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I have the same problem. I have a deep wrinkle under my left eye with fine lines under my right, a big wrinkle starting on my forehead, and fine lines in my nasolabial folds. I find that that only things that really work for me to keep them at bay, is using RetinA daily and then using a heavy moisturizer at night after it, to combat the peeling and dry feeling as much as possible. I also use 2 different ampoules daily. My daytime ampoule is the It's SKIN Power 10 Formula Q10 Effector (highly scented, but doesn't contain alcohol from the info I was given and works really well), for nighttime I use the Missha Time Revolution Night Repair Science Activator Borabit Ampoule. Both of these from my personal experience, have worked so well for me. Everything is much plumper than before use. The Q10 has worked really well to fade my acne scars, and the Missha one has plumped out all my pores. The one thing I really stress when it come to fine lines and wrinkles though is the RetinA. I started using it for the fine lines in my nasolabial folds and within 2 weeks they were gone. However, if the wrinkle is deep set, it can only try and erase some of it, not completely. It's also not a good idea to use around the eyes either, but consult a doctor about how to use it before anyone. If you do choose to try the RetinA, just know the first week or so is really painful and burns quite a bit. I used it every 2 nights, then every other night for a bit until my skin got used to it. You need a really heavy moisturizer after using it too, so keep that in mind. While you are using this, you have to use sunscreen. I would suggest a strong one too. I use the Innisfree Eco Safety Perfect Sunblock with PA+++ SPF 50 and it works great. I hope this helps somehow, and at least in the smallest way of knowing that you're not alone <3
it's like there's a ghost pulling her cheeks out further & further in every video (Just noticed, she doesn't even look Asian in this videos thumbnail pic. Sorta crazy.) this hair color looks better on her though. so that's a plus I guess.
This is OT in relativity to her IG posts but I figured I would post this here because this thread gets more use and I thought you'd get a kick. Idk if you guys have seen this or not, but I was watching a video that was in reaction to this guy here And I found the resemblance to Jo really funny. Scary brows, crazy eyes, doughy cheeks, turtle lips, all topped off with a cocky overconfident attitude. They could be siblings imo. If this isn't appreciated in this specific thread feel free to move it.
Sorta surprised she gets so many modelling jobs with the neck tattoo. I know they accept dainty hidden tattoos just have never seen any with neck tattoos except for alternative modelling. I wonder if they have a makeup artist cover it sometimes?
Newer video: I don't mean to be a huge dick but she is honestly the worst at blending anything. Foundation, concealer, shadows. Really, I'm not sure how she doesn't see there's mistakes there and huge chucks of missing foundation/etc. And I don't know what's up, but her skin is always so bad. There's always so much texture, not sure if she needs to exfoliate more, or apply her base makeup with a different brush/sponge, but there's gotta be some way she can improve that. Also not sure what's going on in the last clip where she's filling in her lips. Not only are her lips a wreck (why are they always dry and peely???), but she ends up getting product all over her teeth (or at least that's how it looks, it could be the natural shadows falling on them), and furthermore she gets really shaky while concealing and ends up with a really messy/sloppy lip. Wengie do you need a hug? Are you alright girl? As you said, they do look bad, and I really enjoy the aegyo sal look, but recently hers look very bulgy and overdone. And you can see it more in her videos, like the one above. I can't be certain of what she's done to them, but whatever it is, it does not suite her.
That part of her scalp that's pale as hell in comparison to everything else is weirding me out a lil Also, did she shop her ear too? I think it was mentioned before, that she does, but I can't be sure.
Yeah it's been there just always shopped out, I believe. Or eluded to not being there via angles/lighting.
I remember reading someone had run into her at work (which she confirmed is where she was working) and said that the girl there looked like her. Which makes me wonder how different she looks in person in comparison to selfies that the person that saw her didn't just automatically and definitely know it was her and say hi? Obviously not enough like her selfies then, right? We all know how different she looks because we have these comparisons, but imagine being that person and getting hit by a ton of bricks just realizing how different she actually looks lol
I absolutely feel like olive oil is better. The consistency is much easier to work with for 1, 2. I feel like it has more benefits for the skin. I cannot say I've tried coconut oil on my face, though I do use it in my hair and just from working with it there I know I wouldn't want it on my face. It's too thick for my personal taste (saying a lot because I like my face to stay moist all day and to stay heavily moisturized). When it gets down to it, I think it might be more to personal taste. I hope this helped!
Olive oil is also really good just used as a basic moisturizer. It's non-comedogenic so it doesn't clog pores and it makes your skin feel so soft. It's also high in antioxidants. It's basically a skin superfood. After I started using it as a moisturizer, I saw great benefits from it. My red scarring was going away and over-all my complexion was more even, as well as plump and lively looking. I recommend it to literally everyone. As fore sheet masks, I absolutely recommend the Etude house masks and the Tony Moly -I'm Real masks. I have super (emphasis on super) sensitive skin, and these never leave me with itchy or burning skin (which happens often when I use masks, among like every other facial product), and they are super moisturizing and help brighten up the skin. I had really bad cystic (REALLY BAD, 20+ pimples, mainly cystic, at all times) acne that started popping up about 2 years ago, and for the life of me, I could not get rid of it no matter what I tried, and I've always been very good with skincare. Literally the only thing that worked for me is a 1% clindamycin solution that I got from my primary doctor. She also prescribed me benzoyl peroxide, and all that did was irritate my skin. The solution, however, has completely cleared my acne, save for a few tiny surface pimples that are very far and few in between. The olive oil moisturizer helped slowly regenerate healthy skin, and cleared a few pimples, before I started the solution. I also tries drinking (diluted with water) organic apple cider vinegar, which actually really helped for a week, but my acne just ended up coming back (quite a few people say drinking/using this as a toner really helps them though) My skin is in great condition now, I'm just trying to get rid of the icepick acne scars that crap left me, so I'm using retin-a now. It sucks so bad. Like I said my skin is super sensitive, so so far, I've had to really ease myself into using it. First using it a few days, resting a day, then increasing the days I use it before taking another rest. That seems to be working relatively well, but does anyone else have any suggestions to help me get through the red, irritated burning phase of this? I sorta wanna get on to having no fine lines