A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”. A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”.
A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”.

The unvarnished truth about Korean make-up and skincare products, in online and offline forums led by K-beauty enthusiasts

  • Two veteran beauty product reviewers form K-Beauty Collective to look beyond marketing spiel and publicise products that offer good quality at a fair price
  • They look for simple, minimal formulas, products that can be used by vegans and vegetarians, and above all, ones that can actually do what they claim to do

Topic |   Fashion
A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”. A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”.
A group of K-Beauty enthusiasts in face masks at a K-Beauty Collective event. The collective selects brands and products based on if they offer good quality at a fair price – rather than “miracle potions with wild claims”.
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