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    Netflix Korea has been forced to respond to backlash from international viewers over 'colourist' comments that were made on the hit dating series Single's Inferno.  The show was plunged into controversy after it premiered in December when two male contestants praised a female co-star for her 'pure white skin'. Responding to the outrage, Netflix Korea's Vice President Kang Dong Han said praising fair skin is culturally acceptable in Korea. 'White and pure': Netflix Korea has been forced to respond to backlash from international viewers over 'colourist' comments that were made on the hit dating series Single's Inferno 'If you think about it, it hasn’t been too long since Netflix began streaming worldwide,' he said in comments translated by Koreaboo. 'Something may be okay in South Korea, but not okay in other countries. And of course there are countless instances where it’s the opposite as well.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Single's Inferno star Kang Soyeon flaunts her incredible... Netflix announces Korean remake of Spanish crime series... Handsome star of Korean Netflix show Single's Inferno... Korea's...
    ALDI is the go-to shopping destination for those looking for low prices but great quality and their beauty products are no exception. And it's good news for beauty fans as their popular K-Beauty inspired range is back. 1Aldi launches new skincare lineCredit: Aldi *If you click on a link in this piece, we may earn affiliate revenue. The new K-beauty inspired range had been created to help you achieve flawless and glowing, dewy skin, and we can't wait to get our hands on it. Shop Aldi's new Lacura K-Beauty range - here The #DewySkin trend is bigger than ever, with over 37M views on TikTok, and skincare fans will be delighted to hear that Lacura's sell out Korean Beauty inspired range is back - making that sought-after glow easier to achieve than ever. Aldi's new Lacura collection will land in stores and online from January 13, and will include new moisturisers, exfoliators and sheet masks. The new collection will be split into two drops, one landing on 13 January, and the other on 6th February,...
    123RF.com (innakiri) Are you impressed with, curious about, or outright confused by the Korean beauty routine? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. While lots of attention to great skincare makes total sense, some of the products in this particular protocol are a mystery, and we’re here today to talk about one of them. Call it much ado about something – and that something is Korean essence. It’s supposed to be one of the key ingredients to attaining gorgeous skin, and it’s a lauded element of the ten-step K beauty regimen. In fact, many beauty experts rate using essence and toner as the two most important steps to great skin, right after cleansing. So what exactly is this stuff? It’s essentially a jumpstarter to encourage cell turnover and acts as your first layer of moisture underneath your favorite moisturizer. We’re here to help you find the best solution for your skin type.
    Getty Images Is it possible that snail cream is the hidden secret behind the 10-step Korean beauty regimen? It can definitely yield amazing results, but you have to wonder who first thought snail slime could succeed as a beauty staple? With so much interest in more natural beauty products, despite our emotional resistance, we think snail mucin fits right into your daily lineup. These slimy secretions have incredible restorative powers, for snails and you. Snail secretion filtrate can actually kick start increased elastin and collagen production. We know for certain those are the of the biggest building blocks for younger-looking skin. Snail slime has so many other awesome attributes worth mentioning and it’s often added into Korean essence and other K-beauty products as well. We’re excited to tell you about these restorative snail creams.
    Scouting Report: The Seoul Ceuticals Day Glow Serum packs a punch of vitamin C at a fraction of the luxury brands. As someone who barely has five minutes to dedicate to prepping her face before makeup every morning, I am limited in how many one-trick, pricey products I can invest in. For a long time, I was spending more than I should on Sunday Riley’s C.E.O Glow and Drunk Elephant’s C-Firma Vitamin C Day Serum, but I wasn’t getting the results I expected for spending as much as I was. I needed something more effective and more affordable. I’m a big champion of Korean skincare products, so when I heard about Seoul Ceuticals $18 Day Glow Serum, I was curious, but also doubtful. Could something for under $20 really revitalize my skin when the $80 products could not? Seoul Ceuticals Day Glow SerumShop at Amazon$ Apparently, I was breaking the bank for absolutely no reason. This inexpensive, citrusy-smelling serum has revamped and renewed my skin and inspired a dewy, lasting glow I haven’t seen since before I left for college....
