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Korean Beauty Trends

Korean beauty trends are dominating the world of skin care and makeup in 2018. In a stark contrast to the heavily contoured faces in Hollywood, South Korea is bringing their freshest faces forward. A hallmark of Korean beauty trends is a dewy, natural look. Korean skincare standards are second to none and these looks showcase natural beauty instead of covering it up. Korean cosmetics are simple, sophisticated and aim for youthful, glowing skin.

From soft colors to thin eyeliner, here are some of our favorite Korean-inspired beauty looks to try.

Skincare

Miracle Marine Collagen Set by Ischia

First and foremost, Korean beauty is all about taking care of your skin. In order to achieve the bare-faced refinement and grace of Korean beauty idols, a great skincare regimen reigns supreme. Korean skincare products offer unparalleled results; they are super hydrating, anti-aging and protect the delicate skin of the face. Keep your bare skin looking its best with the Miracle Marine Collagen Set by Ischia. This set offers pure and proven natural ingredients, it has unsurpassed quality and is perfect for even the most sensitive skin. Collagen is your best ally for keeping a youthful glow and is the basis for glowing skin and anti-aging. In order to keep your face moisturized and dewy, try the Brilliant Tone-Up by E.G.G. This multitasking product restores your skin’s natural balance, fights blemishes, and reverses skin damage for fresh and full-of-life skin. Korean skincare products include oil cleansers, toners, and sheet masks all for exquisite skin and the basis for Korean beauty.

Dewy, Natural Skin

Aqua Blast Clearing Toner

Korean beauty standards set dewy skin as the new natural look. Thanks to the Korean skincare regimen that keeps skin fresh and supple, this step is paramount to Korean makeup trends. Youthful, rosy, and bright skin is the aim for Korean cosmetic brands. In order to achieve this look, minimal effort is needed with Ariul’s Aqua Blast Clearing Toner. Simply wet your beauty sponge with the toner prior to applying your foundation or place in a spray bottle and give a refreshing spritz on top of your makeup.

Natural, Yet Defined Eyebrows

Eyebrow Maker Powder Pen by Ssanai

One of the best Korean makeup products to try is the Eyebrow Maker Powder Pen by Ssanai. For use by both women and men this convenient pen creates natural looking brows in one easy step. Follow your natural brow shape and create a more polished look by filling in any sparse areas. One of the most popular Korean beauty trends is to create straight, arch-free brows for a sweet and youthful look.

Puppy Eyeliner

If you aren’t familiar with this Korean makeup trend, it’s simply the opposite of the popular cat-eye! The tops of the eyes are thinly lined at the lash line and the tip of the liner draws slightly downward to create round, full eyes.

A Soft Glow

Korean beauty is all about staying natural. Keep colors light and neutral, like pale pink gloss and soft peach blush. The goal is to keep the colors as natural and close to the colors of the skin as possible. Dust a subtle shimmer on your cheekbones and cupid’s bow for a romantic glow.

Try a Pop of Color

Although the key is to stay natural-looking, glamourous orange and red lips are popular with Korean makeup. Usually you will notice pink-tinted gradient lips, but if you wish to try a more dramatic look, you can try Korean-inspired orange lips and bright orange blush. When you’re in the mood for bold color try a vibrant blue or purple eyeshadow paired with a pale pink gloss to give your outfit an unexpected pop of fun color.

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Korean Skincare for Every Skin Type

Korean beauty products are the answer to every skin concern. Whether you are dealing with uneven skin tone, redness, dull and lack-lustre skin, dehydration, or dark circles, the skincare product you need has, most likely, been perfected by a Korean skincare brand already.

We might be all about fashion here at KOODING.com, but Korean makeup and beauty products rank high on our interest list, too. So, if you are trying to achieve complexion perfection (and you probably are since you are reading this), here is a quick peek at our range of products that address every skin type and concern.

Aqua Blast - Balancing Serum

Unsurprisingly one of our best-sellers, the Aqua line is formulated with world-famous Czech Karlovy Vary spa water. It quenches thirsty skin, keeping it hydrated 24 hours a day, fights the signs of aging, and plumps up the skin for a healthy glow.

Berry Blast - Boosting Toner

Berry Blast was created using a vitamin-rich trio of berries and vegan ingredients from the Alps. The aim of this 3-step skincare system is to lift and firm the skin, infusing it with moisture at the same time.

Juice Cleanse Mask

One of our favorite Korean skincare products, the fantastic Juice Cleanse Masks are meant to offer a spa-like experience in the comfort of your own home. Fortified with nutrients and vitamins, and combining potent super foods (kale, lentils, berries), these sheet masks will feed and replenish your skin restoring its shine and tone.

Target Clear Cleansing Tissue

Perfect for travelers and busy people always on the go, Target Clear Cleansing Tissues is a multitasking unisex product enriched with soothing aloe and madecassoside extract. Ideal for removing makeup, cleansing and moisturizing in one step.

Fun tip* These Target Clear tissues subtly pack bug repellent making them ideal for travel hiking, camping, and every day outdoor activities!

For a deep and gentle cleanse, we love the Purefull cleansing foam and tissues. Enriched with natural ingredients like rosemary and black pine leaf, they gently remove any trace of makeup and dust, and nurture the skin.

If you are not on the K-beauty bandwagon, you are missing out. With so many Korean beauty and makeup brands, there is something for everyone, so visit www.KOODING.com now for skincare products that will enhance your life beautifully.

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