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………
Stunning containers for Dr.Jart+, the global skincare brand that fuses science and art from South Korea. Product design by creative agency Pentagram in collaboration with product designer Piotr Woronkowicz.
Now that’s a product line I’d be willing to showcase in my bathroom! What do you think? You Like?
The instagram feed of Gustav Brostrom from Stockholm, Sweden, is filled with selfies made of his face covered in different beauty masks at the same time. Gustav mixes facial masks, patches, foams and what have you not, to create lovely images of himself. (yes we know they are called selfies)
Multimasking was the newest rage in 2015, a beauty trend we, at Mimi Berlin, completely missed out on. Basically it’s targeted skincare. By putting on multiple facial masks, or layer them simultaneously on the skin, you can treat different skin concerns at one time. Gustav Brostrom takes multimasking to the next level. Fun!