LVMH recently took a stake in South Korea’s Clio Cosmetics. We totally are not stunned because Korean beauty products have been all the rage. The focus has been primarily in skin care, but they are 100% stepping up their makeup game. Check out some of our favorites below!
Yes, this may be pricey, but AmorePacific skincare products are worth it. Your skin will be silky smooth after using this face creme ($150, Sephora).
Attention all Target shoppers: Don’t forget to stop by the beauty aisles for some Laneige items. This water sleeping mask ($24, Target) will moisturize skin while you get your beauty sleep.
“belief” it or not, this moisture bomb (starting at $22, Sephora) feels light, but will give your skin the quench it needs.
4. Too Cool For School
This facial cleanser ($20, Sephora) feels soft on your skin yet it’s hard at work cleaning all the dirt and grime off from the day.
Sheet masks are fun and refreshing. Try this tsubaki oil mask ($8, Sephora) for soft and supple skin.
6. Dr. Jart+
Dr. Jart+ has some of the most amazing skincare products for your face. One of the popular ones is this ceramidin cream ($48, Sephora).
7. Tony Moly
It’s no secret that Tony Moly’s packaging is some of the cutest out there. This hand cream ($12, Sephora) comes in a jar you’ll want to keep and reuse after you run out of product.
By now, I’m sure you’ve seen the Elizavecca bubble clay mask ($11, Memebox). Don’t get fomo and get your hands on this foaming face mask quickly!
9. Chosungah 22
The Chosungah 22 tinted lip balms ($18, Sephora) were all the rage a while ago because they were being called “jello lipsticks.” They’re cute and they do their job of moisturizing your lips. Give one of them a try!
10. Peach & Lily
Take care of your blackheads and whiteheads with this Blackhead Steam Pore Pack ($38, Peach & Lily).
11. May Coop
Raw Sauce (starting at $14, Sephora). You don’t eat it. You put it on your face. This is an essence is to help other products sink into your skin better.
Do you have any KBeauty favorites?