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Self-care starts with face masks and some wine.
Korean skincare is known for its elaborate multi-step routine, but if you're just getting into the K-beauty regimen, perhaps your best entry-level product is a face mask. This product is easy to get into, especially because gratification from it is almost instant. And
Give your regimen a full K-beauty makeover!
We don't blame you for falling hard and fast for K-beauty, especially for their skincare. Those glow-inducing options are hard to resist, given that they offer a variety of impressive formulas that are perfect for Asian skin. This is probably why many
Using a toothpick! No kidding!
If you're obsessed with K-pop celebrities, chances are, you've noticed that they love straight brows. This eyebrow style draws attention to the center of the face, which helps create the illusion of a smaller visage. It can also make you look more youthful!However, it
Yup, it exists.
Having discoloration on the armpits is a common thing. A lot of Filipinas have it, including myself. Some possible reasons for this are constant shaving, plucking, or waxing, not exfoliating the area, wearing tight clothes, and using antiperspirants.While it's not particularly a big
A toner in cream formula? Yup, it's possible.
Korean skincare just introduced a new product that will help you achieve glass skin: Introducing, cream toner. In a nutshell, a cream toner is a next generation skin refiner that brings hydration to the skin like a moisturizer. To know more about
One product is sold every three seconds!
K-beauty is definitely having its moment here in the Philippines. More and more Korean beauty brands are setting up shop in the country, and while we always appreciate more options and innovations, it's becoming increasingly challenging to stand out. However, when a brand
It looks so natural!
It's no secret that K-beauty's take on the "no-makeup" makeup look is different from what you'd usually see in the West. There's a stronger focus on skincare, and there's almost always some eyeliner in the mix. You might even already know the
Here's everything you need to know about this brightening skincare product.
The Korean beauty industry is famous for introducing the world to new makeup and skincare concepts—like BB creams, facial essences, and cushion compacts. Their latest skincare innovation...or should we say "skinnovation"? Tone up cream. Ever heard of it? Yes? No?If you're unsure
Discover Jelly Eugenio's secret to achieving glass skin!
Nowadays, who isn’t yet in love with K-beauty? We’ve seen the signature lewk on our favorite K-pop stars and K-drama actresses: straight brows, glass skin, and soft, gradient lips.While there are already so many online tutorials on how to get the look,
If you love the cute characters of BT21 and you're also a big K-beauty fan, then Innisfree's new collab is definitely something you NEED this July! The Korean beauty brand revealed a limited edition Super Volcanic Clay Mousse Mask, Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask
Jelly Eugenio's first YouTube video has all the details.
Celebrity makeup artist Jelly Eugenio's skill echoes through his impressive clientele. His muses include Nadine Lustre and Catriona Gray, while he's one of the go-to's of Georgina Wilson and Isabelle Daza. We can't blame them for always going back to his makeup
The user called her K-beauty tutorial "pang maitim na Korean look."
A few weeks back, Tricia Gosingtian did a makeup tutorial inspired by K-drama actress Yoo In Na. She posted the video on her Instagram page:While many of her followers appreciated the said tutorial, there was one comment the blogger received that addressed
Nope, it's not a 10-step skincare routine.
Glass skin—or a complexion so smooth and glowy it's basically reflective—is an ideal skin condition in Korea. The term became very popular last year, so you might've come across many tutorials and guides on how to achieve it. However, no matter how
Get to know JL Crespo, the skincare savvy guy behind Instagram account @guy.skin.
"Gone are the days when only girls take care of their skin," says stylist JL Crespo—and we couldn't agree more. JL, who runs the Instagram account @guy.skin, is one of those men who are simply unapologetic about their love for beauty. While
Good news, K-beauty fans!
After its successful first launch in SM Mall of Asia, Innisfree is gearing up to welcome more Filipino K-beauty fans with a brand new store in SM Megamall. See the exact location below!The store will be opening to the public this Friday,
K-beauty has always been an awesome inspiration for easy summer beauty—the Koreans' love for vibrant hues and barely-there application are reasons enough! For an easy transitional look, here's a monochrome inspo from Tricia Gosingtian:Tricia created her entire look using only BLK Cosmetics—the brand's
Up your K-beauty game with these serums.
There are tons of serums from Korean beauty brands that are not only effective but also surprisingly wallet-friendly. If you have a specific beauty concern or issue you want to address for your skin type, check out the different options below!While skincare
Your eyeshadow palette has never looked this sinfully sweet!
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Etude House partnered with KitKat to release the KitKat Play Color Eyes Mini Eyeshadow Palette, and suffice to say, they're looking sinfully delicious. (Spoiler alert: They're not edible!)The new collab between the K-beauty cosmetic brand and
To arch or not to arch?
A list of popular K-beauty trends won't be complete without a mention of straight brows. Everyone from Korean actors to pop stars, male or female, have the same arch-less shape for that soft, youthful look. However, the famous brow shape might not
It could be your new go-to look.
Coral hues are going to be big in 2019 (Pantone has already called it) and from the looks of it, the trend will be spreading all over—Seoul, included. In fact, Korean actress Suzy Bae has already started sporting the hue on Instagram,