This look is created with green eyeshadow on the lid, and brown eyeshadow halfway up to the browbone, and then blended to create a softer, more natural eye. Line your eyes with black eyeliner, and then top it with a thin strip of brightly colored eyeliner. If your eyelids tend to hood a bit at the outer corners, this eyeliner shape is more flattering than a linear cat eye.
When it comes to Asian eye makeup all the rules that you know fly out of the window. Mostly because of that, many women decide to go only with the eyeliner or makeup free. Even though Asian women are known for flawless skin, they like to experiment with eyeshadows.
We turn to our favourite Asian celebrities for inspiration on the best eye makeup looks to brighten those Asian eyes. This traditional Chinese look, although beautiful, can sometimes be difficult to brighten and highlight without splashing on a thick layer of eye make-up. Riding on the looks of some of the most famous female celebrities we have all come to love over the years, we hope this gallery will inspire a change in your makeup routine, or perhaps give you some ideas for a fun night out.
It happens to my mother almost every day -- people are constantly surprised when they find out she's 58 years old. They marvel at her shiny black hair, but mostly her skin. She simply has wonderful and extremely youthful-looking skin.
I remember buying my first palettethinking it would be easy to achieve a sultry smokey eyeonly to end up with a patchy mess that looked like Jackson Pollock threw up all over my eyelids in monochrome. Fully embrace the fact that you have no deep-set crease. Instead, Asian eyes tend to have a fold, which is the area where your eye folds above your eyelashes, and a contour area, which is the area directly under your browbone, above the fold.
A big shout-out to all our Asian beauty lovers out there—believe me when I say I understand how hard it is to find the perfect makeup looks. Want smokey eyes, Korean-style makeup, and bigger and brighter eyes? The diversity of Asian eye shapes call for many kinds of Asian eye makeup tutorials!
I hope this series can help more Asians better understand their eye shape and those who have Asian clients! In this 1 st installment of the Eyeshadow Tutorials for Asian Eyes series, we take a look at where to place eye makeup on the Asian eye. When I first started out, I had no idea where or how to place eyeshadow.
In this ongoing seriesJapanese makeup artist Munemi Imai teaches those of us with almond-shaped and hooded eyelids how to best apply makeup. The trick is to identify how far you can take the shadow on your outer lid before the look becomes overly dramatic and too round. The further out you go, the more Panda-ish it might appear. Step 1: Fill in the eyelid area with an eye-shadow pencil to create a base that will hold onto powder shadow.
Asian women are spoken of as beautiful beings all over the world. And the Asian look is something people definitely work hard to get. The beautiful hair, lovely skin and the almost perfect body structure is something everyone craves for.