This shade of peachy blush is slowly creeping into make-up trends throughout the West, but it’s always been the go-to hue in the East. To get that naturally flushed look, place the blush higher on your cheekbone, this helps lift the face and create a more defined face shape.
Korean beauty trends tend to follow a distinct jaw-line, so placing this blush so high helps achieve that look.
While the concept of covering your face in gold seems a little over the top, it's becoming increasingly trendy to do so in South Korea's elite beauty circles. With a culture so obsessed with skincare, it's not at all surprising that they'd pamper their skin with literal gold.
Obviously, this mask is more of a status symbol, who knows if it's actually better than a regular sheet mask?
The chunky highlights trend was super popular around 10 years ago, but now we're seeing more and more of these hairstyles in slightly muted colors. From ashy grey colors to pastel blues, any color is an option to give your hair a bit more edge.
If you're feeling ready to take the plunge and dye a section of your hair, it's best to do it at a professional salon.
Most people would try to steer clear of bee venom, but apparently, bee venom has a number of benefits. Our sources tell us it’s called apitherapy and it's a thousand of years old treatments that people have been using to get rid of inflammation and scarring.
It goes without saying, please do not try this if you're not sure if you're allergic to bee stings.
At first, we weren't sure why this is so popular, and while this cosmetic procedure seems controversial, and even a little menacing, it's become pretty popular in South Korea.
There are some who want to look a little happier like they're constantly smiling and to achieve that they opt for the smile lift procedure. It involves snipping and lifting the corners of the mouth to create a more “natural” looking smile.