How does Korean makeup look?
Korean beauty products have been on the rise in recent years, thanks to their unique formulations and effective results. From skincare to makeup, there is a Korean beauty product to suit every need.
One of the reasons for the popularity of Korean beauty products is their use of natural ingredients. Many Korean beauty brands like Klairs create products that contain herbal extracts and fermentates that are known to be gentle and effective. Fermented ingredients in particular are thought to be beneficial for the skin, as they help to promote cell turnover and improve skin texture.
Another reason for the popularity of Korean beauty products is their focus on multi-step skincare routines. Rather than using a single product to address all of their skincare needs, Korean women often use a series of products that work together to achieve the best results. This multi-step approach is thought to be more effective than using just one or two products alone.
Here the steps to follow Korean make-up.
1: Prepare your skin by moisturizing it.
The secret to Korean’ glass skin’ is moisturized and hydrated skin called ‘chok chok’ in Korean. Moisturizing your skin at night and during the day is essential. That’s why you should develop a skincare routine first before learning Korean Makeup looks.
2: Taking sun care.
The sun is unavoidable in Singapore’s tropical climate, making this one of the most important steps in any makeup tutorial.
Pony and Risabae, two of the most popular Korean makeup artists, emphasize the importance of using sunscreen, which is included in every makeup tutorial.
The last thing to remember is you have to reapply sunscreen every two hours. This will protect your skin for the whole day if you’re outside in the hot sun.
3. BB creams or cushion compacts.
If you haven’t tried BB creams or cushion compacts yet, we recommend that you do if you haven’t already.
BB creams and cushion compacts that work well with Korean seasonal weather should also be considered. If you follow this method, your final look will be airy and light, just like your favorite Korean stars.
Although many of us aren’t blessed with flawless skin; concealer always comes in handy.
In addition to reducing the appearance of dark circles and acne scars, it can also minimize redness on the skin.
5: Eye makeup
They make their eyes the focal point of their faces, so they call eye makeup “point makeup.”
Koreans prefer to keep colors to a minimum when it comes to eye shadow, as they prefer a more natural look rather than having makeup too obviously applied. Therefore, neutral colors are recommended, such as brown, pink, or coral.
Have you ever thought about how a face’s brows impact its appearance? A straight brow with a slight curve at the end is another characteristic of the youthful Korean look. It used to be that Korean female celebrities had straight eyebrows, but nowadays, you will see that they opt instead for a natural arch, like Bae.
Several Koreans also tint their eyebrows to make the color match their skin and hair, especially if their hair dyed a light color. Trying it will yield surprising results!
We’ve completed the base makeup, so now we’ll add some healthy glow to your face. We recommend powder blushers for beginners because they are easier to blend.
Korean women prefer pink blushers coral or rosy in color, as they complement their skin tone.
The gradient lip makeup trend has taken over the world, but it originated from Korea. It makes your lips look fuller. The basic principle behind a gradient lip is to use a darker shade on the inner lips and then use a lip brush, a cotton bud, or your finger to blend it outwards to create a gradient effect.
9: Oral Hygiene
Koreans are big on oral Hygiene. It’s normal to see people brushing after eating Kimchi and garlic as blowing your teeth three times a day is a must.
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