehydration and sensitivity, I normally get hormonal breakouts when it's my time of the month. My skin isn't that bad, but ever since the concept
A lot of needles poked my face, too!
Since I reached my thirties, I've been hyper-aware of the changes in my skin: Fine lines have started to appear. Because of this, I have become a maximalist when it comes to my skincare routine. I remember in my
Perfect for no-makeup days!
Breaking news: Foundation is not the only thing in the planet that can help you score flawless skin in an instant. Below, we rounded up skincare and makeup products that can smoothen and brighten your complexion seconds after application. These items are
Get. That. Glow.
Highlighters bless our faces with a faux glow-the express ticket to a dewy, glazed doughnut complexion. If you're too lazy to go full-on glam, just sweep a luminizing product on the cheekbones and you'll look as
Finally, a doable Korean skincare routine.
Koreans introduced the 10-step (sometimes 14+++) skincare regimen to the world. The said ~*complex*~ routine is apparently the secret to getting cottony-soft complexion, "glass skin," "honey skin," or whatever term you want to call it. However, it seems like this
Her skin's shine is 100!
Every time we hear of the "Glass Skin" trend, fair-complexioned Korean actors and singers usually come to mind. While they all look good with it, we've always wanted to see someone with a skin tone closer to ours sporting
Finally!
As beautiful as the "Glass Skin" trend looks, it's not exactly something oily-skinned peeps are dying to try. Why add extra dew when you're complexion is already shiny AF on its own, right? But YouTuber Anna Cay
Her skincare routine is simple AF.
The "Glass Skin" trend started in Korea, so obvi people hang on to every word Korean stars have to say about how they get radiant (but never greasy) complexions.Which brings us to Hyerin, a member of the K-Pop girl group
Because glass skin is in.
With selfies (and photography in general), good lighting is key to achieving that perfect shot. For example, no matter how dewy your skin is IRL, bad lighting won't let you properly flaunt your glow. But with the right tools, you
Shine bright like a diamond in sunny Manila.
Let's be honest: Not everyone has the genes to score glass skin. But, thanks to our IG pal @milkeu_tea, we can at least achieve a poreless and almost transparent complexion with makeup and a few photography tricks.According to her,
Mask your way to a transparent complexion!
Achieving a transparent complexion with a healthy sheen-aka "glass skin"-depends on your diet, lifestyle habits, genetics (lest we forget!), and of course, an effective, consistent skincare regimen. What better (or cheaper) way to jumpstart your way to a K-beauty
She used some non-Korean products that are available in drugstores!
ICYDK yet, K-beauty introduced a new trend called "Glass Skin," where one possesses a poreless, porcelain-smooth complexion with a super dewy (almost wet) and reflective finish.Ellie Choi, an aspiring Korean makeup artist, shared via IG the products she uses
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