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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Lizzy reveals her bare face for the camera


Article: Lizzy reveals total bare face "I have no eyes... shocking visual"

Source: OSEN via Naver

1. [+6,312, -190] I like idols like her. Unlike some who start acting like top stars once they get a bit of fame, she works really hard no matter what the situation.

2. [+4,997, -163] I like it when women show their bare faces, there's a certain charm to how pretty they look without needing to be dolled up.

3. [+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up. Anyone can look like Minah if you're good at make up.

4. [+3,392, -269] Lizzy still looks pretty..

5. [+417, -22] She's more girl next door than other celebrities who try so hard to act pretty or act like they were born that way... She's always so humble and puts others before herself.. I hope she does well!

6. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?

7. [+337, -27] Lizzy and Minah both are so likable with the way they're not afraid to show their bare faces. They seem like honest people.

8. [+303, -10] She called her own bare face shocking visually ㅋㅋ

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207 comments:

  1. She is still likable no matter how much she loses hype

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  2. I love how honest she was and quite frankly she looks the same, just as cute

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  3. Doesnt look that much different with her make up face lol koreans tend to do a no make up make up anyways

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  4. She looks pretty ... But who is she ?

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  5. "1. [+6,312, -190] I like idols like her. Unlike some who start acting like top stars once they get a bit of fame, she works really hard no matter what the situation"THAT SHADE

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  6. Nana's pretty but leave the variety to Lizzy. Stick Nana in all the pictorials doe.

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  7. 6. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?


    I wonder too...

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  8. She looks so pretty, I'm glad she's confident enough about her looks to show her no make up face.

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  9. I love Lizzy, she's honest and realistic.
    Slay queen!!

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  10. what show is she doing this for?

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  11. There's definitely bb cream or other skin product involved here though.

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  12. Nana's being promoted now but as far as I know, Pledis pushed Lizzy in the beginning with all her variety show appearances.

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  13. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?



    Not because of the influx of Nana hate bandwagons, but I really find Lizzy as a very warm, likable, comfortable to watch.

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  14. SMH @ the pressed inetz, saying she wears bb cream or anything and not 100% bare! Jealous much?

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  15. 2. [+4,997, -163] I like it when women show their bare faces,
    there's a certain charm to how pretty they look without needing to be
    dolled up.

    3. [+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up. Anyone can look like Minah if you're good at make up.

    these comments sound like they're from guys. no one cares what you think about women wearing make up.

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  16. Surprised by all the positive comments. Good for her.

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  17. I like them both, lizzy, nana. I like Minah too, basically I love all women

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  18. 2. [+4,997, -163] I like it when women show their bare faces, there's a certain charm to how pretty they look without needing to be dolled up.



    ^ and honestly she looks really pretty without make up too!!!

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  19. well that wasnt very nice

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  20. I believe she's from After School

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  21. She looks really really really pretty... But the whole cut is funny. She half wake up spilling the beans about her surgery. She's freaking adorable.

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  22. Well no one expected her to look like when she performs as Orange Caramel.

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  23. It's so easy to win the hearts of netizens but yet...so hard. Lol.

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  24. the thing about idols is that they always cover their face when they dont have makeup on with sunglasses or masks. I guess its because how judgmental some people are. they should embrace both sides but...

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  25. even if they're coming from girls... People should be quiet about what they think about other people's body decisions since they're not their bodies.

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  26. amaya aguero monzonNovember 8, 2014 at 9:57 PM

    In my country people actually think you are weird if you wear makeup during the day !! They mostly wear it only to parties !!

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  27. She looks cute. It made me remember to seungyeon from Kara!

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  28. "no makeup make up"
    i lol'd

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  29. Lizzy seems really fun and down to earth, very likeable. I noticed it the first time I saw her on RM. I'm glad she hasn't changed in that respect.

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  30. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?

    I wonder too..

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  31. And you sound like an obnoxious little girl who learned feminism through tumblr. You make it sound like girls don't try to push the "no make up" ideal, especially so when they do not like wearing make up.

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  32. Idols like Lizzy are well-loved because of their fun and honest personality. But the problem is some people might take their words too serious and hate on them for trivial stuffs, especially since they are women. So promoting the outgoing members isn't always the best choice. They have to risk it.

