Red is not my favorite color, but I’m a fan of its boldness that comes with class. There’s a reason why the carpets during events are red. Or why Taylor Swift’s album is called Red. Maybe there’s a reason why Louboutins have red soles. What could be the reason behind OPPO’s F3 Red Edition Selfie Expert? There’s a reason for everything so let’s just leave it at that.
I can’t even remember the last time I went out without actually putting eyebrow mascara on. #KilayIsLife and it will always be necessary for me to “draw the line” if you know what I mean (hehe).
These days, old and new brands continue to entice beauty junkies with unique products for them to stay relevant in the industry. Ranging from BB creams to matte lippies, labels must be creative and fast when it comes to coming up with new items to offer the growing audience in the beauty scene.
I was never a fan of beauty or skincare until a few years ago a.k.a. the birth of Korean beauty craze. From BB creams to aloe vera soothing gels, it took me months before I finally gave in the trend and went gaga over certain beauty brands from South Korea.
There’s something about these K-beauty fads that I find amazing. Despite the uncountable steps to achieving bright, healthy skin – like that of Song Hye Kyo’s (future Mrs. Song Joong Ki), I can’t help but gush about how effective the Koreans’ beauty or skincare regime is. Trust me, the products below are the reasons why I keep coming back to Nature Republic.
It was only a few weeks ago when I ran into Sokoglam’s The 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine. Although I’ve been an avid follower of this beauty cult, it was only then that I realized I had to step my beauty game up. Being the anxious me, I headed over to Althea KR and treated myself with products that are said to be good in hydrating, brightening up, and clarifying your skin. Before you say anything else, here are the items I got – in a nutshell: