Korean beauty expert and pop star shares the EXACT beauty routine behind her ‘enviable glow’

A Korean pop star has shared her eight-step $340 beauty routine with thousands of fans on Twitter, outlining the exact products and prices for others to purchase them.

While it’s rare for beauty experts from this region to share the clever ways they maintain their porcelain skin and ‘enviable glow’, Kyla Massie isn’t afraid to pass the knowledge on.

The 17-year-old rapper from girl group Pristin said while she mainly credits accutane for keeping her skin so clear, these products have also helped maintain her stunning appearance.

She starts with TheFaceShop’s $10.08 cleansing cream to remove her makeup after a long day in front of the cameras.

The starlet will then turn to a second cleaner, this time TheFaceShop’s $14.40 cleansing foam for ‘normal usage’, just removing all additional dirt and debris from the day. 

Next she chooses an exfoliator, in this case Dr G Crystal Peeling for $26.40, before moving on to a Cosrx AHA/BHA toner for $24.49. 

‘It’s a mild toner that also slightly exfoliates thanks to the AHA and BHA,’ Kyla said. 

Come this stage in the process and Kyla tries to ‘lock in moisture’ with the $42.85 Missha Time Revolution Essence. Then it’s either the Innisfree Green Tea Lotion ($25.55) during the day or Tonymoly Green Tea intense cream ($38.33) at night. 

To continue protecting her skin while she’s out in the sun the songstress applies Cosrx 50+ sunscreen ($22.36).

‘I noticed a drastic difference in my skin after religiously applying sunscreen. It also helps that this one has aloe,’ she said.

Some of her favourite face masks to use include the Creme Rose Oil overnight mask ($25.04), which she puts on after her nighttime routine), the I’m Sorry For My Skin jelly mask ($32.41) for when she’s travelling and Aztec healing clay ($18.01) mixed with apple cider vinegar for everyday use.

Other pharmacy brands she occasionally turns to are Dr. Bronner’s tea tree castor soap as a face wash ($34.95), Dickinson’s witch hazel for toner ($8.87) and Cetaphil cream/lotion ($13.99). 

‘I have sensitive/dry skin so these products may not work for you! Everyone is different so make sure to always test it before buying,’ she finished her post.

In total the routine costs $337.73 because of the vast array of products, but could be made cheaper by dismissing the pharmacy products and masks. 


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