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  33. I like her, At least she's honest

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  34. They're all so pretty anyways! ^-^ I found it cute that she showed her face :D

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  35. I want a After School comeback so bad

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  36. this is what they meant to say

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  37. 3. [+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up.



    oh...

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  38. Can all these idols please share some skin care tips? I swear so many have perfect skin while getting barely any sleep.

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  39. oppa didn't mean it!!!!!!November 8, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    Even when there are positive comments people still have something to complain about...seriously?

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  40. B.I.G said that they thought they looked nice with out makeup while training and when they started to promote and wear makeup and they see themselves with out makeup they get angry because they look worse

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  41. http://blog.julep.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/2605381.jpeg

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  42. More like Lizzy self promotes so theres no need she'll make sure people know she's there

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  43. She's looks cute. I like her bare face a lot more.

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  44. I've always liked Lizzy, I see her as fun and carefree. She has that ability to make the people around her feel comfortable..Lizzy Fighting!♡

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  45. I have read that some Korean women use up to 17 products a day on their face. That sounded excessive until I googled it and saw the amount of products available. I think the most important thing about Koreans is they are good at keeping exfoliated. That's one reason they are always so shiny and polished looking. Not a dead skin cell in sight.

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  46. i didnt recognize her though. but still looks cute

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  47. Whoah 17 products, and the exfoliant thing makes sense

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  48. Also a vampire like avoidance of the sun. My Korean lady friend told me just the other day I needed to be wearing long sleeves in the summer to keep the sun off my arms. I freckle. I told her sorry but...white girl here, got the full set of stinky sweat glands. I'll take my chances with 30 block.

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  49. she's so cute omg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nqvtE6mHiA

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  50. The "anyone can look like Minah if you're good at make up" is true, tho. So many tutorials on youtube of looking like Kim Kardashian or Jennifer Lawrence or any other female celebrity. Make up does wonders.

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  51. all hail make up!

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  52. i think some of them get shots to prevent acne

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  53. Nobody knew who they were when they were trainee's thats why it didn't matter so much. Honestly Im not saying that everybody needs makeup or plastic surgery, but I sure am damn happy that my idols got some work done compared to how they looked in their past. Especially with boy groups, fangirls are all about how there idol look from head to toe, half of them don't give a damn about the music. Thats just a bonus.

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  54. I like her better than nana....

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  55. " A woman is 90% made up of make up" WHAT AN ASS!!!

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  56. 4. [+3,392, -269] Lizzy still looks pretty..

    damn right
    http://auto.img.v4.skyrock.net/9331/85039331/pics/3115461617_1_3_GH6AB1E3.gif

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  57. oppa didn't mean it!!!!!!November 8, 2014 at 10:23 PM

    I only eat the bad things and almost none of the good...damn.

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  58. I can vouch for the avoiding sun thing.. I get sun spots like crazzzzyyy

    Also most white people that I know get really nice tans during the summer, but some burn lol :P

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  59. Lol I eat more of the bad stuff than good stuff and still have good skin.


    Drinking plenty of water is what really keeps your skin looking good.

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  60. I feel like Tiffany SNSD might have done that, her skin colour changed a lot from pre-debut

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  61. kpop idols don't even wear that much eye makeup but they look so different without it. it really shows it's not about how much you wear but the placement and thought behind it. she looks cute with or without makeup and she seems like a really nice person too

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  62. "No make up" in Korean means just BB cream.

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  63. I don't tan unless I WORK at it. Which means exposing myself gradually. I also have permanent freckles from sun exposure. Right now I'm just trying to avoid getting those really big ugly freckles that come from years of previous sun exposure. I never took good care of my skin. I didn't have acne or dry skin so I took it for granted. I smoked and didn't wear sun screen most of the time even though I was never a "tanner". Sometimes people just have nice skin because they inherited good skin but you can ruin it.

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  64. It would suck if you got a bad breakout in the middle of promotions as an idol.

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  65. That Nana shade lol.


    Lizzy used to be in more variety shows early on than Nana. Her fame started to dwindle when she used to complain so much about her Busan Queen title taken by Eunji.

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  66. A lot of the Korean celebrities go and get skin care treatments done at spas/salons. I know a lot of the female celebrities go once a week.

