K-Beauty… what is it?
Korean beauty products--or K-Beauty, as it’s come to be known--are skincare and cosmetics from Korea, with an emphasis on pure, natural ingredients and a heavy focus on consistent and in-depth facial cleansing.
Babyface Mini Love Eyeshadows
Random tip:One thing I typically do for a natural-look day is blend in (very minimally and lightly) a sweep of matte brown on the crease of my lower lid. I learned this trick in Japan, where selfies are a way of life. I like the way this tends to give my eyes a "small smile" or hidden grin appearance.
This week I’m showing off an adorable eyeshadow set you customize yourself.
The mirrored case holds 6 colors you pick yourself, choosing from a huge selection of hues. Easy snap-in and pop-out means you create a custom palette, making sure you always take your favorites with you when you’re on the go!
So how do they feel? How's the actual use? Powdery soft, with good pigmentation. I know K-Beauty brands like Babyface use gentle ingredients with minimal chemicals, and it shows in the true to life colors and natural-looking application.
For today I decided to go with a nude and neutrals set, with colors across the top (left to right) 1, 11, and 2. Across the bottom I chose 3, 4, and 20.
Now I'm curious about the colorful options, and I want to test and see if they work as well as these.
with so many choices, it won't look like this for the weekend!
I couldn't resist trying out my choices! My look is #1 on my mobile lid and brow bone, #2 on my lid, and some mild smoking with #4 at the edges of my eyes.
I used a volume-building mascara and hopefully achieved a casual, nude matte look!
This little kit is so fun. I'm really excited about building my set and mixing in new colors.
If you're K-Beauty Curious about these or any other products, find them at Blue Scandal, along with all the rest of your makeup addiction needs! And as always…