BLOGGER SPOTLIGHT: INFIRM OF PURPOSE 

 

 

STYLE STORY is rounding up our favourite Aussie bloggers to talk through the Korean Beauty products they love and how their skincare routines have been inspired by the latest Korean skincare trends!

 

We’ve previously spoken with Yads from Clean Beauty Talk, Dani Smith from Dani the Girl Xo, Nurul from Mask Mix Beauty and Rosalind from Rosalind Blogs

 

This week we’re speaking to blogger Matt from Infirm of Purpose.

 

 

HOW DID YOU DISCOVER KOREAN BEAUTY?

“Definitely through YouTube, there were so many YouTubers starting to work in Korean skincare and naturally I wanted to try it too!”

 

WHAT’S YOUR SKIN TYPE AND CONCERNS?

“I’m dry/combo and I want to keep my skin youthful and clear so anti-aging and pigmentation products are what I look out for.”

 

WHAT IS THE FIRST K-BEAUTY PRODUCT OR BRAND YOU EVER TRIED?

“I tried Innisfree and Tony Moly first, I think it was the Green Tea Seed Serum and peach cleanser. Both still winners in my book!”

 

WHAT ARE YOUR TOP 3 KOREAN BEAUTY PRODUCTS AND WHY?

Mizon All in One Snail Cream and serum are beautiful, Innisfree Green Tea Seed Oil leaves such a beautiful level of hydration on my skin and the Benton Fermentation Essence is a great product for those wanting to ease into essences.

I also love Korean blushes; Etude House do a nice range.”

 

WHAT’S THE STRANGEST KOREAN INGREDIENT YOU’VE EVER TRIED?

“Snail mucus haha. Sounds awful but is so hydrating.”

 

WHAT’S ONE THING K-BEAUTY HAS TAUGHT YOU AND HOW HAVE YOU INCORPORATED IT INTO YOUR ROUTINE?

“Layering is definitely the way to go. It just means I get to spend more on skincare (which isn’t proving great for my wallet).”

 

IF YOU COULD GIFT ONE K-BEAUTY PRODUCT TO YOUR BFF FOR CHRISTMAS WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY?

“The Soroci Morning Drizzle Water Drop Cream. It’s such a lovely, versatile product that anyone can work into their routine.”

 

 

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Infirm of Purpose is a fashion and lifestyle blog curated from the desk of Brisbane-based editor Matt Huxley. Guaranteed to inspire, delight and thrill, Infirm of Purpose is a go-to for style and entertainment.