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  67. The biggest help they get is from false eyelashes or eyelash extensions. Having long dark eyelashes will make anyone's eyes look more feminine and pretty.

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  68. FK. I complimented myself this morning that my skins looks great but I need that caffeine for my all-nighter TT.TT

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  69. She doesn't look that much different tho. Still as pretty as when she had her makeup on.

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  70. Oh god. Remind me of Kevin late puberty and that mass amount of foundation back in 2010. It was so bad.

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  71. Good food, water, sun avoidance, exfoliating all of those things will help you keep your good skin if you already have it. Some people however don't have pretty skin to start out and if you are acne prone then it can be agonizing. My sister had acne for years into her late twenties. My daughter went through a phase with a lot of breakouts. She used Proactive for a couple of years. Now her skin looks good. She wasn't left with any scaring.

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  72. Lol I think the word you're looking for is natural makeup.

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  73. I barely get any sleep but people always compliment me for having nice skin.


    You can still have good skin, all you gotta do is maintain it.

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  74. Going to a dermatologist is one.

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  75. I miss her on running man she was adorable.

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  76. Tiffany naturally light skinned, but she just got tan when she was a teenager.

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  77. Vitamin C is actually good for the skin so please go out into the sunshine.

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  78. Sorry, but who's Kevin? He must of worn a lot of foundation and concealer to cover a breakout.

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  79. And after that, those fangirls will shield them and say oppars are natural and the reason they like them because of their personalities.. xD

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  80. they frequently visit dermatologists and maintain a good skincare routine I guess. Some of my favorite groups endorse bb cream among other stuff, and I tried it and ever since have developed an addiction to asian skincare products..

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  81. Koreans may practice sun avoidance a little in the extreme but if you go outside during the day it's pretty hard to completely avoid the sun.

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  82. They're celebrities, paid to look perfect. They're going to be doing some expensive shit to have perfect skin with the stress they have.

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  83. Yes, especially if you're asian and born with short straight eyelashes.

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  84. I use American BB Cream that doesn't have the skin lighteners and has a 15 SPF as opposed to a 30 or 50 like a lot of Korean BB creams. I use it because it's light weight. I never liked traditional foundation.

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  85. Almost all idols do it, it's just Tiffany did a lot.

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  86. she used to tan. Couple that with BB creams that may have a whitening agent and thus she is lighter.

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  87. When I was younger people used to tell me I had pretty skin. It went downhill really fast after a certain age. Smoking, failure to moisturize, sun exposure, have taken their toll. I think probably the smoking damaged my skin the most.

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  88. I think the way their skincare is formulated makes it possible for it to be layered. I'm not too sure if you could do the same with western products. My routine consists of 4-5 steps at best, a lot of people use masks/physical exfoliants a few times a week as well so that might be why things can add up. I do know people who spend like an hour for their skincare routine though.

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  89. It's funny. My dad's mother was part Native American yet I got my long eyelashes from him not my mother. They are straight, I've used an eyelash curler all my life but they are really long. My son got the long eyelashes like me but my daughter ended up with the shorter lashes. She did get the hazel color though to make up for it.

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  90. Sun protection everyday with broad spectrum products. For maintenance vitamin c and retinol. And AHAs, I prefer glycolic acid cleansers (12%). You also need to eat well, hydrate, sweat regularly, sleep well.

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  91. Nana is pretty. But she need to stick modelling, left variety shows to Lizzy.

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  92. It's less expensive to visit a dermatologist in Korea. I believe I read that it's about 10 or 20 USD to get a mole removed. Here it will cost you a visit fee or copay along with it being about $100 a mole. If you've got a lot of moles that can add up. My sister saw a dermatologist for years. She took tetracycline which was the antibiotic treatment for it back then along with using very strong prescription topical treatments. I think the science has advanced some since then but it can be expensive.

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  93. sadly, you also have to be lucky to be born with at least good skin... if you born very sensitive type like me... it's going to be difficult even with the most expensive treatments..... those expensive treatments even most of them do not cater to sensitive type.. they rather call us as contraindication meaning it's better not to do it.. but let the skin heal by itself... I basically trying all the famous Korean BB cream and all of them made my skin even redder, even sensitive and even worse in general... only one finally work for me... had to go to trial and error everytime .... sigh..

