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The 10 Step Korean Skin Care Routine
1. Make-up Remover
First things first: Remove your makeup with an oil-cleanser. Oil-cleansers help you get rid of stubborn eye makeup, sebum and soot. Massage the oil-cleanser over your dry face and neck, then add some lukewarm water to emulsify. Massage again and rinse. Koreans believe that massaging their face increases the circulation, resulting in a brighter skin.
2. Water-based Cleanser
Now we get to the second part of the double cleanse, which is necessary to achieve a clean skin. Use a water-based cleanser to remove remaining dirt and impurities.
Time to exfoliate: carefully scrub dead skin away to achieve a soft and supple skin, like a baby's butt. Focus on the areas that could use some extra exfoliation, like enlarged pores on your cheeks or blackheads on your nose. It is enough to use facial scrubs 2-4 times a month. When it comes to exfoliation, most Korean women believe less is more.
After this intense cleaning session, your skin could use some toning. Toners soften, moisturize and prep your skin to better absorb essences and serums. They also restore your skin's pH level. Simply dispense your toner onto a cotton pad and gently wipe your whole face and neck.
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Latest Craze in Korea & Japan: Hangover Makeup
Had too many last night? Want to cover it up with makeup? You actually don't need to! The hangover look is a huge trend Japan & Korea! Many girls from Korea & Japan are posting pictures of the hangover chic.
Now you might be asking yourself how this is even possible. Why on earth is a hangover look pretty? Don’t fret, here at Niniko we will teach you the basics & maybe you can be the one to start the “hangover makeup” trend in your city.
First step is to actually make your eye bags puff. Unlike in Western countries wherein eye bags are covered, puffy eyes (aegyo-sal) is part of this trending look. Next is to apply the blush directly under your eyes, giving it an impression that you actually look tired. Voila! You are now nailing the hangover chic.Below are the step by step instructions to achieve this new craze look: read more