Easy Korean Makeup Tutorial

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K-beauty is all about youthfulness — or at least trying to capture that bright-eyed, fresh-faced vibe and applying it to your makeup routine. Want to try out some of the most popular Korean makeup trends in a simple, every-day look? Look no further. Fashion consultant app comes to help you do the makeup as beautiful as Korean women with this simple make up tutorial. There will be lots of makeup tutorials beginner, such as makeup eyes tutorial, lips tutorial, contour tutorial, makeup tutorial contouring and many more.

Korean beauty is all maintaining the "look" of youthfulness. And that means you want to start with clean, moisturized skin so your makeup doesn't cake up and make you appear older. So here are some of the best Korean makeup tutorials for beginner for you:

Bright Lips

Although the gradient lips haven’t actually gone away, I notice that more and more people are wearing bright colors on their lips and they don’t exactly like to overdraw around their lips, in fact my Korean makeup trend radar tells me that applying it to make the lips look thinner is hipper in Korea.

Gradient Lips

This Korean makeup trend is probably one of the most popular and it’s quite easy to recreate, pick a bright color of pink or orange and along the inner part of your lips, swipe it across once. To create a gradient effect grab a small lip brush or, I personally like to use, a small eye shadow blending brush and blend it outwards. Top with a clear gloss and voila!

Puppy Eye

The puppy eye Korean makeup trend is still very much apparent from all the bloggers and makeup gurus of Korea. I love this look, especially when done just right because it creates such an innocent, youthful looking face. It’s quite easy, run a thin line of eyeliner across the upper lash line but instead of giving it a flick or a wing at the end, run it down just following the natural curve of the eye.

Cat Eyes

While the puppy eye seems like it’s here to stay, I see a rising trend in feline cat eye looks. Put eyeliner along your upper lash and give it a little flick at the end and that’s it. Be careful not to create a bold winged liner, just a dainty looking feline flick. However, bolder variations of this look can definitely be seen from Korean K-pop Stars and celebrities.

So, what are you waiting for? Download and install this makeup tutorials beginner application, then you will find the helpful Korean makeup on your phone.
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December 30, 2016
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