Asian eyes are unique in their beauty, and make up application requires a little more attention and practice. Make up that looks good on Caucasian eyes will not necessarily look good on Asian eyes. Whether you have Asian eyes yourself or you are a make up artist with an Asian client, you want to bring out the best in those gorgeous eyes. Below are some tips and tricks in order to make those beautiful Asian eyes pop.Rcotc
Asian eyes can be really fun to apply make up on, but this must be done right. First, Asian eyebrows almost always need some attention. Use an eyebrow pencil that is close to your hair color and lightly fill in your brows. Make sure to get a brush with a smudge stick on the end. This helps keep the brows looking natural and not painted on. If you have bald patches in your eyebrows, you should still color in the whole brow rather than just penciling in the bald area. Choose a color slightly lighter than your hair color. Most Asian skin tones look good with light and medium brown eyebrows. Many women make the mistake of using a black pencil on their brows, which authentic mink lashes with most Asian complexions. Another option is to use special eyebrow shadow. This creates a more natural and gentle look, and is more user friendly than a pencil. You can also play around with both and see what works for you.
Many Asian women try to make their eyes look bigger and more Caucasian looking. This could be extremely time consuming and not at all necessary in order to make their eyes attractive. Rather than trying to change what you have, try putting your efforts more into enhancing it. Rather than making your eyes look artificially wide, accentuating the Asian slant is much more attractive.
Another mistake many Asian women make is using too much eyeshadow. This actually makes the eye look smaller. To enhance the eye area and open it up, use brown and gold tones on your eyes. Just a small amount of eyeshadow is enough to enhance the already beautiful Asian eye. You can also use several different colors within the same family. Apply a base color to the entire eyelid. This will be the lightest of the colors you want to use. Take a darker shade and blend into the first color on the outside of the lid. Make sure to blend well and not leave any lines.
Eyeliner is a very important cosmetic tool for Asian eyes. Asian women can get away with heavy liner, so this is your time to do it up. Use a very sharp pencil and apply it as closely to the authentic mink lashes as possible. The line should get relatively thicker from the inside of the eyelid to the outside. Colors that look best are black and dark brown. You can also apply a thin line on the lower eyelid.
Asian women also tend to have very sparse authentic mink lashes, so investing in a good thickening mascara would be wise. Apply at least two coats on each eye, and one coat on the bottom authentic mink lashes. Using an eyelash curler would help to open up the eye.
To finish off the look, a great lip gloss would do the trick. You don’t need much color on your lips, since all of the attention is going straight to your eyes.
It would be worth it to invest in getting a few of your favorite go to products wholesale. Certain essentials like mascara and black eyeliner will be used often, so you will save time and money by buying these items in bulk.