16 Korean Makeup & Beauty Hacks That’ll Transform Your Skin

Korean beauty products have become quite popular all over the world. From the face masks, to the most unique makeup products, K-beauty has now become a large part of the beauty market.

In today’s video, we will tell you the best Korean beauty and makeup hacks that will help you achieve dewy, radiant & daisy-fresh skin. From fruit juice makeup, fake laughing eyebags, applying a facial essence, using rice water to contouring just one facial feature and more.

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Jamsu: Jamsu literally translates to “submerge” in Korean, which is actually what this technique entails.

Try fruit juice makeup: In order to look as youthful as possible, Korean women tend to stick to an aesthetic she calls juicy-ism or fruit juice makeup.

Swap cat eyes for puppy dog eyes: Cat eyes are an essential part of the Western beauty vernacular, but in Korea, women are all about puppy dog eyes.

Go for stained, gradient lip: Gradient lips are a popular K-beauty technique that consists of applying a darker color on the inner lips.

Fake laughing eyebags: Korean women covet the little bump under the eye that shows up when you smile or laugh.

Mist your face between each makeup layer: Here is a strange but highly effective Korean beauty hack, misting face between each layer.

Give your face a steam massage in the shower: Skin clinics are down every block in South Korea, where you can get a facial massage as easy as a budget manicure.

Apply a facial essence between two layers of moisturizer: Many modern Korean women feel that essences are the key to sealing in all the goodies of your daily cleansing.

Air dry plus 10-second rule: After washing your face, leave it to air-dry instead of rubbing or patting with a towel.

Half baths: Korean spas often have something called ban-shin-yoks which translates loosely to half baths.

Never apply your cushion compact all over your face: Cushion compacts have gained popularity over the few years, especially since beauty gurus swear by them.

Try a toner pack: Toner pack, or “skin pack” in Korean is a mini DIY sheet mask. You can do this skincare hack during your busy morning, which is the biggest perk.

4-2-4 Cleansing method: This is a four-part skincare ritual similar to double cleansing. It involves four minutes of removing makeup by massaging cleansing oil on your face, then two minutes of applying a foam cleanser.

Use rice water: Korean’s emphasis on skin care is not a recent phenomenon but rather an old tradition.

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