South Korea’s Latest Beauty Trend Has Women Taping Their Faces

A new beauty trend is making waves in South Korea.

It’s called the “Face Maker Lifting Tape” — a new product from Dodo Label that, basically, lifts your face.

via @soyoung0201 on Instagram

For a box of 20 sheets, 5,700 won ($5) is a quick deal, which explains the legions of women who are not missing the chance for a cheap facelift.

via Dodo Label on Facebook

But of course, men too!

It’s no secret that South Korea is the oasis of plastic surgery, so non-invasive beauty hacks such as Face Maker Lifting Tape are refreshing.

Application is easy — just take a sheet and stick it around your jawline!

Once applied, the sheets can then be covered with makeup to mask their helpful presence, and you’ll hardly know that it’s on your face.

Watch the product do its magic below via My Princess HK:

Featured Image via Instagram / @one_mid_night@youg_min, @sehui0_0, @10yeon04@___hyi,

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