Most of the eye makeup tutorials found on the internet are for people in the West but one size (in case, tutorial) cannot fit all. If you have Asian eyes, tutorials, and instructions designed for eye shapes of the West will not help you.
You ought to look for Asian eye makeup tutorials and guides to help you learn what looks the best on you.
Products To Invest In For Asian Eye Makeup
Scouts, if you have just delved into the field of makeup then why not try your hand at the traditional eye makeup looks of the Asian community? But if you feel confident in your skills then don’t limit yourself to the conventional eye makeup looks! What are the products that you should be spending on?
- Eye primer
- Eyeshadow palette (of your choice)
- Eyebrow filler
All our newbies should concentrate on trying out nude or warm colors before moving on to any loud daring eyeshadow colors. Even as a beginner, we would suggest that you invest in a good brand when choosing an eyeshadow palette.
Worthwhile Asian Eye Makeup Ideas
Before we get into the whys and hows of the ideas for makeup, there is one hack that we would like to leave you with. For any eye makeup to be successful, you should always use an eye primer. The primer is the key component to keeping your makeup intact all day long.
Asian Eye Makeup- Ombré It Up
Due to the structure of lids of Asian women, many of them like to create dimension to it. They used to draw on harsh defined lines to give the illusion of hooded but it was a little over the top. This year we invite you to try to create an ombré effect.
- The first step is to apply the primer all over your lids.
- choose a warm brown eyeshadow color and apply it to your lid. Make sure to circle it tracing the outer edge of your lid.
- Above it, apply a light shade, maybe nude, and blend the two of them artfully. With this, you now have gorgeous hooded eyes.
Asian Eye Makeup- Smokey Eyes
Popular Asian eye makeup looks surely include smokey eyes because let’s be honest, Asians tend to rock that!
- Apply primer of nude color or your skin tone.
- The transitional color should be a shade darker than the primer and goes above your eye socket in a V shape, with the point being parallel to the corner of your eyes.
- Right above that same point of V, apply a dark eye shadow to the corner of your eyes.
- Choose a much darker color and build it up outside of the above layer. Blend well to create seamless depth to your look.
- It is optional at this point to use shimmery colors on the inner corners of your eyes.
- Follow all the above steps in the same manner on your lower lash line but a much smaller scale.
- Finish the look with liquid liner applied close to the lash line and volumizing mascara on your lashes.