9:15 pm - 06/03/2012

miss A Suzy’s Secret for Maintaining Skin? “I Am Young”


Recently, miss A’s Suzy surprised Netizens and television viewers with her “4th dimension response.” (A response that was “out there.”)

She appeared on the May 2 broadcast of KBS 2’s “Entertainment Report” alongside fellow drama “Big” cast members Lee Min Jung and Gong Yoo.



Lee Min Jung, who appears on many different makeup ads and is well-known for her perfect skin, was asked how she takes care of her skin. She answered that laughing is an important way that she maintains her skin.

Suzy was asked the same question and she replied with, “I think it is because I am young.” Gong Yoo and Lee Min Jung began to laugh and they agreed with her.

When asked what Lee Min Jung’s first impression of Suzy was, she answered, “She is like a doll. I am a doll that is a bit old, and she is one that was just produced.”

“Big” will have its first broadcast tonight on June 4. (KST)



source: Soompi

CAN THIS PLEASE BE AN ~OMONA BEAUTY POST~ where we can talk about bb cream and shit

ginnywise 4th-Jun-2012 12:25 pm (UTC)
I have no idea about your skin but I usually avoided changing the products I used at all because it was hard to find make up/foundation that would look completely natural. When I first found out about BB creams, I got excited because my skin troubles are now mostly cured (I'm 22) and prefer lighter make up so I got one immediately, and then 3 other ones later,which surprisingly were all great. Maybe it has to do with the fact that I'm really pale (but tan without getting burnt first) and I choose the lightest shade available.

But anyway, they are all Korean brands and they've looked absolutely perfect because I got comments like "you're skin's glowing" "look at your complexion it looks perfect" after looking at some pics we took with friends at a party and they wore like heavy stuff, full make up.

My favourite one has to be Skinfood's Peach Sake BB Cream it was perfect colour wise, since I started using it I didn't get any spots for like months, it's not very concealing but it feels right for me that have mixed skin occasionally oily and living in a not so humid environment. I wore it in the winter, it was perfect (my skin gets really dry and peels off in the winter). Also lasts long- I wore it at Uni from like midday to after dinner and I didn't mind going out for drinks without touching up.
For the summer that gets really hot here, and feels more humid than winter, I tried Hanskin's Jelly Skins and Mineral Magic. They were both fabulous, to tell you the truth. Jelly Skins covers perfectly, it feels lighter by the minute and lasts long. Mineral Magic is thinner not as concealing but I think it's good for dry skin. My friend (who sometimes gets orang-ish because of make up) tried Jelly Skins and it looked perfect on her too. Also I wouldn't recommend the Skinfood's Peach one for skins with pimples.

Other than that I got my mum another Hanskin, Hyaluron Moisture and tried it myself to check it. It was heavier than the rest, more concealing than the rest though, wouldn't recommend it for humid environments especially if you have oily skin, if you have really light skin it might make you look darker or orang-ish. It didn't make me and I'm really careful about not looking orange but my skin didn't look as paper white as it really is and was with the other BB creams I tried. It still looked perfect on my mum who is a shade darker than me, the BB cream took the shade of each of our complexions somehow.

I think that's were the korean brands win. I use them daily, I don't have anything bad to say about them and a friend who got a Missha (can't remember which exactly, Perfect Cover I think) still buys that one after a year. I've got some bad reviews from friends for western types of BB cream and frankly, I've felt like a queen since I started using them, over a year ago.
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