The quest for dewy skin is more than just a trend — it’s an obsession. A trademark characteristic of K-beauty, dewy skin is fresh, plump, moist and healthy. According to one of Korea’s top makeup artists Park Tae Yun, instead of being told they look pretty, Korean women like to be told they look young, and dewy skin is basically like a baby’s. This coveted dewy complexion is something volleyball It girl Felicia Cui has mastered, and we’ve got the deets on how you, too, can get the look.

Just Dew It: Cleanse With a Skin-Loving Micellar Water

Cleansing is the first and most important step in any skincare regimen. Apart from removing dirt, oil and makeup from the surface of your skin, it also eliminates bacteria that can cause skin problems such as acne. To achieve the dewy look, choose a cleanser that does all these without stripping your skin of its natural moisture. Micellar water, which consists of micelles, or tiny oil molecules, cleanses by drawing out dirt and oil without drying the skin.

Felicia uses vitamin-packed Eskinol Naturals Micellar Water Clear with Natural Lemon Extracts, which has C to provide the skin with multiple benefits. It smoothens skin texture, brightens dark spots, boosts skin renewal, moisturizes skin, and defends against pollution. Make it the first step in your dewy skin routine.

Dewy Skin vs. Oily Skin: Brighten, Hydrate, and Minimize Oil

If you want dewy skin, make hyaluronic acid and niacinamide your new best friends. This dewy skin duo is responsible for hydrating and brightening your skin, while keeping oil at bay. draws moisture from the environment to help hydrate skin from within, while treats and regulates sebum production.

Felicia uses POND’S Bright Miracle Serum Burst Cream to give her skin more hydration and a brightening boost. 

Get that Glow-up: Illuminate with a Primer

A luminous base is one of the foundations of dewy skin, which means finding the right primer is crucial to achieving the look. Make sure you choose an illuminating primer that also controls oil and delivers good-for-your-skin ingredients. The right primer can brighten dull skin, make dry skin more luminous, and create dewiness without shine. On top of all these, it should lengthen makeup’s staying power on skin.

Now you know how to get dewy skin like Felicia Cui’s. Share this article to brighten someone’s day — and skin!