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  94. My friend, her idol endorses a new brand. She tried some product because of her idol. And now she got break out.

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  95. My daughter had a short term case of acne and sensitive skin. She was using Proactive and couldn't use the regular moisturizer. She could use the green tea moisturizer. I think she had a sensitivity to the sunscreen. A lot of people are sensitive to it.

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  96. Their key work is avoid the sun and hydrated their skins

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  97. thats the sad part. This is why idols feel the need to constantly get plastic surgery and put on makeup because they know that if they look good it will sell.

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  98. Then you have cases like Kyuhyun when you are really secure that people is there because of his voice.

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  99. I regret not moisturizing every time I look in the mirror. I didn't have dry skin so for years I went around bare faced. No moisturizer or foundation. I never liked the way it felt on my face. I used to get an oily nose about midway through the day so I thought I didn't need moisturizer. Then all of sudden one day my skin was dry, now there isn't enough moisture in the left in the world to get back what I lost.

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  100. she is so cute xD she was like "i have no double eyelids... ah no there are. i had it done" lol

    anw she also said she had it in one eye n the others r not clear so she had to have surgery. I think the rest of her face is natural :D still pretty

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  101. I had the same problem last winner. And i also got break out too. But the most thing i reget is i not avoid the sun well

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  102. damn netz, you can praise her without putting other's down. toxic frame of mind.

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  103. I think smoking damaged my skin even more because I was never a "tanner". I've been in the sun of course and I've even had a tan occasionally but being a smoker will ruin your skin. Not just on your face but neck, chest, hands and arms.

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  104. kevin from ukiss is the only kpop kevin i know

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  105. I don't like foundation either, it usually clogs my pores and causes breakouts. Most korean bb creams claim to "whiten"/brighten up your skin but those whitening agents are mostly things you find in every sunscreen (titanium dioxide, zinc oxide) and arbutin in concentrations so low it won't be effective - I haven't gotten lighter in the past 3 years using korean bb creams only. There are however, "real" skin lightening procedures offered by derm clinics in Korea and I heard that real skin lightening stuff needs prescription.

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  106. A girl who can laugh and make fun of herself is pretty.

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  107. I'm sorry to hear that. Maybe she was allergic to an ingredient in the product? :/ Do you know the product by any chance?

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  108. well when I am stressed, upset, or just having a bad day, I listen to any song of his and it immediately relaxes me. My favorite is Listen To You. To me his voice is magical, and I would definitely take him with or without double eyelids. but then again I am completely biased and in my crazy mind he is my baby (even though he is two years older than me)

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  109. What kind of problems do you have?

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  110. Her idol is L. He endorses Shara shara.

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  111. keep in mind that they probably also go to the dermatologist a lot too, which balances out their poor sleep habits. for us peasants:
    - sleep
    -good diet
    -water
    -sunscreen
    :)

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  112. Omg lizzy looks so different. But shes still so cute. Damn.

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  113. My best friend also has super sensitive skin and has a lot of allergies and her skin reacts to most products. Although bb cream is often marketed as a product beneficial for skincare, I'd say it's really more of makeup product. It also sounds like the natural barriers of your skin are damaged. May I know what your usual skincare routine looks like, if you have one?

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  114. One of the things I read is to use a product with retinol which is a chemical exfoliant.

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  115. I think ordinary Korean women take pretty good care of their skin as well. It's a bit of a lifestyle choice.

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  116. Women in the US have used lighteners for years as well. There are products marketed to black women too, such as Ambi. Not necessarily to lighten their overall skin but because they often have a problem with dark spots from either sun exposure or mild scaring from breakouts. Over the counter skin lighteners can help somewhat with regular usage. They won't turn you into Michael Jackson but they can reduce discolorations from scaring and sun exposure.

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  117. I know what you mean, I have sensitive skin too. I think people have a misconception though that all idols have perfect skin. The ones that do obviously would go through a shit ton of effort for it, but there are countless pictures of when top idols now were teenagers, and they had some bad acne. It's the make up that makes it look like they have perfect skin.

