Chinese New Year With Kowayo
We recently met with our friends at Kowayo to ask about the upcoming trends they have seen these few years during the Chinese New Year period. As always, many go to the salon to beautify themselves. Try a new hairstyle, manicure, pedicure or even facials. A kind of ‘New Year New Me’ that is accompanied by the buying of new clothes. In recent years, the trends have included aesthetic enhancements, which help correct or beautify one’s aesthetic features.
The use of technology has seen an exponential growth as most people now own a computer or smartphone. With these devices, applications are created that engage the audience and capture their attention. Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Twitter are fine examples of content creation and consumption. These applications allow people from different country to learn about other cultures or behaviour. An excellent example of it is learning fashion trends from different countries of the world, leading to the adoption of said trend.
In Korea and America, Aesthetic Enhancements are popular among young and old adults as the countries are open and acceptable to it. Advertisements are placed openly with some treatments being gifted as a birthday present once the child reaches a legal age. It is also commonly advocated by celebrities who want to look a certain way. Alternatively, aesthetic treatments are also popular because of the celebrities, where the fans want to look similar to them. The rise of social media has exposed many people to celebrities and influencers, leading to them developing a mindset of what aspects of the face or body contributes to looking good.
Kowayo has identified this trend for the last few years and has decided to combine a few of their popular treatments for this coming Chinese New Year. Fillers are popular in Singapore as they help to reshape the deficient areas of the face. Fillers can be used on the chin, nose and cheek to enhance them. It can help to add volume to the cheek, sharpen the chin, and even achieve the high nose bridge that many people desire. Hyaluronic Acid fillers are used, they are biocompatible and can be reversed, which is why they are widely used due to their safe nature.
Another treatment used is the Non-Surgical Jaw Slimming. This treatment relaxes the jaw, which will make it look slimmer and sharper. Bulky jaws are caused by teeth grinding which this treatment stops too. Both treatments used are non-invasive and have minimal downtimes. Under the skilled hands of Dr Wong, he can enhance the aesthetic features proficiently and recommend the appropriate treatments if needed. For more information, you can contact Kowayo at 6884 4280. Happy Chinese New Year from the Singapore Beauty Secrets Team!