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It’s a good idea to apply a toner, serum, emulsion, eye cream, and cream before your makeup so everything will blend nicely onto your skin. When your face is moisturized, makeup won’t feel dry or look dry on your face!
Once your skincare have been applied, apply a primer to smoothen the skin to help your makeup look better and last longer.
CC cushions are highly preferred because of its lighter texture while still providing the perfect coverage for flawless looking skin!
For a glass skin look, pump some foundation on your hand and mix in a little bit of your cream, it creates a nice dewy glow effect on the skin!
Korean eyebrow look is generally straight with little to no arch to create softer appeal. Choosing the color of your eyebrow pencil is also very important. Generally, the color should be similar to your hair (assuming you have the natural hair shades: black, shades of brown, shades of blonde).
Eyebrow pencils are usually preferred but if your hair is very light but have dark eyebrow hair, eyebrow mascaras help create a more natural look than just a pencil alone.
Eyeliners are drawn very thin with little to no wing or simply following the eyelid curvature. Soft color eyeshadows are used for a natural subtle look. To create bigger looking eyes, the use of double eye lid tape is used to create the illusion your eyes are big.
To further articulate the eyes, there’s a trend where the eye bags are accentuated by applying light shading under the eye bags to create something called "smiling eyes".
Lips are the center of attention and they can completely change your look. The most well-known trend in K-beauty is the “gradient lips” where lips are colored with two tones. One lighter tone generally applied on the full lips, and a darker shade applied on the center of the lips.
Now introducing a new way to contour your face! Here is another way to achieve a natural look! While regular contouring is known for its bold shadings, baking, and highlighting techniques, non-touring is a way to showcase highlighters and illuminators at its best.
Rather than using a shading pact to create depth with shadows on the face, using only a highlighter on light-reflecting areas and a lighter coverage base creates a much softer and more natural look!