I met Julie Jang on university campus and had an instant skin crush on her. Does that sound creepy? You know when you see someone whose skin looks like an SK-II ad and you think, ‘Gee, I’ve got to know
This product is about as un-Kpop as you can get: uninspiring packaging, barely-there scent, with a texture that’s nothing special – it doesn’t fizz or pop, and its ingredients are unexcitingly familiar (tea tree oil anyone?). The only dramatic thing
Meet Jordan Turner. She roasts coffee, works at a senator’s office and has the dreamiest instablog (seriously, you have to check it out). She grew up in Payson — that’s where Footloose was filmed — and lives in Salt Lake
First off, why should my sheet masks be seasonal? Seasonal skincare is one of my all-time favourite beauty topics. When I mention it, I’m often met with Kardashian-level eye rolls. I get it. It sounds like a marketing gimmick. But
Meet Kaycee Woo, a quintessential big-city girl. Born in Seoul, Kaycee now lives in the throbbing heart of Manhattan, studying at Parsons School of Design (jealous yet?). I’ve known Kaycee for many years and she’s always had an amazing eye
Ladies, I’m calling it. Banila Co’s Clean It Zero is my HG cleanser. REDISCOVERING MY LOVE FOR KOREA’S CULT CLEANSER Clean It Zero has cult status in Korea and was popularised after a blind test on the nation’s top beauty
A lot of people ask me, ‘how do Korean men take care of their skin — are they as fanatical as the women?’ That’s what prompted my chat with Kangmin, a proud Seoulite and owner of luxe leather store, L.Chamber.
1.Where were you born? Qing Dao, China. I moved to Canada when I was in elementary school. 2.You know you’re from Qing Dao when? You love sauerkraut, because the city was colonized by Germany for while. They make beer there
I’m not going to lie, I usually like my skincare products to come in sexy packaging. However, this anti-spot essence by Rohto supports the age old adage that you shouldn’t judge an essence by its cover — or should you?
When I lived in Seoul, there was one thing women were inordinately obsessed with when it came to skincare — pollution-proofing. In the Western beauty blogosphere, we’ve been told the sun is the unrivalled bogeyman, so we slather on sunscreen