Credit: Blanc & Eclare
The former Girls Generation member is more than a K-pop singer. She’s starred in a musical, tried her hand at acting and launched her own fashion label Blanc & Eclare in 2014. In 2017, Forbes Magazine put her on its list of Asia’s top 30 under 30. A fixture seen at international fashion weeks, she doesn’t show any signs of stopping.
This can be seen in Blanc & Eclare, which has a wide range of clothes, accessories and skincare products, and is sold in more than 70 stockists worldwide. As the face of her brand, Jung has perfected the girl-next-door vibe, often dressed in trendy clothes but not experimenting too much with her makeup. Still, we all know that an effortless look takes serious work to perfect, so here’s how you can recreate her go-to makeup looks.
Instead of the usual thick cateye, switch things up and opt for a daintier eye look like Jessica did here. We love how she did a thin wing which can only be achieved with a super thin eyeliner like the Highliner Liquid-Gel Eyeliner from Marc Jacobs Beauty, $42.
With nine shades in the collection, you can get creative with different eye looks or go with the classic and iconic black.
To recreate Jessica’s look, start from the middle if your lids and work towards the outer corner to create a thin wing with the eyeliner. We’re staying away from the inner corners of the lids as it’ll ensure the look remains soft and dainty.
Remember to pop your favourite mascara on as a finishing touch to make your baby blues the star of your makeup look.
This isn’t the first time the Girls Generation star was spotted rocking cherry-stained lips, and we love how well this colour suits her skintone (here’s our guide to picking the right pink lipstick for your skintone).
To get that effortless just-bitten effect, opt for a lip tint instead of a lipstick so the pigment blends with the colour of your lips for that natural gradient. Our pick for this look is definitely the Hera Sensual Lip Tint in Exotic Purple, $43.
We all want radiant skin that’s glowy and bright – but sometimes we need a bit of help to achieve that goal. While a brightening and hydrating foundation is a good start, you just can’t forget the important step to acheiving glistening and glowy skin: highlighter.
Here, Jessica is rocking a pink highlighter to add extra oomph to her makeup look and we’re absolutely loving it.
To recreate this look, you’ll need a super blinding highlight that has a pinky touch to it, just like the Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in Wattabrat, $57. It has a cream to powder formula that seamlessly blends into your skin for a pinky glow.
Pop it onto your cheekbones, nose and chin with an angled brush to cop Jessica’s iconic look.
Jessica’s eyebrows are always on fleek, straight and simple while flattering the angles of her face. Get such fabulous brows by getting them in shape first, then filling them in with flicking motions in the direction your hair is growing to create the most realistic-looking hairs with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz, $40.
Don’t fill in your brows with one single stroke of any product, whether you’re using pencil, powder or gel. And to make it look natural, get the perfect shade by using two different tones to fill in your brows.
Available at Sephora.
Unlike red which makes a statement, and pink that can be too girly, peach is a versatile colour that flatters all skin tones and is one of the few bright colours that still looks natural. Choose something that has a more pinkish coral tint over a brown tint, to add more colour to your face and give a young glow.
Jessica’s trick? Dab some gloss in the middle of your bottom lip only so that it looks more plump and voluminous. Try the Too Faced Peach Kiss Moisture Matte Long Wear Lipstick, $32, which sports a sweet pink hue that will make your lips dewy and kissable.
Available at Sephora.
Don’t have naturally full lashes? Don’t worry about it. Get a hardworking mascara that coats every single lash and gives it a slight lift. Just remember to curl your eyelashes before applying mascara.
To really accentuate your eyes, think about adding individual false lashes, such as the Natasha Denona Singles False Eyelashes, $18, along the lower lash-line. With the choice of length and thickness, it can be as natural-looking or dramatic as you want, depending on your mood.
Available at Sephora.
Flawless complexion is basic for k-pop celebrities. What better way to look more radiant than adding a hint of pink on those plump cheeks? Get a healthy-looking flush with a swipe of blush. Layer on this limited-edition NARS Orgasm Blush/Highlighter Duo Mini, $36, to get a gorgeous sun-kissed glow.
To slim a round face, apply blush along your cheekbones and extend the colour out to your temples. If you want to look more perky, add blush a little higher up than the apples of your cheeks, nearer to your cheekbones for a lifted effect.
Available at NARS counters and Sephora.
Orange eyeshadow doesn’t have to be theatrical and dramatic. Start small and smudge the eyeshadow across your upper lash line and blend it across your eyelid. Do like Jessica and pair it with a hint of eyeliner and girly pink lip. Urban Decay’s Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette, $83, with 12 shades of soft mattes and sizzling metallics that pair well with the rustic shade, so you decide if you want a neutral or shimmery finish.
Do like Jessica and pair it with a hint of eyeliner and girly pink lip. Urban Decay’s Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette, $83, with 12 shades of soft mattes and sizzling metallics that pair well with the rustic shade, so you decide if you want a neutral or shimmery finish.
Available at Urban Decay and Sephora.