K-beauty, short for Korean Beauty, isn’t quite the same as European Beauty. (No, we, at Mimi Berlin, won’t shorten that to E-Beauty.) A daily K-beauty skincare-routine can easily run up to 10 steps or more! Also, Europeans don’t want the white wetlook face, it’s populair mostly in Asia.
Glass Skin is mimicking a young and healthy complexion; clear skin which is bouncy, luminous, transparent, poreless and dewy. This look is achieved by applying a combination of special scrubs, serums, creams, essences, acids, whiteners, gels and masks on your face in the morning. In the fascinating and over-the-top video’s below, there’s also make-up involved in the process.
We are in love with this eggface! And we did find more fascinating video’s @goalmakeuppage on the Glass Skin topic………