Before starting their Gravity in the USA Tour in New York, Day6 stopped by Allure to try out nine things they have never done before. After the filming was finished, members Jae and Young K asked, individually, how I came up with their random activities for the day: making a sheet of tissue; playing air hockey with eye shadow; attachment of plywood patches to a stock photo. Honestly, I brainstormed these at midnight a week before shooting. Half asleep, I wrote out what came to mind and tried to think of unexpected ways for the band to interact with beauty.
Although Day6 can become experimental with its hairstyles – so we don't forget Jae's rat star, Sungjin's buzz and Young K & # 39; s mullet, the quintet is not particularly well known for its beauty alternatives in the way, say, their label mates GOT7 and TWICE are. We rarely see the boys get their hair and makeup done or hear them talk about their skin care routines. So I brought products to them.
Inspired by beauty trends, I filled a bowl with clips from Kitsch to try the barrette stacking trend. It turns out that Jae and Sungjin may just have a future in hair styling. The Xs that they created on the mannequin hair made of bobby pins were kind of chic.
I also took a package with the new Squish Flower Power Acne Patches, which combine the power of fine colors with glitter of rhinestones. Seeing the trust Dowoon and Sungjin had when they thanked them on the face of our comic book character named Alex – while blindfolded – was truly inspiring.
Nail art has been everywhere recently too, so I thought it would be fun for Wonpil and Jae to have their special beauty section of Fix my ride. (I was right, though none of them got this reference.)
You can check out the video above to see how fun the activities turned out as well as on attractYoutube channel.
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