This New K-Pop-Inspired Makeup Will Give You Rainbow Eyebrows
The Korean beauty craze doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon, and if you're ready to try out the trends, do it the authentic way. Two Asian brands, Shu Uemura (a L'Oreal-owned brand founded by a Japanese makeup artist) and Kye (a high-fashion streetwear label started by Kathleen Kye that is a favorite among Seoul's K-pop scene), have teamed up to produce one of this Spring's hottest beauty collaborations.
Kye has outfitted existing and newly launched Shu products with kitschy neon motifs, including ice cream cones, headphones, Band-Aids, and sculls. Snag a limited-edition Shu's cult-favorite cleaning skin oil, which we promise really takes everything off and leaves skin radiant. There's also a deep purple brow gel so you can get rainbow arches. And we're obsessed with the cushion gel blushes and tinted glossy lip balms.
It all goes on sale on April 18!