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  118. She's really great a variety. When is AS going to comeback though? :|

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  119. now, it doesn't flare up anymore... back when I was in college, every winter ( I went to school in US) , i always got the like of urticaria... in every part of my body.. including the freaking face...


    now.. as I am getting older.. I learn a lot how to avoid the allergy agents and that's why I almost always have to do trial and error every time I want to buy a new product.... I don't go to dermatologist unless it's very bad... because most of dermatologist's product (at least for me maybe) made me kinda addictive... meaning once I stop it, it flares up right away...


    the reason why I love Kpop is actually these stuffs... LOL.. the beauty and exercise part is the one that draws me in at first... (it's so stupid but I learn so much from drama, variety, etc about how they take care of their skin blah blah blah) then the fashion (in dramas and stuff)... it's not really about the music anymore hahaha

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  120. I do love lizzy lol
    I love watching her goof around aha

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  121. Yas at Lizzy getting some appreciation! She's such a sweetie. Never forget this incident where she is talking about her ideal man:

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  122. Even basic eye make up like just putting on eye liner and khol plays a huge part. It brings out a sizable change. If i dont put on those..people ask me if im unwell. Lol.
    Lizzy looks gr8 sans make up.

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  123. true... but then again, you have to at least have good skin for the make up to do its job...
    I know there's countless videos on youtube how to cover redness, acne breakouts etc but still it's on videos... if you see the person....it will still be different (the outlook) from say, someone who has clear skin...


    the sad thing is that it's a cycle.... as we have breakouts, we try to cover it with make up products which make the pores even more clogged... it definitely do not do a positive things at all for it to heals.


    I look at my daily routine and I do realize eating well and sleep enough have a very big effect on my skin overall..
    but those idols (as I noted) do not even have sleep as they probably need, and as for as eating... since they have to maintain their weight.. i'm pretty sure not as nutritious as one would expect.... but they still have an average good skin... it MOTIVATES me though... so I have no complaints.. hahaha

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  124. yeah each product is usually much lighter-feeling than what you get in the west. Like their sunscreens are really light and can easily form a makeup base but don't feel like they clog my skin (dry).


    I guess individual routines can differ but I don't take that long for my skin routine, maybe 10 minutes or so from cleansing to moisturising. Unless I am using a face mask and waiting for it to dry, that takes time (I use homemade ones, works just as well as the Korean ones and less expensive too)

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  125. wait i thought sunshine is vitamin d
    and sunshine during 7-9 is good but after 10 is quite bad, well it depends in where you live i think lol

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  126. you mean vitamin d? you can't get vitamin c from the sun, but from fruits

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  127. Hahaha hahaha. You mean Vitamin D? But unless you are avoiding sun on the extreme cases, it's enough. (normally our liver does generate own vitamin d too)

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  128. 6. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?


    It's not that Pledis is keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy, it's that Nana was the one the public was so obsessed with for such a long time so Pledis simply gave you all what you wanted. You shows little interest in Lizzy so they didn't shove her down your throat. I hate when people try to make companies look like bad guys for promoting their most popular acts.

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  129. Controlling urticaria is so hard and while it's mostly caused by immunological mechanisms it really can be so much other stuff as well (stress, fungal infection of the intestines etc) which is why it's so hard to treat :( I'm glad it doesn't flare up as much anymore though

    my best friend has also learned through trial and error which ingredients her skin can tolerate. there's COSDNA, which has the complete ingredient list of lots of asian skincare and makeup products, if you already know what ingredient you're sensitive to you can check for them in a product you plan on buying - you can also test-patch (my friend usually tests products behind her ears for about two weeks to see if she react to it). Also, you can buy sample packets instead of full-size products, if the product didn't work out at least you didn't spend a fortune on it. I don't know if you're still in the US, but since appointments at the derm are so expensive there, pocketderm is a good alternative.

    my derm was never really helpful at all and my skin only started to clear up when I decided for myself that I need oral antibiotics + start using asian skincare products. they are much more gentle than the western skincare products I tried. I don't use any kind of medication anymore but I maintain a good skincare routine and my skin has cleared up.so.much. my parents thank kpop for getting me into skincare lol. I hope you find more stuff that works out for you! good luck!

