Gwendolyn. Age: 23.
SNOW is a camera app used by over million people around the world. I dont really write reviews but i have to say that this app needs one of mine. However i am sad at the fact that i am no longer able to post on my story and chat with my friends. Personally i also dont like Bounce.
Bristol. Age: 23.
The Best Korean Makeup That Every K-Beauty Fan Needs to Try
People all over the world dream of being pop stars, but perhaps nowhere else more than South Korea. While their northern neighbors are wondering where the next meal is coming from, South Koreans are obsessing over every detail of their K-Pop stars' lives and striving to be as much like them as possible. This regularly leads to really weird and creepy incidents, but those "lucky" enough to actually be an idol are still expected to appreciate it, no matter what hell they're put through.
Juliet. Age: 23.
Since I started to cover K-pop for Allure inI've interviewed approximately 66 idols — and counting. Through our conversations backstage or over the phone, I've learned that beauty, specifically skin care, blurs language barriers and gives us common ground. I may not know how to hit a high note while body rolling like Monsta X's Kihyun or even Chung Habut at the end of the day, we all wash off our makeup and dive into an extensive skin-care routine.
Miss Vogue. Another fashion month has passed and the industry's latest front-row favourites: K-pop stars, still remain to be the talk of the season. Whether they are stealing the spotlight at shows or flaunting serious sartorial dexterity on the red carpet and in their high octane, Oscar-worthy music videos, their outfits alone prove why they're the fashion industry's latest gems. As we anticipate what these K-Pop stars will bring to the next fashion month, Miss Vogue takes a look at some of the best moments where K-Pop and the fashion world collided.