12 Gorgeous Asian Eye Makeup Looks
Ditch your frustration about applying eye makeup by embracing these looks that'll play up your specific eye shape
The girl next doorWhy it works: Grace Park has a tan skin tone and thin, almond-shaped eyes, so the warm tones she's wearing paired with a medium lip color is perfectly complementary, says Babaian. She "is always known for having that very natural, just-got-out-of-bed hot look, so it works," she adds.
Who should do it: Babaian recommends this look for those who are just starting to experiment with makeup and don't want a heavier shadow look. "It's so light, if you screw up, it's still going to look good," she says.
How to get it:
Step 1: Apply foundation on your lids. "This is key … otherwise the makeup will slide off your face," says Babaian.
Step 2: Apply a plum-y, cool brown eyeshadow along your top lashlines and slightly above the creases (so as to avoid the "hooded" look).
Step 3: Apply the same shadow to your lower lashlines.
Step 4: Use a dark brown liner on your top lashlines.
Step 5: Curl lashes.
Step 6: Apply lots of mascara.
Step 7: Add individual lashes for more drama. Check out this how-to guide on applying individual falsies.
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