The Korean bridal makeup look is one of Asia’s top beauty trends, and Singapore is no exception.
To share with you more about Korean bridal makeup, we have Julie Kim, who is our makeup artist from Korea to share her knowledge. She has been residing in Singapore for around 6 years now and has a good understanding of Singapore’s culture to incorporate her Korean bridal makeup knowledge to suit every bride.
Julie strongly believes in using a minimalistic approach to bring out and enhance one’s features. She loves creating soft and natural makeup looks.
1. What is Korean bridal makeup in general?
Korean bridal makeup consists of very natural looks. Although trends come and go every time, dewy skin forms the foundation in Korean makeup. One of the hottest trends now would be a single, matte lip colour in shades like coral or dusty rose!
2. Since dewy skin is an important base, is there a strong emphasis on skincare to prep for Korean bridal makeup?
Yes, focusing on skincare is a crucial first step to achieve dewy skin especially in Singapore’s humid weather. Otherwise, your complexion might show signs of dullness. Skin should be healthy and moisturized to get a radiant, dewy complexion. Before doing Korean makeup looks on my clients, I make sure that I focus more time on their skincare to achieve the best results. To achieve the best results, one trick that I like would be to use makeup products like a highlighter, moisturizing foundation or products with a slight shimmer base!
3. Will Korean bridal makeup suit all skin tones?
Yes, Korean bridal makeup is versatile enough to suit an array of skin tones ranging from fair to tanned skin. One misconception that many girls have would be that Korean makeup will only look nice on fair-skinned people. However, that is not true as I have had many clients who are tanned. Even in Korea, not everyone is fair-skinned as well.
4. Will Korean bridal makeup suit oily skin people?
Korean bridal makeup can still work on people with oily skin. On areas that are oilier like the T-zone, I usually apply some mattifying products after to combat the shine. In general, you can still achieve a dewy look but with the help of extra products to take away the unwanted shine!
5. What are some of your top favourite Korean makeup and skincare products that you recommend?
For makeup, recently, I have been really enjoying the brand Jung Saem Mool. I like the moisturizing properties in their products to hydrate the skin. For their eyeshadow palettes, the combination of colours is really easy to work with that allow me to create many beautiful eye looks! For skincare, I really like the brand Mediheal for their face masks. Other brands I like include Laneige, belif and innisfree.
We hope that you have enjoyed reading and gained some useful insights into Korean bridal makeup!