Jamsu technique – The Korean beauty hack that we all need to know about

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People who deal with an oily skin know that it’s a task to make their make-up stay on for long hours. There are some techniques that can help for sure. But at times, these techniques don’t yield the desired results. How about learning a simple beauty hack that can save you from the struggle?

A Korean hack

You must have heard about how Korean beauty has been taking over, right? Well, this hack is also based on Korean skincare. It might sound crazy to you but it has been one of the most trusted skincare tips that deliver great results. We’re talking about the ‘Jamsu technique’.

What is Jamsu technique?
This technique is roughly translated into ‘diving’. It’s has gained quite some popularity as a Korean hack that is perfect for the humid weather. It not only makes your make-up stay longer but also gives it a matte effect without letting your skin feel dry. It is really good for days when the heat rises up. Considering India has humid weather for many months, this Korean technique comes as a saviour!

Try it out!

All you have to do is dunk your face in a bowl of ice water, wait for 10-15 seconds and then gently pat it dry with a towl. The only catch here is that you have to dunk your face into the water after applying make-up.

Things to remember

You need to make sure that your face is properly moisturised before you apply your foundation and concealer. Blend it all well with a beauty blender and then set your face with a powder using a fluffy brush. Once your base make-up is all set, it’s time to use the Jamsu technique.

Take a large bowl, fill it with ice water and dip your face in it. You need to make sure that your hair doesn’t come in the way and get wet, so tie it up. You also need to make sure you don’t dip your face in this cold water for more than 15 seconds. The skin will keep drying beyond your control. So if you already have dry skin and still wish to try this technique, remember to not keep your face dunked in ice water for more than the recommended time. The drier your skin type, the lesser should be the amount of time you immerse your face in the water.

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