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Suertres Tips/Swertres Tips of the Philippines and Lotto Results Today - Feb 28 2015
Learning skincare tips from Koreans

By Leska Ang

Friday, February 27, 2015

MY LOVE and interest in the Korean culture is no big secret. I have long been interested in their language, their history, and their art from even before the first KPOP hit, Wonder Girls' Nobody, paved the way for other groups and singers to have popularity in the Philippines. And it is exactly because of that addiction to Korean culture that my parents allowed me to visit the country not just once, but twice, in 2014.

"Why don't you wear makeup? You are still so young, you should wear makeup," was one of the first things my Korean friend asked me as I was frequently barefaced while touring around her city. In the Philippines, it is quite the opposite - you're still young, don't wear makeup. Perhaps it is because the Philippine’s general concept of makeup is to hide imperfections and to give color to the usual bare-natural look when we go to work. On off days, we couldn't care less about blush-ons or lipsticks. At the end of that trip, that friend gave me a gift bag full of makeup from different Korean cosmetic brands.

More than allowing me to see the beauty of their country, my trips to Korea last year introduced me to a whole new world - Korean cosmetics. Anyone who knows me could testify that I had no interest in cosmetics in the very least. Growing up with two older brothers, my preferences and hobbies were derivatives of what they liked - sports, WWE, console games, action and horror movies. Tints, concealer, foundation, and the like all seemed like words with no meaning to me. That is, until I walked down Myeongdong.

Koreans are known for their flawless, milky white skin that has an unmatched radiance. Their need for physical perfection is a reflection of their belief that the appearance shows how well a person takes care of himself. They give the same importance to appearance as they would to health and well-being. So it should come as no surprise that, in order for the women to have their envy-worthy skin, there is a multi-step process to their daily skin care regimen.

The normal daily Korean skin care process would be around 8 to 12 steps which usually include cleansing, eye makeup removal, exfoliation, toner, essence, ampoule, sheet mask, eye cream, moisturizer, and night cream. The rule of thumb is that the amount of time spent on applying makeup should be the same for removing it and cleansing the face. Makeup and skin care products are somewhat an investment to the appearance-conscious which makes their cosmetic industry one of the most successful ones.

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Lotto Results Yesterday - PCSO
For February 27, 2015 Friday

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