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  • [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.

  • But it takes off all the excess clumpiness

  • of the mascara as well.

  • So as it curls.

  • See, like you can see the excess mascara.

  • Like it removes it too.

  • So it gives a lot more of a natural eyelash look.

  • Make sure it's a wooden Q-tip because if it's plastic,

  • like obviously it's gonna melt.

  • So I just love bushy brows.

  • I think they're natural and beautiful.

  • Like even these little baby hairs.

  • I just leave them.

  • And I'm gonna use my little baby

  • brow mascara from Benefit.

  • The name is so cute, Gimme Brow.

  • Gimme, gimme.

  • This side is up and this side is down

  • so I used the mascara to like brush this side up

  • to make it more even.

  • The next step is, blush!

  • So this is the bottom part where it has the blush.

  • And then the stop part is, twist it open.

  • [gasping]

  • Ta-da!

  • It's a heart!

  • So cute right?

  • So I'm just gonna stamp it.

  • So I'm just gonna go in the center.

  • [giggling]

  • And then I have my three lip colors.

  • Two of them are from Giorgio Armani

  • and one is from Fenty.

  • So I'm gonna use the first one.

  • This is, Lip Maestro.

  • And just like, go all over my lip.

  • And use my fingers to just blend.

  • I just like the natural look.

  • And then take the pinkier color

  • and just go in the center

  • to give us that ombre effect.

  • Just a few dabs.

  • And then I just add a touch of gloss.

  • And I think I'm done!

  • Take the clips off.

  • I'm just gonna brush through my hair with my tangle teaser.

  • People make fun of me all the time for carrying this around

  • but it's literally the best brush ever.

  • Make sure you don't have any lipstick on your teeth.

  • And that's it!

  • I'm done.

  • This is just like my daily look that I do everyday

  • for events or when I have to do my makeup on my own.

  • Just giving the MFBB look.

  • My face but better, with the glowy healthy skin.

  • Make sure you guys you know, it's just as important

  • what you put in and the different steps

  • that you have for your skincare routine

  • as much as you know, the garnish, which is the makeup.

  • Thank you guys so much for follow along with me.

  • Bye!

  • [speaking Korean]

  • [soft music]

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