KBeauty at Sephora
Styling Fine Hair
Dr. Jart Premium Beauty Balm, Amorepacific Color Control Cushion Compact, Raw Sauce, Caolion Premium Hot & Cool Pore Pack, Too Cool for School Egg Mousse Soap, Erborian Solid Cleansing Oil, Eroborian Bamboo Waterlock Mask, Boscia Sake Balm, Dr. Jart Water Fuse Water-Max Sleeping Mask
I’m excited to be focusing on Korean Beauty today! I’m working with Sephora and was able to try out a handful of really great KBeauty products as a part of this post!
Dewy, glowing skin is not only beautiful in and of itself, but it’s the perfect foundation for makeup to accentuate the natural glow. I know if my skin had a bit more radiance and evenness to it, I wouldn’t feel as inclined to wear a medium to full coverage foundation!
I’ve described my skin in the past as “dehydrated” and with age it’s looking more and more dull. I can really tell in my skin when I’m drinking enough water, and conversely when I’m not, but dryness is something I can’t seem to kick!
I tried a handful of KBeauty products and picked out a few of my favorites.
The Boscia Sake Balm felt so soothing on my skin. The smell in the jar is a bit strong, but it doesn’t linger after you’ve applied the product to your face. The brightening effects weren’t immediate, but the hydration was deep and nourishing.
The Dr. Jart+ Water-Max Sleeping Mask may be the loveliest smelling product I’ve ever used. It has a slight lavender aroma, and sinks in immediately. Historically I felt that sleeping masks were really heavy, but I loved that this serum like product didn’t feel like it sat on top of my skin, and then rubbed off onto my pillow. One squeeze of this product was probably enough, but I definitely doubled up because it felt so nice to apply!
My favorite of the bunch, though, was the duo mask by Caolion. The top half is a steam pore pack mask to open up clogged pores and clean them out, and the bottom half is a cooling mask to tighten and close pores. I used this right around my nose as that tends to break out the most with clogged pores, and loved how much of a difference it made. My skin felt smoother and definitely cleaner!
Have you explored much KBeauty in Sephora? The amount of products can be overwhelming at first, but maybe this post was a nudge in that direction. If you had to focus on one, single skincare issue with a KBeauty product, I’d go for the hydrating products! You’ll find they have no greasy residue, and seem like the sink deeper into the skin than anything else.
this post was created in partnership with Sephora.