字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 [soft music] [speaking Korean] - Hi everyone, it's Irene Kim here and I'm very, very excited to walk you through my daily skin-care routine and my daily makeup look. First, I'm going to wash my face. Lather it up. Now the next step is, toner! This is just a brand, a dermatologist brand from Korea that I've been using for years. And it's just very, very good for irritated skin. So I get the ears, behind the neck. Don't forget this area. Next up, is my secret serum, that I get, it's actually the leftovers that I get after my facials that I do once a week in Korea. And, the dermatologist just packs it up and I can travel with it. I don't really know what it is but it works. And then I have my face mask. This is also a Korean brand. It's called BNV Biolab. And this is just like another moisturizing mask. Oh and this is tricky because there's like leftovers on the front part. And like, I usually put it on before I put the mask on. Like you don't wanna waste. Oh I look crazy. Oh my gosh. I look like the Scream character. I'm gonna put the leftovers on my legs. Don't wanna waste it. I'm going to take this serum, it's just vitamin C serum from SkinCeuticals. For me, I consider skincare as eating. So whatever you put into your body, will reflect on you, know your energy and you have to customize. It depends on the day and how your skin feels. Like what city you're in, what environment you're in. Right now I'm traveling so much so I take extra care to moisturize to give my skin the right food for it. Next up, another serum. I'm going to show you my super secret beauty tool. Ta-da! A spoon guys. So you don't need any fancy tools. I keep it in the fridge for a couple minutes and then you just de-puff. So, the first part is you go like, up along the cheek-bone. And just do upward movements. See the difference? No? Yes? It just like circulates the blood flow on your face and really just like drains the lymphs. And then, the edge part, what I do is I take it, and it's like you're scooping up your jawline. The [speaking Korean]. You know, sometimes for events like you're wearing a low cut top or a dress. You wanna really get that nice line. And just like, drain it all out! Drain out the bad vibes! Now that I had my serum and I've de-puffed my face, I'm going to go into my moisturizer. This is something that I discovered as my skin started to breakout in the beginning stages of my career. One of the reasons why I was breaking out, I didn't realize, was I was allergic to oils. And I used to slather coconut oil all over my face because like, some article on Google said it was like the best thing for you and then I went to my dermatologist, I took an allergy test. Everything is not for everyone. And the next step is, another moisturizer! It's a lot heavier than the first cream that I used. But because I'm doing like a dewy, skin look today, I'm just gonna layer on a little bit more. Sunblock. Sunblock, I put on religiously. I even put it on in the evenings. Not before bed, but I'm going out at night, and I have to get ready, I'll put on sunblock. Because there are also a lot of UV rays in lighting obviously. So I do not leave the house without sunblock. Even if I'm going to a deli to get milk or something, I will put on sunblock when I leave the house. And then, the next step is, more sunblock! So this is a BB cream with SPF. This consistency is a lot more like a foundation. The other one is kind of like a lightweight serum. But I like to use this also as a base. Next step, I'm going to apply my foundation. When I took a allergy test with my dermatologist in Korea, she recommended these stick foundations and I've been using them for like five or six years now. [soft music] So I'm going for like a, my everyday go-to makeup look. It's like this, kind of peachy, dewy, pinky look. So I'm gonna take this color, Peaches and Cream all over my, eye. Oh it smells peachy too. Then I'm gonna take a brush and use the same color and just like, go under part of my eye. I like to go under because it just gives an illusion of more depth and definition because I do have you know, very almond shaped eyes. Oh yeah. Before I layer on more shadow, I'm going to do eyeliner. So one thing that I have a tip for, for eyeliner is, you know how some people or most people will angle your face into the mirror and do the eyeliner? And then come back and realize like it's too high, too low? So what I do is, I look in the mirror and I just look straight forward and then, I shape my eyeliner. So you can get the exact angle that you want. Hey, that's pretty good. And then I'm gonna go in and just fill in my lash line. It's time for the most important part of my routine. Is curling my eyelashes. I'm very, very particular about my eyelashes. In general, I think Asian's eyelashes are very straight and to curl them, is just like, a whole a big deal for me. They need to always be curled. It's like you need to do like an upward movement as you like clamp but like soft clamps. So, you start deep in and then go woop, woop, woop, woop. And then you get this like nice swoosh curl. Oh yeah, see? See how that like opens up my eyes? I'm gonna go back to my pallet. This one is just peachy. I'm just gonna go and swoop it across so you get this like, semi-ombre effect. And then I'm going to take a liner brush and use the same color just on the corner of my eye. One thing about Korean makeup, it's all in the really, really, tiny details. Even if it's like, the smallest dot or smallest like swipe of a certain color of eyeshadow or layering, it makes such a huge difference. I'm gonna take Fresh Picked and then I'm just gonna go like, right along the bottom lash. So I'm just gonna take one of the darker colors and just go right in the middle of my bottom lash line, I'm not gonna go all the way through. And then it just like opens it up magically. Okay, next step is, mascara. So this is just like a mascara booster thing. I'm just gonna put a few swipes on. So when I apply mascara, I don't use the full brush. I like to use the tip and just like. And this my beauty hack that I learned from makeup artists in Korea. I probably wouldn't recommend you to try this at home because it involves fire. And a broken end of a used Q-tip. So fancy. So what I do is, I take the lighter and heat up the wooden stick. Maybe like four seconds. And just like use your hands to see if it's warm. Then I'm just gonna curl it up. I know some people heat up the eyelash curler but what the heat does, I don't know maybe it's like scientific or a reaction.