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Glass Skin vs. the Cloud Skin: Which One Suits You?

Glass Skin vs. the Cloud Skin

Two skincare trends that have taken the beauty industry by storm are the Glass Skin Trend and the Cloud Skin Trend. While both aim for flawless, radiant skin, one might work for you better than the other, depending on your skincare and aesthetic goals.

Glass Skin: A Crystal Clear Definition

The Glass Skin Trend, originating from South Korea, centres around achieving a complexion so luminous and transparent that it appears as smooth as glass. This trend emphasises hydration, glow, and a dewy finish. The key steps include:
Glass Skin vs. the Cloud Skin

Double Cleansing: Thoroughly remove impurities and makeup to create a clean canvas. Skin will be ready for the absorption of the active ingredients.

Exfoliation: Gently slough off dead skin cells for a smoother texture, I recommend an acid exfoliator. Try LumiPeel by Valmont and Peptide Glyco Cleanser by Dermaquest

Hydration: Layering lightweight, hydrating products like super plumping toners, essences, and serums.

My absolute must-haves include B5 hyaluronic acid serum by Dermaquest, Primary Veil by Valmont

Moisturising: Applying a rich nourishing moisturiser to lock in hydration. If your skin feels particularly dry look for a a cream with lots of humectants to lock in extra moisture.

Sun Protection: Protect your skin with SPF 30 -50, which shields the skin from harmful UV rays to prevent premature ageing.

Makeup (Optional): If desired, use light, dewy makeup products to enhance the glassy effect.

Cloud Skin: A Dreamy Aura The Cloud Skin Trend, on the other hand, evokes an ethereal, soft-focus radiance reminiscent of clouds. This trend prioritises a matte yet luminous finish with a focus on texture and pore refinement. This is perfect if you don't like having oily skin.
Glass Skin vs. the Cloud Skin

The primary steps include:

Cleansing: Start with a gentle cleanser to remove impurities.

Exfoliation: Use chemical exfoliants to refine skin texture and reduce pore visibility. Mattifying Products: Apply lightweight, oil-free moisturisers and serums to control excess oil.

Pore-Minimizing Primers: Use primers with blurring effects to create a smooth canvas. Soft-Matte Makeup: Opt for matte-finish makeup products to maintain the cloud-like effect.

The decision between the Glass Skin Trend and the Cloud Skin Trend ultimately depends on your skin type, texture preference, and lifestyle. If you lean towards dry or combination skin and crave a radiant, dewy complexion, the Glass Skin Trend may be your perfect match. On the other hand, if you have oily or combination skin and prefer a refined, matte texture, the Cloud Skin Trend might be your go-to.

As always, I recommend incorporating skin treatments such as Valmont Luminosity of Ice Facial and Bespoke Resurfacing treatment to keep skin even-toned, healthy and glowing, which will enhance both Glass Skin vs. the Cloud Skin skincare looks.

Your skin expert, Olya

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