字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello everyone! I'd like to show you how to do a Korean uljjang make up. An uljjang have dewy and flawless looking skin, youthful and long eyes. The lips look vibrant yet natural. Let's get started! To achieve dewy looking skin, hydrate your face with a lotion. It getting hot in Singapore, so I'll use a emulsion type toner as my lotion. Massage this into your skin before moving on to the foundation. You can use BB cream or a moisturizing foundation for this look, anything that will give you a dewy skin. Apply a thin layer to the centre of your face to brighten it up and to even out your skin tone, starting from your forehead, spread it out and move on to the under eye area, and around the nose. Go back in with a second layer if you need to brighten this area further. Uljjang makeup is all about looking flawless, so cover up your dark circles and any other spots to fake it till you look like it. To add on to the dewy effect, use a pearly liquid highlighter to help reflect light. Apply this to your forehead, nose bridge, and cheek area. This is the secret to achieve dewy looking skin! Use a setting powder to prepare your eyebrows. Keep the forehead clear this time because we want that dewy look. Pick up the product from the puff and dust it over your eyebrows and around the nose. The uljjang look must be done with Korean style eyebrows. Keep it thick, straight, and short for the youthful look. You can watch my tutorial on Korean style eyebrow here! Don't forget to contour your nose with the lightest shade of brown! Moving on to the eyes, I'm using this lavshuca melting eyes palette. Use a shimmery cream color as a base all over the lid. I'm just applying with my fingers. Apply this shimmery gold to the outer corner of your eye and rub along your eye socket to deepen the eyes. Notice the subtle difference? Use your pinky to pick up the dark brown and apply this to the outer corner of the lash line and blend. This will lengthen round eyes. For thin and precise eyeliner, use a liquid eyeliner with a fine tip. Lengthen your eyes by drawing a line horizontal to your lashline when your eyes are closed. You will notice that it actually follows the original shape of your eyelid. This extends your eyes naturally. Keep the eyeliner thin but jet black. If you have very narrow eyelid, this should suffice. However, if you have wider eyelids like me, you'll like to thicken the outer half of the line a little. Fill in the lash line to create the illusion of fuller lashes. Line the inner corner of your eyes and point it diagonally downwards. This helps to define and lengthen your eyes. Look at the difference! Let me quickly finish the other eye! Next, we'll have to accentuate our under eye area, the Koreans called it aegyo sal and it makes the eyes look youthful! We'll need a pearly pen for this! Squint your eyes a little to pull up that muscle, and then just draw over the part of your lid that popped out! Then, blend it out with your finger. The pearly pen will highlight this area to make it look puffier. Mix the two shades of brown to add some shadows. Squint your eye again, and gently shade the part that sinks in, make it slightly wider than your iris. This method helps you define your aegyo sal without overdoing it. Curl your lashes before loading up on the lengthening mascara. Choose a formula with fibre that gives you natural length. For the lips and cheeks, I'll be using this new lip mousse that I got. It's a very bright red, very suitable for uljjang makeup as they like vibrant lips, but we'll keep the intensity low by using it as a tint. Spread a little on your lips and keep smacking it to thin it out. Apply a dot onto your finger and spread it thin before applying to your cheeks. Dot it and blend by tapping a thousand times. And we're finally done! The aegyo sal will make your eyes look smily and youthful all the time! I hope you like this look! Some of the products are from my recent Korean beauty haul, you can watch it here! Click the button to subscribe for more weekly videos! Thumbs up if you find this video useful! I'll see you guys next week, BYE!