K-Beauty TV series Get It Beauty On The Road (Singapore Edition) is back with a second season, set to premiere on tvN in Asia on 29 October 2019. This new season is helmed by Korean TV personality Kim Jung-min, K-Beauty expert Kim Ki-soo, and local actress Julie Tan, as the three of them join forces to explore the latest beauty trends and products, as well as share their personal tips on beauty and wellness.
Fans of the beauty TV series will be able to look forward to familiar segments such as Get It Do It (make-over session), What’s in Your Bag (revealing of must-have beauty items), Blind Test (providing viewers the most credible product evaluation and ranking), as well as a new segment Get It Solved, where beauty problems are identified and followed up with handy tutorials.
In the first episode, the hosts will be demonstrating the application of living coral makeup to tackle uneven skin tone problems and make one’s skin transform to look bright and glowing with their know-hows and techniques. Kim Jung-min will also share her secrets on how to effortlessly achieve a “no-makeup” makeup look using only a few beauty tools.
The beauty and fitness influencer, who’ve hosted Get It Beauty for several years, adds that while there are many beauty tips that one can learn from, it’s also important to have self-love and confidence within oneself. “Inner beauty is something that I feel is more significant than one’s physical appearance,” she shared during the sit-down interview with HallyuSG.
On this upcoming series, beauty creator Kim Ki-soo will also be giving out helpful pointers on how to choose the right products and apply it correctly without ruining the base makeup. When asked to disclose his best beauty tip, the expert says, “Cleansing is the most fundamental and essential step before you go to sleep as it helps to remove impurities and excess oil on your skin. Using of essence is also important in your daily skincare regime to keep your skin glowing and moisturised.”
To find out more about this season’s Get It Beauty On The Road in Singapore, be sure to tune in every Tuesday, 7pm (GMT+8) on tvN Asia (StarHub TV Ch. 824 & Singtel TV Ch. 518/619) starting 29 October 2019.
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