16 Gorgeous Asian Makeup Tricks to Try ...


16 Gorgeous Asian Makeup Tricks to Try ...
16 Gorgeous Asian Makeup Tricks to Try ...

You readers asked for it and we're delivering, you wanted the top Asian makeup tricks out there and I've come up with all of the tricks you'll need! If you are Asian, you know that Asian makeup tricks are super important, especially for eyes because you might not be working with a lot of eyelid. So, are you ready to see what tips I have in mind for your amazing makeup? Take a look below!

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Circle Lenses

While this isn't exactly an Asian makeup technique, it is a beautifying technique that's beneficial to many Asian women! To really make your eyes pop, wear circle lenses. These are like contact lenses, only they don't necessarily have a prescription and they serve a primary purpose of making your irises appear larger. Also, they allow you to switch up your eye color to really make yourself stand out!


Circle lenses, also known as circle contacts or big eye contacts, have become a popular trend in Asian makeup. These lenses come in a variety of colors and designs, allowing for a more dramatic and eye-catching look. They are larger in diameter than regular contact lenses, giving the illusion of bigger and brighter eyes. Some circle lenses also have a limbal ring, which is a dark outer ring that enhances the appearance of the iris. However, it is important to note that circle lenses should only be purchased from reputable sources and used properly to avoid any potential eye health risks.


Light Eye Shadow on Lid

The very first Asian makeup trick that we're going to talk about is all about the light eye shadow on your lid. You don't need a lot, but use all of your whites and lighter colors on your eyelid. This will really make your eyes pop and will draw more attention to your eyes than you've ever experienced!


Light eye shadow can be used to create a subtle, yet beautiful look. To achieve this look, apply the white or light eye shadow on the entire lid, blending it up into the crease. You can also use a shimmery shadow for a more dramatic look. When applying the eye shadow, make sure to use a light hand and blend well. This will help to create an even and natural look. You can also use a light eye shadow as a base for a more dramatic look by layering on darker shades.


Dark or Medium Eye Shadow along Contour Area

After you've applied your light eye shadow on your lid, you want to go with a dark or medium eye shadow along your contouring area – right above your eyelid, but not into your brow bone. This will really allow your eyes to pop and will give the illusion that you have a lot more lid than you might have!


When applying dark or medium eye shadow along the contour area, use a medium-sized eyeshadow brush to blend the colors together and create a subtle, smokey look. To make your eyes look even more defined, use a darker shade of eye shadow in the outer corner of the eye and blend it into the crease. Finally, use a light-colored highlighter on the brow bone to brighten up the eyes and make them stand out. With these simple tips, your eyes will be looking gorgeous and you will be ready to rock any look you choose!


Reign in Your Eyebrows

It's easy for eyebrows to get out of control. Always make sure your eyebrows are in check before you continue with your makeup. Asian women are known for having smooth, porcelain skin. If you want to try to live up to that expectation, you need to remove unwanted hair from your face. Stray eyebrow hairs disrupt the smoothness and beauty of your skin. Make sure you always have tweezers at the ready when you're doing your makeup, to make your eyebrows and skin appear flawless!


To achieve that neat, groomed look, it's important to find the right shape for your brows that complements your facial structure. Consider visiting a professional to shape them initially, and then maintain them at home. Fill in any sparse areas with a pencil or powder that matches your hair color. Remember, less is more—you're aiming for a natural enhancement. Also, try to resist overtweezing—overly thin brows can age your appearance. For those with lighter brows, a tinted gel can help define them, while keeping the look soft and natural. When you groom your brows properly, it can lift your entire face, giving it a more youthful and vibrant look.


Fill in Your Eyebrows

If you have thin or patchy eyebrows, filling in your eyebrows is the next step! Choose an eyebrow color that matches your hair color best, so you don't look like you've filled in your eyebrows and you create a look of natural, effortless beauty!


Filling in your eyebrows is an essential step in Asian makeup routines, as many Asian women have naturally thin or sparse eyebrows. Choosing an eyebrow color that matches your hair color is crucial in creating a natural and effortless look. It is recommended to use a brow pencil or powder to fill in any gaps or create a fuller shape. Additionally, using a spoolie brush to blend and soften the color will help achieve a more natural finish. Remember to start with light strokes and build up the color gradually for a more natural appearance.


Lighter Shadow under Arch

Now, onto your brow bone! This is where you want to go back to the lighter shade of eye shadow! Metallic white is a great color for your brow bone, just underneath the arch. It'll really draw the color of your eyes out! When you are using any eye shadow on your brow bone, make sure that your eyebrows are in good shape!


Darker Shadow under Inner Brow

If you cover your entire brow bone in lighter shadow, you won't look natural at all. To add depth and sexiness to your eyes, as well as create a more natural effect, apply slightly darker eye shadow to the part of your brow bone closer to your nose.


When it comes to Asian makeup, achieving a natural, yet sexy look is key. To do this, you need to pay special attention to the area around your eyes. One of the best tips for creating an eye-catching look is to use two shades of eye shadow on your brow bone. Start by covering the entire brow bone in a light shadow. This will create a subtle base that will help the darker shadow stand out. Then, take a slightly darker shade of shadow and apply it to the part of your brow bone closest to your nose. This will add depth and sexiness to your eyes, and will help create a more natural effect.

When applying the darker shadow, make sure to use a light hand and blend it in with the lighter shade. You don’t want the darker shadow to be too intense or it will look unnatural. Instead, apply a small amount and use a brush to blend it in. This will help create a seamless look.


White Eyeliner on Waterline

To make your eyes appear extra large, apply white eyeliner to your waterline. This will ensure that you draw out the color and that your eye makeup really looks amazing, no matter what! Your waterline is along the inner rim of your eye; adding eyeliner there might be tricky, but so worth it!


