Without realising, social media has become a huge part of our lives — maybe a tad bit too much. Excessive usage is definitely not a good thing, but the positive side of social media platforms like these are created for people to connect with others across the worldwide network. Similar to the fashion industry, the beauty scene is also a forever changing one.
In an age where YouTube has spawned some of the most prominent celebrities of the digital age, beauty vloggers video bloggers have also risen to the fore in the fashion and makeup industry. A high proportion of the new generation's "beauty experts" are Korean. Kpop Herald rounds up six of the most-watched and closely monitored Korean beauty vloggers.
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It has also been kind of cloudy lately and I miss the sun. This outfit is kind of out there but definitely very stylish. To make the look seem like a dress, a black skirt is worn to blend in with the top.
A woman's makeup routine is largely defined by her specific needs and concerns. Whether it's finding the perfect foundation for dark skin or learning how to cover a pimple without anyone noticing, you can achieve any look with the right tools and techniques. This statement certainly rings true for people of Asian descent.
The abundance of YouTube beauty gurus means we can get reviews and tutorials on just about every new product as soon as it hits shelves, including releases on the other side of the world. These digital experts save us from buying a plane ticket or ordering products online unseen and untested. Here are a few of our favorite online beauty experts from East Asia we think you should subscribe to.
In the expansive world of beauty bloggers and vloggers, one thing is certain—there are some seriously talented Asian artists out there. From the maverick Michelle Phan to newer faces, Instagram and YouTube audiences are seeing more and more Asian representation, and it is amazing and much needed. As the seasons are shifting, look to these 11 influencers for when you need to know which moisturizer will save dry skin and what dark lip techniques will make your lips stand out the most.
As a Filipino-Chinese woman growing up in America, I was constantly told — by my classmates, by movies and TV shows, and by commercials — that the most beautiful girls in the world had fairer skin, lighter hair, and eyes that didn't look like mine. Looking at myself in the mirror, with my tan skin, dark hairand eyes that I used to describe as "poop-colored," I walked through most of grade school struggling to love my features. In high school, I started seeing girls who look like me on TV.
It seems like as time goes on the pool of social media infuencers continues to grow. And while we have our staple and more recognizable influencers like Tyler Oakley, Jeffree Star, Manny MUA, Jenna Marbles, Lele Pons and more, I think we should take the time to celebrate the online personalities that reflect the diversity that is necessary to balance out the equation. From the OG Michelle Phan to other style mavens like Pony Makeup from Korea, these lovely guys and gals continue to bless our feed with their makeup looks, style and personalities that shine through each and every carefully curated post.