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[HanCinema's Event Coverage] KCON New York 2016 Beauty Booths + 3 Beauty Giveaways

2016/07/09 | 1192 views | Permalink

KCON New York 2016 presented by Toyota featured over ninety booths in the outdoor convention, and many of them were beauty booths. HanCinema stopped by the booths to chat with the businesses that bring Korean beauty products and skin care to New York and the rest of the world outside beauty-forward South Korea. Let's take a look a four amazing companies that set up booths at the Prudential Center June 24 and June 25 for KCON New York 2016! Don't forget to check out the instructions at the bottom of the article to enter our giveaway. Three mystery beauty gift bags are up for grabs this go 'round!

SOKO GLAM

The Soko Glam booth was alive with activity as KCONners gathered round to play games and win prizes, talk with the beauty experts, and peruse the hottest summer merchandise. Soko Glam is an online store founded in 2012 by husband and wife pair Charlotte and David Cho. The New York-based company endeavors to bring the best of Korean beauty products to the world outside Korea and is a hot name in Korean beauty. Charlotte Cho held two work shops each day of KCON New York 2016 as well as a video interview with Fuse on the hottest skin care products.

MASKSHEETS

MASKSHEETS is an online store that specializes in bringing the most popular of Korean beauty to you, the face mask, as well as other skin care. People have different skin types and MASKSHEETS offers the best Korean skin care for all skin types. Their blog features different items and educates Korean beauty fans with humorous prose and the information needed to make educated purchases for your skincare needs. Talented actor Park Bo-gum ("Moonlight Drawn by Clouds"",Answer Me 1988", "Tomorrow's Cantabile", "Remember You") is a spokesmodel for the store.

E NATURE

E Nature is a beauty brand within Seoul-based company Hanbul, Value Creator for Human Beauty. It offers natural cosmetics that are friendly to your skin and friendly to the earth we share from the product itself to the lovely packaging. Their website talks science and nature, with information derived from twenty-seven years of research. Eco-conscious Korean beauty lovers will most definitely enjoy this brand of Korean skin care.

THEFACESHOP

Seoul-based Korean beauty brand THEFACESHOP has been around since 2003 and providing high-quality skin care, beauty products, and bath products to the the international market since 2004. HanCinema visited the shop in Myeongdong during the Korea Joa trip with KOFICE in October of 2015 and was lucky to visit the booth at KCON New York 2016. Kim Soo-hyun ("Real", "Producers", "My Love from the Star") is a spokesmodel for the brand. Not only can THEFACESHOP products be found online and in their stores, but Walgeens now carries their brand, showing how popular Korean beauty has become.

Contuining last week's giveaways, we have more amazing beauty products from MustaeV, Blossom Jeju, The Face Shop, Duft & Doft, and E Nature. We will be having two more giveaways and six opportunities to win over the next two weeks. This secondgiveaway is comprised of three goody bags that will be made up of mystery pairing of the products in the pictures. Please follow the directions below to enter and win!

Written by: Lisa Espinosa AKA Raine from 'Raine's Dichotomy'

 

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