The K-beauty Trends You're Going To See Everywhere In 2022
Written by Urvi ShahJan 23, 2022
We’ve borrowed from K-beauty a lot of skincare rituals and infused them into our regimens over time. From double-cleansing to slugging, every new trend crosses borders, spills into platforms like TikTok and Instagram, and revolutionises our idea of self-care. And it’s only logical that we derive a lot of our habits from them. K-beauty is pivoted on the idea of crafting lifelong sustainable habits for the skin, and we’re going to continue witnessing this osmosis of skincare practices well into 2022. We’ve rounded up a few K-beauty beauty habits that are projected to take off soon!
Centred around the idea of extending the longevity of your makeup, Jamsu requires you to set the base of your look with primer, foundation, and concealer and proceed to pat a little bit of loose powder on your face. You must conclude by dipping your face in ice-cold water for 15-30 seconds. This technique sets your makeup and mattifies your look!
Fermentation has been practised for the processing of a lot of types of foods for a long time. It refers to the process of introducing bacteria, microbes, or yeast to an ingredient to alter its chemical structure. This alteration refers to a breakdown of the ingredient into smaller, more potent components like vitamins and minerals in their purest form. This enables better penetration of the ingredient into the skin. And the better the penetration, the better the results, and the healthier the skin.
Skinimalism is going to set the tone for our skincare choices in 2022. If you like the idea of stripping back the number of products crowding your repository and your face, you’re about to stumble upon multi-purpose products that target a multitude of concerns for optimum results. No more having to follow through with a ten-step regimen. Your repository does need a little breathing space, no?
Fortifying the barrier of your skin is crucial. This trend is all about slathering natural ingredients onto your face to promote the strengthening of your skin barrier. A strong barrier is equivalent to healthy skin.
Written by Urvi Shah on Jan 23, 2022
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