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If like me, even you have been intrigued with the Jamsu makeup technique, that everyone on the social media is raving about, you have come to the right place. Beauty and makeup gurus on Instagram, Youtube, Facebook and everywhere else are going crazy about Jamsu, even though their opinions are divided on whether it works or not.
What is Jamsu?
Jamsu is a makeup technique wherein you do your base makeup with foundation and concealer and then bake your face by applying a good amount of baby powder. Then you dunk your face in cold water for 30 seconds. What this does is give you a photo-finish look that is even, giving you a smooth looking skin that stays for long and won't melt away even after a couple of hours.
How to do Jamsu -- step by step
Here's a video that demonstrates the whole process:
Video source: Youtube/ Denise Lim
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