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 glowy daytime lookWhy it works: Lucy Liu has lighter shadow focused on most of her upper lashline, with a darker shadow just on the ends, which helps to lift her eyes, says Babaian.
Who should do it: This great-for-daytime look works for mostly everyone though the particular "orange-y shadow will show up better on lighter skin tones," says Babaian. And it's ideal for "somebody who has a fuller brow and more of an uplifted eye" or short eyes as it helps "to extend them to make [them] look more wide," she adds.
How to get it:
Step 1: Prep lids with foundation.
Step 2: Apply an orange-y brown eyeshadow on lids, extending it out past your outer corners a bit.
Step 3: Blend dark brown shadow over the orange.
Step 4: Apply a black liner on top lashlines.
Step 5: Curl lashes and apply mascara.
Step 6: Apply individual false lashes, which make eyes appear like they're naturally wider. Check out this how-to guide on applying individual falsies.
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