kollectionk.com#annscloset Growing up in Asian culture and spent 20 years there makes me get used to the Korean makeup products. The idea of creating flawless skin like a baby skin makes the beauty industry so popular worldwide.
Now, I have lived in the U.S. for 10 years, the whitening and glowing effect in the makeup ingredient doesn't seem to be as attractive here. I had a hard time finding the correct shape of the contouring. However, I noticed more and more people in America wants to get this simple natural look like Koreans. This is an interesting topic since I noticed the big difference as far as makeup look goes when I first came to America. Westerns like thick lips, tan skin, curvy body types while Asians prefer pale skin, skinny body style and huge eyes. In spite of those different preferences, most people don't like heavy makeups especially when they look overdone. So how to look more naturally? Here are the tips I learned from my experience.
1. Light Base
2. Light Eye shadow
3. Light Lipstick
All of these don't mean you do less work. To me, it is actually more work. To cover the imperfections with lighter coverage is extremely difficult. What impresses me is that Korean beauty industry can always invent some new technology to make those impossibilities even easier to apply. My favorite items from Etude are: Etude House Face Blur SPF33 PA++: