“Get It Beauty On The Road” To Bring Beauty Tips For Southeast Asian Ladies
Get It Beauty On The Road is the K-beauty roadshow Asian girls have all been waiting for!
Get It Beauty On The Road kicked off to give practical skin care routines and make-up tips for ladies in hotter and more humid countries on July 10.
The four-episode show features Korean fashion and beauty icon Sandara Park, up-and-coming Singapore actresses Chantalle Ng and Tay Ying together with beauty experts from Korea.
Korean beauty products and skin care routines have been a global trend, especially among Asian females. However, climate and humidity differences between South Korea and other Asian countries are the major reasons as to why K-beauty regimen may not be completely versatile, and sometimes frustrating.
tvN Asia’s original production, Get It Beauty On The Road, understands such concern and aims to deliver skin care alternatives. The show visits Singapore, a Southeast Asian country with a warm and more humid climate compared to South Korea to answer questions and provide insights to better Asian girls’ physical aesthetics through K-beauty techniques.
In the first episode of Get It Beauty On The Road, Dara along with beauty expert Song Jin Joo mentioned two common make-up problems ladies have under a hot weather. It includes the discomfort of having cakey make-up and melting eyeliners. The stars revealed quick fixes and secrets to the Korean natural moisturizing look with unnoticeable concealer and special techniques to avoid cakey foundation or melting make-up.
Furthermore, audiences are given the opportunity to see the personal make-up bags of the hosts, and learn tricks from popular Korean make-up artist Kim Ki Soo, who demonstrated tricks for outdoor evening look under humid weather.
Get It Beauty On The Road is a collaborative project between CJ E&M HK and StarHub TV, and adapts the winning format of popular Korean beauty program, Get It Beauty which explores K-beauty products.
Don’t miss the remaining three episodes which will air every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. (GMT +8) through tvN Asia. The series will be conducted in Mandarin, Korean and English and paired with subtitles in English, Chinese, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Indonesia and Thai.
tvN is available in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar and Sri Lanka.
All photos courtesy of tvN Asia.