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This week we are here with Jessica and she is going to teach us how to do black smokey eye makeup for Asian eyes. Asian skin tone can range from very light to very dark. Asian girls tend to have longer eyes and will need a longer lash strip.
Enhancing Asian eyes with makeup, is it really that difficult? We would tell you more, many babes just prefer to not wear eye makeup because it is more likely to spoil the look rather than help complete it. And we really hope that this post will help you learn that Asian eye makeup can be super flattering.
If you have monolid eyes, it means there are no visible crease lines on your eyelids. This unique eye shape is gorgeous and is generally seen in East Asian people. In fact, you just might have more eye technique options than Caucasian eye shapes. We have put together five makeup looks for monolid eyes along with a few hacks that will help you amp up your eye makeup game.
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.
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!
Asian women make some of the worlds most beautiful and attractive females you shall see. Even though they are very modern, most have a tendency of preserving this culture, and this is what makes them unique. They are very much a part of the world fashion industry and have come up with some of the best models and actresses today.
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. My eye makeup efforts were previously limited to eyeliner and mascara and sometimes, just a light dab of ONE eyeshadow color.
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.