5 K-Beauty Makeup Products We Can’t Stop Raving About

May 10, 2021
Mary Honkus
By: Mary Honkus | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
Touch in Sol Pretty Filter Icy Sherbert Primer and La’Dor Wonder Hair Oil
Korean beauty products are constantly surprising us. Recently, we’ve seen (and tried) a peel-off mask that transforms our face into a disco ball, a hand cream in banana-shaped packaging and a serum made with avocados, to name just a few. But the innovations don’t stop at skincare. Check out some of our favorite new (at least the U.S.) K-beauty makeup products .
peripera ink velvet lip tint

Peripera Ink Velvet Lip Tint

This lip tint has been taking the K-Beauty world by storm. The velvety-matte formula is so lightweight that it feels like air on your lips while still offering a sheer punch of color that lasts from sunrise to sunset.


Touch in Sol Pretty Filter Icy Sherbert Primer

With an instant cooling effect, this gel primer works to hydrate the skin while creating a long-lasting base, so makeup stays put all day.

dr gio cosmetics ultra 7 brightening foundation cushion

Dr. GIO Cosmetics ULTRA 7 Brightening Foundation Cushion

Formulated to fight maskne with ingredients like niacinamide and tea tree oil, this foundation nourishes the skin while providing a hydrating, dewy finish. The compacts are currently available in six shades for darker skin tones, but the brand, which is the only K-Beauty brand founded by a Black woman, is working to expand the range. 

La’Dor Wonder Hair Oil

This all-in-one hair oil refreshes and repairs dry, damaged hair while nourishing the scalp. It’s developed with squalane, an ingredient derived from plants that is often used in skincare, to keep moisture locked in, avocado oil for silky, smooth strands and vitamin E to keep the scalp hydrated.

VDL cream stick jelly blush

VDL Cream Stick Jelly Blush

Achieve a natural flush with just one swipe thanks to the creamy formula of this multi-use Jelly Blush. Dab a bit of color on your makeup sponge, then apply to cheeks for a glossy finish or pat directly on your lips for a quick hint of color.

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