    For D.C.’s street vendors, this Inauguration Day was barren of customers — but also a relief Gov. Larry Hogan presents a $49.35 billion budget for fiscal 2022 These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Getty / Anna Efetova What Is "Hanbang" Skin Care? This K-Beauty Trend Is Becoming Mainstream BUY NOW $15 Essences and treatment ampoules infused with unconventional ingredients like snail slime. Meticulous 10-step regimens and "glass" skin. The beauty routines like "slugging" taking over TikTok. We've borrowed more than just a few skin-care trends from the Korean beauty space, and judging by our ongoing fascination with the K-beauty world and the abundance of practices, trends, and products still yet to make their way stateside, that's not slowing down anytime soon. Given the worldwide emphasis on wellness over the last few years, it makes sense that the next wave of K-beauty skin care will be about "hanbang." For the unfamiliar, the term refers to...
    A new trend has emerged among beauty lovers for slathering their faces in Vaseline or thick petroleum jelly and leaving it on overnight in a bid to wake up with glowing skin. The Korean trend, dubbed 'slugging', coats the face in a thick layer which imitates the slick, slimy trails left behind by a typical garden slug.   The user typically wakes up with a glowing complexion and the skin appearing smoother and softer. Beauty lovers are slathering their faces in Vaseline or thick petroleum jelly and leaving it on overnight in a bid to wake up with glowing skin (pictured after following Korean skin regime) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Do YOU think this lunchbox is unhealthy? Mum sparks debate... How to make an antipasto Christmas tree: Mum-of-two Jules... Avoid puffy eyes and breakouts this Christmas: The five tips... Teacher, 34, creates simple recipe for 'ridiculously good'... Share this article Share The Korean beauty trend, dubbed 'slugging', entails coating your face in a thick layer of petroleum jelly,...
    What Zillow and Redfins Q3 Earnings Say About the Future of iBuying Theres an Incredible 704-HP Ford RS200 Evolution for Sale Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/13 SLIDES © Laneige, Belif, Dr. Jart There's a lot you can learn from watching Korean dramas—namely, that all the actors have flawless skin. I've spent episodes coveting their glass-like complexions, but the secret behind their beauty isn't really a secret at all. For decades, South Korea has been famous for innovative beauty exports like cushion-compact foundation, BB cream, and sheet masks. Known for their "skin first" approach, K-beauty brands like Belif, Peach & Lily, and Glow Recipe have become staples for skincare obsessives who want quality ingredients and packaging at an affordable price point. From cleansing...
    With the K-beauty market as packed as it is these days, it’s hard to know if any new Korean beauty products are worth trying, or simply trying to hitch a ride on the hype train. On the other hand, this year having been what it’s been, if I can get a few moments of peace from enjoying a few new products in my skincare routine, I am 100% here for it. Since I test a lot of Korean beauty products, I have to admit I can be hard to impress (I blame Peach & Lily). That said, I’m using a handful of new brands this year I am pretty excited about. Rather than have to try them all yourself, let me fill you in on the real standouts so you know what to add to your skincare arsenal! The best new Korean beauty products of 2020 1)Meebak Do you have ultra-sensitive skin and find yourself irritated by a lot of Korean beauty products? Meebak is going to be an ideal line for you. It’s star ingredient is cica, a leafy...
    As much as there is a wave of transformation, demanding no discrimination on the basis or religion, caste, race or region, it seems hard to diminish. In the recent times, we have seen a lot of movements taking shape online to fight discrimination in various fields from gender to religion and race. But the preferences of people looking a certain way do not seem to go just yet. Paladino Casting, a casting agency from New York was recently called out on Twitter for wanting people of Korean/Chinese descent but not having a monolid! Canadian Actor Simu Liu posted a screenshot of the casting preferences, calling out their clear discrimination for people with monolid. The tweet is now going viral. ‘Check Your Privilege Challenge’ Goes Viral on TikTok; Netizens Bring out the Grim Reality of Discrimination Against the Black Community Using ‘Put a Finger Down’ Questionaire Amid George Floyd Death Protests.  In a screenshot posted by Liu, there is a casting call for a 30 to 35-year-old Asian female and boys and Girls upto 3-6 years of Chinese or Korean descent....
