Dr.Young First Impressions + GRWM

Swatches, first impressions, and a get ready with me featuring some Dr. Young BB creams and sheet masks.

Products Used:
Dr.Young Nourishing Rain on Dry Skin Mask Special Care System (Gerusam Ginseng)
Dr.Young Protect Prevent 2p Pearl Brightening Balm (Dark Tan)
NYX HD Studio Finishing Powder
Becca Blushed with Light palette (wisteria)
Benefit Hoola
Urban Decay Naked Basics palette (nudie, commando, faith, blow)
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil (yogurt)
NYX Matte Liquid Liner
NYX Epic Ink lip dye (heartbreaker)
Eyelure Texture No.117 lashes
WetNWild Volume Plus waterproof mascara

The other two BBs I swatched are the Dr.Young Protect Prevent 2p Blemish Base (Pink Beige) and Protect Prevent Triple Action BB (Natural Beige)



Hydrocolloid Pimple Patches + DIY

Have a pimple that you need gone as quickly as possible? Hydrocolloid bandaids can help! I’m here with the rundown on these magical pimple patches that can make acne disappear overnight, and I also have a quick DIY if you can’t find any in stores near you! These work great for sensitive skin!

And shoutout to my bestie Joanne who introduced me to this awesome skincare hack (:


Korean Skincare Haul + First Impressions

My orders at Memebox and Jolse finally arrived with lots of Etude House and CosRx goodies to try out!

A couple items are technically makeup and not skincare, but I thought I would include them anyway since it’s a part of the same order.

Let me know if you have any other suggestions on products I should try in the future!


Etude House I Need You Hyaluronic Acid sheet mask
Etude House Water Tint (Cherryade)
Etude House Cherry Tint (PK001)
CosRx Acne Pimple Master Patch
CosRx Hyaluronic Acid Hydra Power Essence
CosRx Aloe Vera Oil-Free Soothing Gel
CosRx Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask


Easy DIY Bath Bombs

#TreatYourself and have a fun spa night at home with DIY bath bombs. They’re way cheaper than Lush and fun to make as gifts!

You only need 4 ingredients for this DIY, but you can add in extras like coloring and scents if you want.


– 1/2 cup baking soda
– 1/4 cup citric acid (I bought mine online, but you can find it in the grocery store next to baking/canning supplies and mason jars usually)
– 1 tsp almond oil/avocado oil/coconut oil/olive oil depending on what your skin likes
– Witch hazel (quantity depends on how humid it is where you live, so just keep a close watch on it as you mix)
– OPTIONAL: gel food coloring and a couple drops of essential oil for scent. Vanilla extract is bomb and makes your bath smell like total yumminess.