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  130. sunscreens, especially japanese ones, are a gift from god! so cosmetically elegant and they don't feel greasy at all. I love it.

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  131. yeah I did that when I was young but I became more careful after turning 20, started using SPF etc. Maybe there is damage but I hope to prevent it from showing too badly, my skin is still decent enough that people think I am five years younger than my real age.

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  132. I like Lizzy since RM and 'All my love' sitcome, she is so cute

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  133. no...
    i think it's right sentence "no-makeup makeup" like you look soooooooooooo bare (looks like without makeup) but actually had lipbalm, and moisturizer and a lil bit brow shadow.

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  134. the answer is: skincare doctor

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  135. yeah it's thanks to the Japanese and Korean sunscreens that I use proper sunscreens now.


    They are worth the trouble of finding them, they don't get greasy, they don't sting and they sink right into the skin - gift from god indeed!

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  136. I love the fact that she put in a lot of effort and energy when she was in the show but I think she looked a little forced because she had to be bubbly and smile all the time. It is hard for all variety rookies though, so kudos to her for simply trying.

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  137. But no one says that lol, everyone says natural. Like if you want to get makeup done by a makeup artist you'll tell to go for a more "natural look"

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  138. If you look on Youtube, there's a lot of tutorial videos on 'no makeup makeup' though. But yeah, it's basically just the same thing as natural makeup, just more minimal and makes everyone think you're not wearing makeup lol.

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  139. not just idol but artist in indonesia too using whitening injection for whitening their skin.
    if it's in korea, then it's okay because korea is not as sunny as indonesia.
    but indonesia is tropical country.
    you need lots of melanin to protect your skin from UV which can cause cancer.
    well... i think they aren't proud being themself

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  140. THISSSS!!!
    Somebody please sticky this statement so everybody realize the truth about skincare product..👏👏👏👏

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  141. nah...
    you should watch jung sae mol interview with eat your kimchi...
    she personally said that type pf make up said "no-makeup makeup" something that artist usually request for airport makeup so they still look pretty

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  142. IJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

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  143. I NEED MORE LIZZY for real

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  144. nah, ppl use "no makeup makeup" all the time on YouTube tutorials.

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  145. Why are they so shy/embarrassed of showing their bare face? Even the guys are like that.

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  146. oh forgot to U-Kiss. lol. Yeah. It was so cake but still saw the acne. HD photos are nightmare to idols i guess. lol.

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  147. people on nb always need to nitpick on something

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  148. that is the real her? that's totally no make up for me.LOL
    those celebrity who some people said looks natural and no make up. I don't buy it. well, there is make up for "natural look". They are still wearing it.

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  149. i also kind of have a bad experience with that brand. my cousin went to korea and when she came back, she gave me some skincare products that she bought from that brand, and the products felt and smelt really chemical-y/artificial? i used their facial cream a few times, and i started getting tiny bumps on my face. it could just be that it wasn't compatible with my skin, but i've never really gotten breakouts from products before besides this one. nevertheless, i use products from other korean brands all the time and they were great~

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  150. Even if some idols get skin whitening, most of the time it is because that is the standard for idols. Think about the shit that naturally tan idols go through because of their skin tone.

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  151. poor them...
    it's remind me of beyonce's song pretty hurts.

    "perfection is the disease of the nation~"

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  152. the key word is serum. Koreans use serum, which are basically unknown in western countries. They also use toners, pre-serum creams, post-serum creams, but since they can use up to four serums, that's what really adds up I guess..

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  153. Shes actually not bad for a bare face

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  154. Jenizz | pinkcrownNovember 9, 2014 at 4:02 AM

    She's lovely, no need to be ashamed.

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  155. 3. [+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up. Anyone can look like Minah if you're good at make up.

    ...I really need to learn to use make up... *finally discovered the holy secret to beauty*

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  156. And I thought she would be a permanent cast :(

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  157. "[+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up."

    Misogynistic much?

    Let me guess, early 20s, no job, addicted to online gaming, a face full of pimples thanks to eating junk food 24/7, virgin, never had a girlfriend. *spits on floor* piece of shit

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  158. I swear proactiv GAVE me acne.

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  159. she looks really pretty with no make up

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  160. Wow her eyes. lmfao I thought she also had more western looking eyes like Nana. She should wear less makeup on her eyes, she looks cuter with her natural eyes.