    Hersheys new website maps out how to trick-or-treat safely across the United States New Detroit Restaurant Aims to Be Entirely Nonprofit Stylist Danielle Goldberg on Her $5 Skin-Care Secret for a Head-to-Toe Glow © Copyright 2020. All rights reserved. In the head-spinning age of multi-step skin-care routines and mic-drop makeup launches, The One is a space for minimalists to sound off on the single beauty product that’s found a longtime spot in their carefully curated routines. It should come as no surprise that Danielle Goldberg, the Manhattan-based stylist who is sought out for her minimalist touch (seen most recently in Katherine Waterston’s pitch-perfect fringed Prada dress at the Venice Film Festival), takes a pared-back approach to her beauty regimen: “If your skin looks good, you don’t need anything else,” notes Goldberg, who eschews makeup in favor of a small but high-powered arsenal of complexion-savers. There’s Biologique Recherche's cult P50 Lotion, Valmont’s V-Line Lifting Concentrate, MBR’s Twentyfour Hours Extreme rich moisturizer, and a single, time-tested tool: the humble Korean washcloth, which she was first introduced to when her friend Nicole...
    Poll: Coronavirus fatigue may be setting in as more see pandemic as economic crisis Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Jamsu is the new Korean beauty trend women are obsessed with © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Women are now submerging their faces in water after they have applied their makeup, in a Korean technique known as 'jamsu' - which promises a flawless, lasting look. 'Jamsu', which loosely translates as 'to submerge', is designed to help tackle oily skin by making the skin matte, and it also claims to make your makeup transfer-proof to ensure an even and long-lasting look. To try the technique, all you need to do dunk your face in a bowl of cool water after applying your makeup for 15-20 seconds.  Scroll down for video  © Provided by Daily Mail Women are now submerging their faces in water after they have applied their makeup, in a Korean technique known as 'jamsu' - which promises a flawless, lasting look (pictured after) © Provided by Daily Mail 'Jamsu', which loosely translates as 'to submerge',...
    In my series on each of the steps of the Korean skincare routine, I aim not only to explain each step but also to tell you more about why you want to do them in the first place. When it comes to Korean beauty serums, these can be some of the most powerful steps in your skincare arsenal. But what’s the difference between a toner, an essence, and a serum? Why do people use all three? I’ll cover the answers to those questions and more, so if you’d like to better understand what you’re smearing all over your face, read on. Hide What is a serum? While most Korean beauty products are packed with nourishing ingredients like hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and ceramides, a serum is designed to be even more powerful. Serums contain the purest concentrations of highly effective ingredients like antioxidants, peptides, and more. Serums tend to be significantly more moisturizing and penetrate the dermis more deeply than creams. It’s because of this that they are so effective when treating wrinkles, pigmentation, and redness. But you do still need...
    In the last decade Korean beauty has thundered onto the skincare scene. It’s changed the way Americans think about how they take care of their faces. If you follow it, you may have heard an interesting new term floating around in the community: “glass skin.” Hide What does that mean, exactly? A guess would assume it means the sort of translucence one sees in a freshly shined windowpane. It sounds quite appealing to gaze in the mirror at such perfection. But many people struggle with acne, redness, and uneven skin texture. So the idea of actually having skin that healthy seems out of reach to say the least. Hide I’ve used the Korean skincare routine with great success over the past seven years. So the glass skin movement fascinated me right away. How did it differ from what I already did? Was it about products used, techniques, or both? What’s the difference between well-moisturized skin and “glass skin?” And is this actually achievable without an arsenal of expensive skincare products? I couldn’t answer these questions myself, so I turned to...
