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JAMSU MAKEUP TECHNIQUE -- MY FLAWLESS NATURAL SUMMER MAKEUP ROUTINE

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Hello, everyone!

I hope your enjoying your Tuesday today! I am now going to share you my current campus makeup look for summer!

A little disclaimer right here, I will not do that summer glowy and bronzey makeup look. Instead, I will do a very natural and happy makeup look that will last all day long using the currently viral makeup technique called 'Jamsu.'

As some of you may heard, 'Jamsu' is a makeup technique that was invented by the Koreans (well, we all know the drill now. The K-beauty industry is the leading beauty trend nowadays!) This technique was also intended for oily skin types, mainly because it will help you to achieve that flawless matte makeup look! So, you won't be bothered again with the fear of having your makeup melted down on your face before even you meet the sun outside.

According to The Klog,

"What Is “Jamsu?”
“Jamsu,” which roughly translates to “submerge,” consists of basically patting handfuls of baby powder on your face after you put on your primer, foundation, and concealer. Then you plunge your entire face into a sink or bowl filled with cool water for 15 to 30 seconds. After that, you pat dry with a towel and finish the rest of your makeup. The result is perfectly matte skin that lasts all day."

Begin Again

Saturday, August 5, 2017

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Hello, everyone!

It's been 2 months since I wrote in here. There's so much that I want to tell, but probably can't put it into the right words because I have been feeling like I wasn't me.. or maybe, just maybe, it all happens too fast that I barely even feel like myself.

First of all, I can't believe that this summer quarter marks exactly one year of my presence here in the United States! I mean, was it even that fast? I was only a high schooler before I came here, I couldn't cook by myself, I am not used to do my own laundry, and I almost never clean my own room (what an irony). But, when I look at myself right now, and then I looked back at myself one year ago.. I. am. literally. shook. I can't even believe how much things have changed since then. Probably, I would say that I am proud of myself for surviving one year of being here, so that I know I would do better the following year. And even though now we are in the middle of 2017, I just realized that 2016 was one hell of a year for me!


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