– I'm enhancing my eye fat, y'all.
– So what's the deal withKorean beauty products? They're everywhere.
– Some people swear by them.
So we're trying to figure outwhat all the hype is about.
– We decided to get some and try them out.
– It's Ladylike and todaywe're testing Korean makeup.
– So, I've seen a lot ofKorean beauty products in Sephora.
There was a Birchbox witha lot of Korean beauty stuff in it.
Korean makeup/skin care iskind of everywhere right now.
– I guess I didn't evenrealize it was different than American makeup.
– I've heard a few things about Korean beauty products but Idon't know if I've heard about products that people actually use or the products that justbecome Internet famous.
– There's a whole shelfat Urban Outfitters with like Korean beauty products.
If Urban has it, you know it's trendy.
– Ooh, I have chic purple.
– I like that mine says,"oops.
" like you're already going to fuck up.
– So, apparently, youapply it to your lips, wait for it to dry, andthen you peel it off like Elmer's glue.
– I kind of like the smell, is that weird? I was also one of those people who huffed out Elmer's glue.
– Don't huff glue, friends.
– Does yours burn a little bit? It doesn't feel good.
– Like, what was thethinking behind the creation of this product? – Too easy to put on normal product so you've got to do the most.
– My lips feel like shriveled prunes.
Which makes me think it's time to peel.
– It's kind of difficult to grasp.
It has a strong hold on my lip.
– Oh, gross.
– Oh my God, they're bothcoming at the same time.
– Woah, oh my God! – I kind of fucked it up andI had it like surrounding my lips so I still looklike a four year old.
– Oo, salty.
– It is so salty and I don't know why.
– In terms of like, color,what's left on my mouth doesn't look that bad.
– I don't hate it but it doesn't look like I have anything on,do you know what I mean? – It also kind of looks like ombre.
– It looks like a color that's worn off.
Like maybe I have beenkissing a lot of people.
– [Voiceover] Maybe.
– [Voiceover] Dear Girl's Cute Eyes Maker.
– So this is an eye fat enhancer, It's just like contouringbut for your bags.
– What? It's like a brownlittle stick thingy.
– So there's two steps to this thing.
– So, I'm literally justmaking my bags worse.
– Step two is like thisweird, clear, shiny thing.
– Step two is like, "Oh,I'm on the up and up.
" – Actually my eye doeslook puffier and bigger.
– Oh my God! Blend it a little bit.
– Yours look a lot bigger actually.
It sounds weird but I guess it works.
– It's fine.
– It's a look.
– [Voiceover] It's a thing.
– [Voiceover] Nude Glow, Nakeup Face.
– Not makeup but Nakeup.
– It's called eye gloss.
But I don't know what that means.
– Oo, it's cold.
– I'm like nervous aboutputting a lot on so.
It's twitching so much.
– You can't really mess up doing this.
– Your eyes twitching too.
Actually, it's twitching quite a bit.
(laughing) – Are you trying to dry it? – Yeah, dry it for me.
– Oh my God, you wantme to blow on your eye? – Yup.
– Does it tickle? – Uh-oh, I did too much.
I went too far.
– Okay, wait, just stop with the– – Just stop- Just stop.
– I didn't realize how pigmented it was.
– This shows up quickly anda little bit stronger than normal eye shadow does on me.
– You know, actually,I thought it would be more severe than it was.
You can blend this alittle bit with your finger which is good.
– [Voiceover] Okay, thisis definitely the cutest packaging of makeup thatI've seen in a while.
– This is just adorable.
– Oh, if you squeeze it it's wet.
– It's like a little heart.
– All right, not a color I would choose but it shows up so that's a plus.
It's just moist.
– This is essentially aclown color for my face.
– Maybe mine's too wet.
No, this is just the way it is.
– It looks like I just pinched my cheeks like Victorian woman style.
– I feel fresh faced.
– I feel like yours blended pretty well so it just looks like,it looks like you might not even have blush on necessarily.
– It definitely is nota high impact blush.
As the little illustrationis, just a little like hm.
– Yeah, like hmm.
– I'm not mad at it.
– I'm more mad at myselfthan I am at this.
– I think it's superinteresting and enlightening just to see like whattrends are trendy over there as opposed to like the makeup trends that are trendy over here.
– It's all very softand dewy and shimmery.
In America, it's really like contoured, sharp liner, sharp lip.
– And it shows you howthe standards of beauty really do change a ton.
– A couple of the itemspopped on my skin a little bit more than I thoughtit would so that was cool.
– So Korean makeup? Thumbs up? Thumbs down? – Thumbs up.
– Just as hard as American makeup.
– Lady tested, lady approved.
– And that's why they call it Ladylike.