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  161. No makeup makeup is to look completely bare but still good with less makeup, for example only doing your brows a little, using concealer and bb/cc... Natural makeup is wearing a ton of shit but managing to make it look like it's just a tiny bit of makeup. So there's a little difference there

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  162. Lizzy is Hot!


    That is all!

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  163. It stopped working for her but by then she didn't need it anymore. Back when I was married my brother in law had that really bad acne, the kind that gives you huge painful knots and leaves terrible scars. He used to wash his face with something so strong that it would bleach the color out his towels.

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  164. We have them here too but I think most of them are marketed to older women. I think science has pretty much proven that a lot of this stuff doesn't really work. Especially if the damage has already been done.

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  165. Really? No makeup means just BBcream? So, I'm just no makeup every day ( -_- )》

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  166. I think nana is so entertaining

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  167. Yeah but it's also hard when you live in a altitude that you won't get enought D-vitamin from sun in summer or winter.. Well we add it to milk and stuff..

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  168. thanks so much for the thoughtful advice..
    no.. I went back home lol... no longer in US... I left 2 years ago and I left my english there too... hence, my broken english haha.... but yeah, urticaria is quite annoying I had to take steroid medications... which made me bloated... and have many other side effects sigh...

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  169. My favourite orange caramel member lol.
    She doesn't look bad without makeup actually

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  170. Nah. Everyone says that.

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  171. she is actually permanent cast for RM, that why when RM cast win award they will mentioning her and SJK

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  172. I'm a makeup artist and there is a difference between natural and no-makeup makeup. Fried Chicken explained it best.

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  173. Couldn't have explained it better myself. haha natural makeup is actually a lot! haha

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  174. I meant D. But C is also really good for the skin. A serum and vitamin pills go a long way.

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  175. I had horrible skin growing up until I got tested and found out I have an incredible amount of food intolerances. Cut out the stuff my body can't digest and miraculously got great skin. ><


    Food isn't always the sole answer, sometimes people use products they don't realize hurt them than do good.

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  176. I think I'd have a problem living somewhere the sun doesn't shine much. I get a mild case of seasonal effective disorder late in the winter if it stays gloomy all season. Good thing is I live in a place where the winters are usually pretty mild. I'd love to retire somewhere that never gets cold.

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  177. 6. [+409, -22] I wonder why Pledis keeps promoting Nana instead of Lizzy?

    Did you really just ask that question? And that "A woman is 90% makeup..."
    comment -facedesk-

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  178. Right D:! Must be their diets are different.

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  179. She wasn't a permanent cast, just a long-term cast member. You can check on Wiki

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  180. You should watch some skincare routine videos of Korean youtube gurus ~ Soyoung's Beautys Room and meejmuse are the best so far, they helped me a lot and their skin is awesome !

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  181. she was good but i think they started editing her out more towards the end. i remember the last episode she was on, maybe she was too good at catching people, because she caught song ji hyo and ji hyo was so traumatized she cried and asked to join jong kook's chasing team. that scene when she caught ji hyo was strange because it wasn't shown normal through video but screen shots. it would be interesting to ave her and song joong ki back on running man. i think joong ki did better towards the end of his stint, like his character changed. does anyone have updates on joong ki in the army?

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  182. variety is very hard. looking at kwang soo after so many years on running man you can see how much effort he puts into making people laugh and figuring out ways to make things more interesting even if he loses the games.

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  183. 3. [+3,332, -185] A woman is 90% made up of make up. Anyone can look like Minah if you're good at make up.


    Well, that's why I don't really have confidence without it.. But Lizzy looks so pretty without make up

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  186. Lizzy is pretty either way

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  187. It's funny because everyone hated on Lizzy for being loud, obnoxious and arrogant when she was the trend, which Nana is actually hated for now lol

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  188. Wow, I didn't recognize her at first. I want a makeup artist like that.

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  189. can you tell me what brands you use?? please and thank you :)

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  190. She looks like taeyeon without makeup

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  191. lol okay I don't look up make up tutorial I just say natural look, but I learned something new today. So now can everyone stop replying to tell me the same thing. Thanks. I got the point :)

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