P1Harmony on Their Makeup and Skin-Care Routines Before and After Debuting | Interview
Although Soul is seemingly one of the shyest members and keeps to himself for most of the interview, he’s an intense rockstar at heart. He favors P1Harmony’s more aggressive, hard-hitting songs, like their new title song, “Scared.”
Raise your hand if you’d like to see Soul with thick, black kohl or graphic blue liner and long, raven hair, perhaps paired with a studded leather jacket over a ripped-up T-shirt. OK, great; I’m not the only one. For now, we’ll have to appreciate his bob-length ashy-blonde hair.
Other than his nuggets of knowledge about the way P1Harmony reflects their music in their hair and makeup, Jongseob mostly listens throughout the interview. Luckily, the 15-year-old rapper/songwriter did pipe up to share his skin-care routine.
First, Jongseob double-cleanses to remove his makeup, starting with cleansing oil and following up with a foam cleanser. Serum is slathered on next, then moisturizer. When his skin is feeling especially dry, Jongseob layers a gel cream on top as a sleeping mask — a tactic I’d never considered before. Typically, I reach for them in reverse order.
Jongseob’s hair has also been through the wringer since P1Harmony’s debut. Last October, he colored his hair lilac and gradually went darker shades of purple until it was an electric violet hue. Most recently, though, his dye job has been a fiery orange. Next, Jongseob says he wants to try gray with an ash tone.
And this is just the beginning of P1Harmony’s journey through the mystical world of K-pop beauty. This time next year, they’re sure to have experimented with even bolder, brighter, and more eccentric looks. For now, you can check out a teaser for their brand-new music video for “Scared” of their latest EP, Disharmony: Break Out, below.
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