From game-changing formulas, sleek packaging, and unconventional ingredients like bee venom and snail mucin, Korean skin care, also known as K-beauty, has become the gold standard for stretching and resetting industry boundaries. Glass skin is one of the latest K-beauty trends that has taken over the beauty world entirely.
Social media platforms and renowned makeup artists have been buzzing with tips and tricks to achieve “glass skin” looks, emulating the effortless looking “poreless” beauty that grazes the red carpet. Yahoo Finance reported that the viral trend “has earned more than 20 million views on TikTok” with no signs of slowing down.4 During 2021, beauty influencers attempted to one-up this trend by coining the phrase dolphin skin, but it didn’t stick quite the same.
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Amanda Azar, L.M.E is a published makeup artist, medical aesthetician, and body wrapper based in south Florida. She is the founder and executive artist of Azar Beauty, makeup artistry instructor at Cortiva Institute, and lead artist for NewsmaxTV, Pelican Grand’s Pure Spa, and St. Andrews Country Club. Azar has a degree in business management from Florida Atlantic University, diplomas in fashion makeup from Cosmix School of Makeup Artistry and Paramedical Aesthetics from Southeastern College, is dual licensed, and holds over 40 certifications. Azar is a member of the National Association of Professional Businesswomen, National Aesthetic Spa Network, Look Good Feel Better, and a RAW Artist alumni.