If you have dry to normal skin, it’s okay to not set your liquid base but if you have combination/oily skin, it is a must to set it to prevent more oil. The powder I’m using is Bourjois Healthy Balance powder in Vanille. I would focus on the area under my eyes (trust me they will crease), forehead, nose, and chin. That’s where I get oil the most.
Watching PONY Makeup, she loves to lightly contour her nose and eye crease. For that, I’m using Etude House Face Color Corset in number 4. The shade is not too dark which is suitable for my fair skin. You can totally skip this step if you want to.
Eyeliner: NYX Two Timer Dual Ended Liner. I love the felt tip side for a sharp wing liner. The other one I’m using for tightlining and brightening the inner corner of my eyes is the Shu Uemura Drawing Pencil in ME Pink 04. It has metallic finish so it’s perfect for that shimmery look.
Eyebrow: Shu Uemura Hard Formula in hard 9. The pencil interacts with the oil in the brow hair to release the colour pigment so you won’t get a swatch on your hand. The Koreans love that natural and undefined brow look so this pencil is perfect for it.
Cheeks and lips: NYX Stick Blush in tea rose. I love this blush so much! It is very long lasting and the shade makes it look like you’re actually blushing. I would also use this product on my lips. The Koreans love lip tint or any sort of lip products that leave colour stain so this stick blush is perfect. You want to look like your lips are naturally pink.
For eyeshadow, I’m using Etude House blending brush. The bristles are actually white but the other day I did a smokey eyes on my sister and I still haven’t washed it (along with the other brushes in the picture oops). The brush picks up the product really well. For shading, I’m using Too Cool For School mini blending brush. It’s awesome for shading and for your crease colour.