White eyeliner is a great way to make your eyes look bigger and brighter. When applied to your waterline, it can create a dramatic and eye-catching look. The waterline is the area between the inner rim of your eye and your eyelashes. It can be tricky to apply eyeliner to this area, but with a steady hand and a little practice, you can achieve a beautiful look.

When applying white eyeliner to your waterline, start by using a pencil liner. This will help you get used to the technique and make sure you don't make any mistakes. Once you've perfected the technique, you can switch to a liquid liner for a more intense look.

When applying the eyeliner, start at the inner corner of your eye and draw a thin line along your waterline. Make sure to stay close to the lash line and avoid going too far out. You can also add a touch of white liner to the lower lash line to make your eyes look bigger.

To complete your look, make sure to apply a few coats of mascara. This will help to make your eyes look even bigger and brighter. If you want to add a bit more drama, you can also use false eyelashes.


Black Eyeliner on Lash Line

Asian eyes are some of the most beautiful eyes that I've ever seen, no matter the color, the shape is just amazing and oh-so-versatile! If you are really looking to make your eye makeup pop, just add in your eyeliner to your lash line, just beneath the white liner on your waterline. That will draw out your eye color and frame your gorgeous eyes!


Asian eyes are some of the most unique and beautiful eye shapes in the world. With their almond shape and monolid, they can be the perfect canvas for a variety of makeup looks. One trick to really make Asian eyes stand out is to apply black eyeliner to the lash line. This can be done by applying a thin line of eyeliner just beneath the white liner on your waterline. Doing this will help to draw out your eye color and frame your eyes, making them look even more stunning!

To make the most of this trick, it’s best to use a waterproof and smudge-proof eyeliner. This will help ensure that your look stays put all day long! When applying the eyeliner, make sure to use a light hand to ensure that the line is thin and even. You can also use a small eyeliner brush to help you create a precise line.

Adding black eyeliner to your lash line is a great way to enhance the beauty of Asian eyes. Not only will it draw out your eye color, but it will also help to frame your eyes and make them look even more beautiful. With the right technique and products, you can create a look that is sure to turn heads!


Upward Winged Eyeliner

Another great eyeliner trick for Asian ladies is winged eyeliner. Just adding that little tiny upward motion can really make all of the difference in the world and truthfully, it's a beautiful accent to almond-shaped eyes.


Mascara on Top & Bottom Lashes

Now onto your mascara! You want to add it to both your top and your bottom lashes. That way, you'll get the full effect and you'll really make sure that your eyelashes frame those beautiful peepers that you have. I always do this anyway, even though I am not Asian, but it is especially important if you are Asian and have shorter lashes. This technique really opens up your eyes to accentuate your natural beauty.


Contour with Foundation

Contouring gives your face a more chiseled, and I think more elegant shape than just eye makeup and foundation alone. However, using a bronzer and highlighter can make you look too airbrushed. For certain occasions, that may be the desired look, but for every day styles, simply use various shades of foundation for contouring purposes. Use a foundation two shades darker than your natural skin tone for your bronzer, and one two shades lighter for your highlighter. This way, your beauty will be exaggerated in a more natural way.


Contouring is a great way to accentuate your facial features and enhance your beauty. It can be done with a variety of products, including bronzer, highlighter, and foundation. Using foundation for contouring is a great way to achieve a more natural look. To contour your face with foundation, choose a shade two shades darker than your natural skin tone for your bronzer, and one two shades lighter for your highlighter. This will give you a subtle, yet effective look.

When applying the foundation, it is important to blend it well. Start by applying the darker shade of foundation to the hollows of your cheeks, your temples, and your jawline. Then apply the lighter shade of foundation to the areas you want to highlight, such as the bridge of your nose, your forehead, and your cupid's bow. Blend the shades together with a sponge, and make sure to blend it outwards so that there are no harsh lines.

Contouring with foundation can be a great way to enhance your features without looking too airbrushed. It is also a great way to add dimension and depth to your face. To get the best results, make sure to use a foundation that matches your skin tone and blend it well.


Cover with Translucent Powder

After you've applied your three shades of foundation, cover your entire face with a light, translucent powder. This will not only set your makeup, but also even out the tones to make it look even more natural!


Don't Forget Blush!

The bit of makeup you should never forget is your blush! Remember the key to looking beautiful in makeup is to make it look as natural as possible. People's cheeks naturally have a pink blush to them. To exaggerate this beautiful aspect, Asian women should wear pink or coral blushes, blended evenly from the apple of your cheek along your cheek bone.


Luscious Lips

Your lip color is important, too! Make sure you choose a lip color that draws attention to your face, but that doesn't clash with your skin tone. Many Asian women look phenomenal wearing orange-based red lipsticks, but everyone is different. Find out whether you look better with orange or blue undertones, then don a gorgeous lipstick!


Aim for Contrast

Overall, in your makeup you should aim for contrast. If you have dark hair, wear light-colored lenses or vibrant, light eye makeup. However, if you have dyed lighter hair, wear dark circle lenses and aim for a smokier eye.

So girls, these are just a few of the many Asian makeup tricks that we have out there! Which are your favorite makeup tricks?

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Where Thoughts and Opinions Converge

Drawing my eye line is my worse part:$

Im always having trouble with my eyebrows because i don't know how to shape them properly 😔

Circle lenses work pretty well.. can’t live without them

I always draw upward winged with fake lashes to create a bigger eye effect....

Beautiful picture


I am not good at upward winged eyeliner . I need someone to show me how to do cateyes, n apply eyeshadow. I'm very sucked at it.

I love Asian makeup trends,Western are okay but a lot of them are almost unwearable,the white eyeliner is my favorite


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