    Korean sheet masks have been trendy for a few years now thanks to Instagram, where everyone from K-beauty mavens to celebrities snap pics of them plastered on their faces. They’re also an affordable trend, costing as little as a dollar to try, and available everywhere from your local Sephora to Walgreens. Hide That said, not every Korean sheet mask is alike, although they may appear to be. There are several different kinds of fabrics (fiber, pulp, hydrogel, etc), as well as different ingredients tailored to certain skin challenges like acne, dryness, aging, and more. Most sheet masks will be helpful to your skin, but if you want to target specific issues, be sure to read up on what you’re buying first. Hide Having sheet masked more than a normal human probably should, we’re sharing our favorite Korean sheet masks with you so you’ll know what to look out for when you go skincare shopping. Wrap up your hair, get a glass of wine, and enjoy! The best Korean sheet mask for every skin type Mediheal X BTS Mask Sheet Special...
    The now-famous Korean skincare routine looked like a trend when it first showed up in America. Now that the products have earned their own nook in retailers like Ulta, Sephora and even drugstores like CVS, they’re here to stay. And as a self-identifying K-beauty addict, I am all for it. Despite the clamor over Korean products, there’s one aspect to this style of skincare that either turns people off or lights them up like a Christmas tree. It’s called the 10-step routine, and it refers to the way products are layered onto the skin. It inspires fierce devotion in some, and Reddit’s Korean Beauty sub is lit up with discussions of which products rank “holy grail” status. In the other camp, you have publications like the Wall Street Journal calling the skincare routine “exhausting.” Regardless of what camp you’re in, the 10-step routine is a hallmark of Korean beauty, but what many don’t know is that that number of steps is very flexible – and it will change not only depending on your skin type but also the seasons. I’ll...
    Whos first in line for vaccine? The debate begins Breakfast sales at fast-food giants like Starbucks and McDonalds dried up during the pandemic Hate Cleaning The Toilet? Never Scrub Another Toilet Again Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Beat The Heat With This $89 Mini AC Unit Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Christine Giordano Korean beauty's “skin first” philosophy encourages people to get to the root of their skin concerns and focus on creating a healthy, glowing complexion rather than covering it up with makeup. And with the current trend of turning your skincare routine into more of a self-care ritual, it's the right time to jump on the Korean beauty...
    Coronavirus updates: Florida sets record for deaths in a day; COVID killing a Texan every 6 minutes, 16 seconds; Marlins season paused Chick-fil-A locations offer free food for coins amid national shortage The Fast And Easy Way To Put Floodlights Anywhere Ad Microsoft If Poor Posture Is Causing You Back Pain, Try This Simple Fix Ad Microsoft How to protect your Social Security from Congressional action Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/19 SLIDES © Temi Oyelola When you're looking for a face mask that'll suit you, first consider your skin type. Do you have oily, dry, acne-prone, combination, or sensitive skin? And are you trying to fade acne scars, get a dewy glow, soothe redness or irritation, plump up fine lines...or all of the above? Luckily, you're not asking for the impossible. Korean beauty products,...
    N.Y., N.J. expand list of states that trigger quarantine orders for travelers Chain restaurants including Dunkin and Starbucks are permanently closing over 1300 total locations during the pandemic. Heres the full list of chains. How K-Beauty Brand Hince Is Making Korean Makeup More Accessible for All © Hince/Instagram "Have you tried Hince yet?" I've gotten some form of this question from my friends in not only America but also South Korea since the Korean beauty brand launched in January 2019. Hince's lipsticks in MLBB hues, housed in ultra-sleek packaging, shimmery pigments, and jelly-like nail polishes have quickly become sophisticated staples in the makeup bags of thousands of Koreans in less than two years. Although skin-care trends in Seoul, the epicenter of K-beauty, rapidly change, makeup ones are relatively stagnant. They tend to revolve around one specific look: bold, straight brows; popsicle-stained lips; barely-there, glowing foundation; and twinkling eye shadow. Thanks to beloved makeup artist Jung Saem Mool, the overall aesthetic is often referred to transparent makeup. Although the beauty market in Korea is highly competitive with new brands and...
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