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What product can make or break your glass skin dreams? Moisturizing, of course. Fortunately, this is where K-beauty really shines. The goal here is a super hydrating product, but also a fast absorbing product. You want shine without the tacky. Fortunately, depending on your primary skin care concern, there is a moisturizer for you. If …

In recent years, the trend of dewy skin has taken over Instagram and also with all our heart. Gone are the days of matte foundations and powdery finishes. Gloss is what’s trending right now and we can’t get enough of all the glowy makeup looks. This “glow all over” trend actually has a name of …

From BB creams to sheet masks and block brows, Korean skincare products and trends have been taking the world by storm for quite some time now thanks to all these innovative new formulas and making the most of some nature’s most incredible skin-transforming ingredients. And one of the latest K-beauty trends making waves is glass …

Scroll to see more images Korean and Japanese beauty traditions have undoubtedly influenced Western skincare trends in recent years, with “glass skin”, sheet masks and the infamous 10-step routine becoming currency. common in the United States. gain some serious momentum. “Mochi skin” is essentially Japan’s version of Korea’s “glass skin” craze, and while there are …

The creator of “The Blue Whale” has passed away. Argentine-born architect César Pelli died on Friday at the age of 92, after a long career designing some of the world’s most famous buildings. But in LA, he made his mark with innovative, sleek, glass-skinned buildings inspired by LA artists working with light, surface and perception. …

About 18 minutes into my interview with South Korean dermatologist Shin Hae Won, she brought up “Skin Botox.” I had just asked if people in Seoul used Botox for more than wrinkles, thinking it would signal migraines or TMJ. Her answer: “Yes, for pores too. We call it Skin Botox or mesobotox.” Imagine me in …

It’s no secret that we (and the rest of the world) are looking to the beauty capital of South Korea for our skin goals. And when skincare masters came up with the ‘glass skin’ trend – an almost translucent complexion and a luminous glow that seems to radiate from within – a few years ago, …

In a world of filters and fuzzy foundations, seeing something that looks like real skin is a rarity. I love my makeup as much as the next woman, but there is a very real effect of this new obsession with skin that just isn’t achievable for the vast majority of us. Take, for example, the …

The idea of ​​having glass skin in this life or the next seemed about as attainable as winning an Olympic gold medal or a Grammy. (I’m neither athletic nor musically gifted.) Because I have cystic acne, glass skin seemed like an award reserved for celebrities and genetically blessed people — not me. This lie I …

Over the past year, many trends have emerged from the world of K-Beauty. Whether it’s the (un) famous 10-step skincare routine, the suggestion that we should all dip our faces in bowls of ice water, or even the rise of slime masks. snail, we were certainly kept on our guard. But one of the most …