I subscribed to her channel and she is Korean. Just let you know, Korea’s culture is the most popular culture in Asian today. By the meaning culture, I mean K-pop, makeup, plastic surgery, food, and shows…etc.
Since the Red Lips trend is really hot in everywhere. I have tried red lips before but just don’t know how to match with the whole makeup so it looked weird. However, this video teach us how to match the entire makeup and won’t be exaggerated. I would definitely try out this look someday.
In addition, Halloween is coming if you want to surprise your friends, you can also try this to the party!
Hope you would like it. Please comment if you have good idea of red lips makeup or any tips for us!
Hi everyone, I would like to review some of the cosmetic I daily use and the pros and cons of them. If you also have any thoughts and recommendation, comment please and share with us :D!
First of all, I will start with foundation.
I like the Clinque Even Better Makeup most. It cost about $27. It can last all day long and doesn’t dry your skin out.
The Diorskin Sculpt cost $55 and it smell really good. And it made your skin looks really nature.
The black bottle one, I brought from Korea and the salesperson told me this is a CC cream. It is white but when you apply it on your face, it will changed to be your skin color. It is so amazing like magic, but for me the final color is a little bit light.
Next, will be eyeliner liquid and gel.
Although the Bobbi Brown eyeliner gel has a lot of good review online, I don’t really like it! It smudged quickly within few hours. It doesn’t resist oil. It is terrible for me. It costs $26.
Surprisingly, Maybeline EyeStudio gel eyeliner has a really good performance. It only costs $9.99 and also with the brush. It lasts 7-8 hours.
The Stila liquid eyeliner is the best. It costs $20. It lasts all day, ALL DAY! Resist oil and water and easy to apply (for any shape). But for sure, it is a bit difficult to remove.
I bought the brown liquid eyeliner in below in Korea. It has a soft brush and easy to apply. It lasts long but doesn’t resist too much oil and water so it is easy to remove. I like to use it in a normal sunny day. It costs like $8.
Kiehl’s lip balm is the best! It costs $9. It really helps to heal a dry lip in winter.
Although the YSL is a brand name, and costs $34 but I don’t like it. It is too oily for me.
The Revlon lipstick has the best color, but it doesn’t have a good moisturize.
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I always think about how our generation will be perceived in the next 20-30 years. For instance when I think of the 70s, I automatically think of bellbottom jeans, discos and political movements. Our generation may not be thought of that way in the future. As I was browsing through YouTube, I could not help but to think of all these make “gurus” and the countless number of videos they upload on a daily baises showing all the make or fashion products they have purchased lately. Although it is no mystery that these gurus are being paid by companies to review their products online to be viewed by thousands and thousand of young girls, it is also promoting the idea of having to have everything.
Other than reviewing the latest products sent to them by beauty companies, YouTube gurus also put up makeup collection, room tour or haul videos. These videos are of the most requested and viewed videos by these YouTubers. After viewing just a few of these videos, my jaw dropped. These gurus are showing all of their makeup collections and closet tours as if it is normal to own so many things. When you you watch even one of these makeup collection videos, you cannot help but to think how much makeup can one person wear?
The questions is not wether its a hobby or what another person can afford but does any girl/women of any financial background actually need 17 different mascaras? Many people also confuse YouTube beauty gurus with actually makeup artists who know what their doing. For example Lisa Eldridge (my favorite makeup artist) actually talks about products and their uses instead of holding up products towards the camera and letting her viewers know how much she has.
This idea of owning excessive amounts of products is not only limited to makeup junkies. Even with electronics, people have gone completely mad. It is acceptable for one to own multiple different electronic which function the same as the other. Many people have begun to purchase expensive DSLR cameras although photography isn’t a hobby or a profession for them. It’s things like these that make me wonder why it is okay for us to spend so much on having so much? Whats wrong with having things that you will actually use?
We have become a generation that cannot live without having too much of everything and most of us don’t even have jobs to support such habits.
For his new lips concept, Yves Saint Laurent uses the Tango Periferico and Manual Cam agencies to create the new advertising campaign as a cartoon. Thanks to a meticulous technologie, the cartoon is poetic .
The story deals about a meeting between a little fairy and a magician. Both comes to the aid of a female shadow who have lost her mouth. They gives to her a new one. All the campaign is punctuated with a lullaby melody.
The fairy flies in a laboratory for take the three elements necessary to creat the « Rouge Pur Couture » of Yves Saint Laurent, a kind of cosmetics between gloss, lipstick and nail.