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Review: Missha line friends magic cushion foundation

OK, so finding the perfect foundation is the hardest struggle for any make up lovers. I have used couple of foundations, cake make up, BB cream, CC cream even pan stick. From those experience I know, the struggle is much harder if you have oily skin. I don’t know, but I heard it’s same for those with combination skin type too. After moving in Korea, my skin broke out suddenly. One of the Bangladeshi Sister here then suggested me to stop using the products I brought from Bangladesh. So, I did. As you all know, Korean BB cream is famous in world wide. I bought one, it’s actually good! It gives you the perfect coverage, and gets set in your face quickly. While my make up routine was getting better, my skin was getting worse. Searching google and with the help of internet, I came to know that for oily skin some times the culprit for acne is your BB CREAM!!


Korean Cosmetics for your Carry-On

As the weather gets warmer and the school year comes to an end, English teachers and expats in Korea are packing their bags and planning trips to exotic locations.

Whether spending a few months backpacking through Southeast Asia, jaunting off to Europe, or heading home for a few weeks, travelers must stay conscious of their packing habits as airlines are continuously upping fees for extra luggage weight.  For those who like to travel with carry-on baggage only, it's also important to keep liquids to a minimum, as one is only allowed a tiny Ziploc bag to put them in.  This can be especially difficult for us girls who like to bring along toiletries and cosmetics to look nice and feel comfortable.  Fortunately enough, for those of us living in Korea, we don't have to make any sacrifices this travel season, as popular Korean cosmetic chains offer up travel-sized products for girls on the go.

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