K-Pop’s influence in the beauty industry is so massive, international makeup brands are inspired by it. But behind those glass skin and gradient lip looks, are the talented K-Pop makeup artists.
If you’ve been wondering how to create the looks of your fave idols from BLACKPINK, TWICE, Tifanny Young, CL, Suzy Bae and more, then scroll down to know these K-Pop makeup artists Instagram accounts and secrets to achieving your idols’ looks.
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She’s the woman behind the BLACKPINK’s many memorable beauty looks from Coachella 2019 performance to their In Your Are Tour. If you love Jennie, Lisa, Jisoo, and Rose’s looks then hit follow for behind-the-scenes images and videos showing how their makeup is achieved.
Won Jung-Yo is the go-to makeup artist of former Miss A member Suzy Bae. She actually has previously traveled with Suzy during the recent Paris Fashion Week and has created different variations of the no-makeup makeup look that’s essential to Suzy’s personal style. Beside Suzy, she has also worked with JYP girl group TWICE on beauty on a few different occasions and projects, including its mini album YES or YES and their recent Allure Korea cover.
Pony is probably the most famous Korean makeup artist, so obviously, this list wouldn’t be complete without her. Her real name is Hye-Min Park, and nowadays, most people know her through her viral makeup tutorial videos on YouTube, and as beauty mogul with eponymous makeup brand Pony Effect. But she has actually worked closely with CL of iconic girl group 2NE1 in the past.
Since working with Tiffany Young on her “Born Again” music video earlier this year, Suzie K has gone on to create beauty looks for the singer’s romantic “Lips on Lips” visual and also on her look in the 2019 iHeartRadio Music were Tiffany won the Best Solo Breakout award.
The last but definitely not the least, Min-Ah Park. She has been working as HyunA‘s makeup artist since the artist’s Cube days before she eventually joined new entertainment agency P NATION in early 2019. She is responsible for the singer’s signature sultry-meets-grungy makeup looks, typically made up of statement-making lip colors like bright red and fuchsia, as well as smudgy eyeliner and spidery lashes.
And that’s it. Those are the K-Pop makeup artists you can follow in Instagram. Do you know more? Then share their Instagram accounts in the comments section below.