All The Lipsticks Seo Yea-Ji Used In It's Okay To Not Be Okay
Buy the exact ones she used in the show!
If you still haven't gotten into the It's Okay To Not Be Okay (or IOTNBO for short) bandwagon just yet, then we can confidently say you're missing out on something so beautifully done, with a theme that strikes a chord, especially during these days of anxiety and uncertainty. Mental health is the central theme of this K-drama, and in it are actors that do a stellar job at portraying unusual but deeply touching characters. But before we spoil it for you, why not go ahead and indulge in a good binge-watch session tonight?
It's no secret that we love analyzing every bit of our favorite shows, and the beauty aspect is one of them. In a recent article, we broke down some of the prettiest beauty trends we've spotted on IOTNBO so far, and we have to say—we're pretty much being all eagle eyes whenever we watch latest episodes, to see what we can cop from the beautiful Seo-Yea-ji, who plays children's book author Ko Moon-young.
And because we want to cop her looks, we've broken down some of the lipsticks she has been using in the earlier episodes of the show. From a fiery red to a flattering nude, scroll ahead to see where you can buy the lippies today! Happy shopping!
Red on fire
Ko Moon-young sits in a restaurant all made up in bombshell-worthy black hair and a striking red lip to match—the kind that definitely turns heads. Wear this lippie when your face is all bare, and watch the glow up happen instantly! According to her makeup artist Maeng, she wears the Rouge Hermes Matte Lipstick in Rouge Casaque.
On the opposite end of the lip color spectrum, Moon-young sported a sexy nude lip in this look where she plays a guest teacher at a mental institution, as well as in one of the first encounters with Moon Gang-tae. Perfectly complementing that voluminous beige dress, makeup artist Maeng paints her lip with the MAC Matte Lipstick in Kinda Sexy, and finishes it off with the NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Get Off.
A Korean staple, glossy lips, especially gradient ones, are a trendy lip look that's flattering no matter what occasion. For Seo Yea-ji's promotional shoot, Maeng chose to layer two liquid lip formulas, a lip oil lip tint, and a water stain, for that subtle effect.
Seo Yea-ji lead photos via Hancinema. You can stream It's Okay to Not Be Okay on Netflix.