I noticed that my facial skin was extremely dry and appeared to have aged during that short period. I envy the skin of Korean women coz they have that glowing skin which they called a glass skin nowadays. Is it hard to achieve?
Terms like dewy, fresh and radiant are often casually thrown about when it comes to talking about skin. None of them need much explanation and they all refer to that fresh-faced, well-rested glow that most of us wish we woke up with every morning. The latest term that has been thrown into the mix is ‘glass’, but is it really any different to what’s come before?
What is glass skin?
Think smooth, flawless, poreless skin with a beautiful, almost ethereal sheen to it. Mul-gwang is the Korean term for this finish, but it’s also been described as water glow or sheer skin, and it’s less about make-up and much more about a strategic, effective skincare regiment.
Is it easy to achieve?
Few of us are blessed with naturally flawless skin, however a stringent skincare routine will help bring you closer. LA-based make-up artist Ellie Choi documented her at-home regime on social media a few months back and it went viral.