It has become quite chilly in Korea.
Am I the only one who misses summer as it’s getting cold? 🥶
This October issue is about Halloween, the special day that cannot be left out in October!
🎃Halloween is a representative festival in the U.S. and is now one of the most beloved festivals around the world.🎃
In Korea, families don’t make jack-o'-lanterns or wander from door to door, shouting "Trick or Treat”. 🍬
However, young people often gather around and enjoy the parties.
🧛🏻♀️ At the party, they are usually in costume or put on the make-up to suit the outfit.
There are various concepts, but I think Joker and Harley Quinn are the best ones in the common concepts Koreans do! ✨
Of course, many people do the general Gore concepts, 👻
but the above concepts are relatively convenient to put on or erase the make-up.
Also, the concepts give people the special moments to live as the main characters in the movies for a day! 🌟
🤡Usually, Halloween make-up needs a variety of materials that are not used in the normal make-up.
However, Joker and Harley Quinn need just the common make-up products in everyday life
such as eye shadows, eyeliners, eyebrows, and lip sticks. 💄
Particularly, Joker and Harley Quinn usually do the point make-up with the red and blue colors,
where the smudged-like and intense colors are impressive.
Some people paint their eyelids with the red lip products and extend their corners of the mouth with the eyeliner. 👄
In this way, the biggest difference from the general make-up is that there is no restriction on the use of the products!
Furthermore, Joker and Harley Quinn have unique hairstyles as well.
If you decorate your hair with a wig, hair spray, or pastel along with your make-up,
you will look more like a Joker or Harley Quinn! 🎭
In the October issue, we briefly learned about Halloween make-up, which is the most common in Korea.
Please look forward to the November issue! 🤩