If you're not already on the bandwagon, be prepared to be swept along by the K-beauty wave once you check out Etude House's new ranges of products - they include the squeal-worthy Berry Delicious collection, the Big Cover line of products as well as the Play 101 Stick collection.
The Berry Delicious range features a whole host of products - first up, 10 shades of vibrant and buildable lip colours for the Berry Delicious Colour In Liquid Lips Juicy (S$17.90 each), including a mint one that changes into a rosy pink tint upon contact with your lips! Be sure to first keep your lips in tip-top condition with the Berry Delicious Lip Jam Treatment as well as Lip Jam Scrub (S$11.90 each).
The two six-colour Berry Delicious Fantastic Colour Eyes eyeshadow palettes (S$19.90 each) are delectably named Strawberry Mojito and Strawberry Fondue, and contain sweet, iridescent and subtle pinks, browns and corals for the everyday girly-girl.
If you're not already flushed with excitement, perhaps the Berry Delicious Cream Blushers (S$15.90 each) will do the trick. Available in three shades, these cream blushers set into a velvety powdery finish to give you natural rosy cheeks for the whole day.
Wanna let your fingers do the talking instead? Pick from the 10 colours available from the Berry Delicious Strawberry Souffle Nails (S$5.90 each), which are inspired by the season of strawberries, and oh-so-aptly contain antioxidant Korean strawberry extract.
That's not all for the range - indulge yourself in a full-body berry experience with the Berry Delicious Body Milk and Body Scrub & Wash (S$17 each) using the uber adorable Bread Shower Sponger (S$5.90).
Now if you've always wanted to know how to get that adorable K-beauty makeup style, renowned makeup maestro Clarence Lee was present to demonstrate how you can achieve that look at home with the Berry Delicious products as well as their new Big Cover range of products.
Makeup Tips From Clarence Lee
To counter skin redness, opt for a green-toned concealer.
To cover dark undereye circles, use a peach-coloured concealer instead of a skin-coloured one.
Apply mascara on the lower lashes to make your eyes look larger.
When applying face powder:
Pat with the sponge to get a full-on matte finish.
Use a large powder blush to get a slightly less matte finish.
Removing makeup is very important - even if you only wear sunscreen, you'll still need makeup remover.
Former magazine editor Cheryl never wore Prada; she earns her daily keep as an English editor,and indulges her undying passion for writing and all things beauty-related at her blog (http://beautifulbuns.wordpress.com).