PREVIEW FEATURE JULY 2020 Rhian Ramos Opens Up About Taking a Break from Show Biz and Finding Herself|Read more »
Tag: korean makeup
We just HAD to find out the exact products she used!
Suzy Bae's March 2020 cover for Marie Claire Korea is still fresh in our minds, and the flawless beauty looks she wore for it are to blame.The photo that made it to the cover (yes, the one with the iconic flower pose)
You'll still look just as fresh and glowy!
Move over, glass skin and gradient lips. This year, all the Korean beauty trends we love have been revamped!Excited to try out these new trends? Remember: it doesn’t mean you have to limit yourself to K-beauty brands only. Experimenting is what makes
The "Hi Bye, Mama" star's makeup artist revealed them all.
Kim Tae Hee is nothing short of a legend in Korea for her beauty. Apart from her genes though, she also has her makeup artist, Son Ju Hee, to thank. The two have been working together for 14 years, and Ju Hee is
Have you noticed?
Instead of just exploring the local cuisine and tourist spots, Korean YouTuber Da-Ram tries to experience the country's local hair and makeup scene. She books appointments with local artists and films the entire process, demonstrating just how different beauty techniques are all over the world.
You might recognize her from My Sassy Girl, A Korean Odyssey, and Love with Flaws!
Aside from being a seasoned actress, K-drama star Oh Yeon Seo—from My Sassy Girl (2017), A Korean Odyssey (2018), Love with Flaws (2019)—is a huge beauty girl. In fact, she's the current host of Get It Beauty, which is the most popular beauty-centric
According to a Korean makeup artist!
Copying that trendy, fluffy brow look you've been seeing everywhere doesn't have to feel like rocket science. There are a couple different ways for you to do it, with soap brows being the most popular example (read about it here). But perhaps that's
She's absolutely gorgeous!
After a five-year hiatus, Kim Tae-Hee has returned to TV with the new K-drama Hi Bye, Mama. In it, the Korean actress plays Cha Yu-Ri, a new mother who suddenly dies from an accident. She then becomes a ghost, lingering around her daughter
A mini chocolate bar palette? Count us in!
Etude House is back with another scrumptious-looking collab! This time, the K-beauty brand worked with Hershey's for a full line of chocolate-inspired makeup that's almost good enough to eat.The collection includes a sweet lineup of eyeshadows, lip tints, and makeup brushes. The
It's the Year of the Rat, after all!
If you're a sucker for cute packaging (especially when it comes to makeup and skincare), then we bear good news. With Chinese New Year right around the corner, why not gift yourself something to ring in the new lunar year? Korean beauty
Tired of your foundation melting off?
The weather in Korea might not be as hot and humid as ours, but we can definitely learn a thing or two from K-beauty about budgeproof makeup. The meticulous way that they prep their skin, for one, can probably fix one—if not
Morenas, this product has you (literally) covered.
We all know that face products such as foundation, cushions, and concealers of Korean makeup brands usually just cater to fair, light, and medium skin tones. This makes it harder to shop for products especially if you're a morena K-beauty enthusiast. But
It's the ultimate K-beauty fantasy.
Makeup artist Park Hye-Min, or Pony, as the internet calls her, is arguably the biggest beauty YouTube star in Korea. Her channel has over five million subscribers, who stay not only for her transformative makeup tutorials (her Taylor Swift transformation got more than
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
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
This goes out to all our Preview boys! If you've always admired your fave K-pop idol or K-drama actor's seemingly flawless looks, know that they 've got beauty staples they depend on, too. Here, watch four funny Korean teenage boys sample the
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,
A breakdown of the now-classic beat.
It may have started as a trend, but the K-beauty look is now a must in every makeup expert's arsenal as much as the usual insta-glam and "no makeup" makeup. If you haven’t hopped on the Korean makeup train yet, well, why?
The endless list of options makes deciding which Korean beauty products to add to your first beauty haul a little overwhelming, so here's a nifty shopping trick: Opt for products that are already tried and tested, a.k.a. those with a cult-favorite status. Since
It's the most practical one we've watched to date.
If you think "glass skin" makeup requires you to be naturally poreless and translucent, then you can't be farther away from the truth. FYI, whether you have dry, oily, or acne-prone skin, achieving this K-beauty trend comes easy when equipped with the
For a youthful flush!
If you're someone who feels quite intimidated by blush, our best advice is to either change the color/formula you're using, or change how you're applying it. You'll be surprised at how big of a difference these things can make! To show you