For quick touch ups and reapplication of sunblock, Korean women rely on their BB cushion with SPF. Plus, the handy mirror that comes along with a BB cushion serves as a great way to check on lipstick and reapply makeup on the go!
Part of the double cleansing routine, oil cleansers help to remove makeup residue, environmental debris and sebum — leaving you with clean skin that’s ideal for absorbing the best of your skincare.
Oil cleansers also moisturise skin while it cleanses so you don’t leave with dryness and tightness in your skin.
The fourth step in the Korean beauty regime, a serum is usually filled with active ingredients that work to protect and hydrate your skin.
For Korean women, hydration is an extremely important part of ensuring that their skin looks amazing no matter the weather. That said, on top of using a hydrating essence and serum, Korean women rely on moisturiser to get their skin glowing too.
Besides hydration, Korean women are also all about sun protection and religiously reapply it when they’re out.
Instead of black eyeliner, Korean women love brown eyeliner because it looks more natural and doesn’t look as harsh on the skin.
Lipstick or Lip Tint
Korean women love their lipsticks — it’s a great way to add some colour — and are known for starting the ombre lip trend.
Instead of applying their lipstick boldly, they tend to like sheer colours and prefer just a hint of colour.
Another beauty trend that Korean women are known for? Straight eyebrows. To get that straight shape, they first draw their eyebrows and fill them in with eyebrow powder.
Sheet masks are a vital part of the Korean beauty regime and Korean women are said to mask their face at least once a week.