Asian Eye Makeup Tips Tutorial
How to Create Beautiful Asian Eyes.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, so you'll want to look like you've had a professional makeup artist who knows how to showcase beautiful Asian eyes.
In this Asian bridal makeup tutorial you will learn how to apply perfect Asian eye makeup with a professional wedding makeup artist Danica Jardien. Simply follow this step by step guide and it will ensure that perfect flawless flourish for your wedding day.
Asian Bridal Makeup tips for Asian Women
Learn how to apply Asian makeup. Asian makeup tips and video tutorial for beautiful Asian brides.
(Eye make up application - Tutorial by Danica Jardien
- Duration of video is 9:35 minutes)
Asian Eye Make Up T ip - Video Tutorial
Makeup Tutorial by: Makeup artist Danica Jardien
Today I'm going to do a wedding inspired wedding look. I have already completed one eye and put on my foundation and filled in my eyebrows.
To begin, I prep my eyelid with Mac Paint pots in Rubenesque. The second step is going to be to add Mac Hush which is a really light pinky colour, right underneath the arch of my eyebrow.
I'm not going to use a crease colour match, I'm going to create a fan full of colour on the eye. Majority of Asian women do not have a defined crease area. Creating a fan around the eye definately works a little better. That's of course not all Asian women, but it's a tip for maybe most Asian women. Everyone of course has a different eye shape.
I'm going to take the Mac 217 and darken the outer edge of the eye, and the colour I'm using is Mac Star Violet, which is a purple shade. Create your darkest edge here and blend the colour inwards.
Once you'll put the Mac Star Violet on the outer edge of the eye, you could go back to a little Mac Naked Lunch towards the middle of the eye.
Now it's time for a little liquid eyeliner. I'm going to use Mac Point Black Liquidlast. The reason for this is that a lot of my Asian clients tend to have problems with eyeliner's and mascara's staying, so what I like to do is use the Liquidlast because it is the most durable eyeliner I found and it can be a little more difficult to apply verses a gel liner or pencil but it definately stays for the entire wedding ceremony. The trick is to start of with a little bit. It's best to apply the brush from the side and just drag the colour. You can put a little bit on the bottom because we are going to go back with a little shadow anyway. So after you've applied that take a softer angle brush, I use the Mac 266 for powder and I'm going to use Mac Sketch Eyeshadow (which is a dark purple). I'll go right on top of my line here and again I'm creating a fade with the Sketch Eyeshadow on put it right on top of the line - extend that eye out just a little to make your eyes look even bigger.
Now to curl our lashes. Some Asian women have problems curling their eyelashes even whe an eyelash curler. Here's a technique that works - take a spoon: place your lashes into the spoon and press your thumb underneath and curl up lashes. This technique is one of the best ways to keep the lashes curled along with a waterproof mascara of course.
Now for the mascara. If you have difficulties with mascara's staying on, even with the best waterproof mascara's, try using a the Mac Liquidlast - by dipping in a disposable mascara brush into the Mac Liquidlast and applying it as a mascara it will hold onto your lashes tight and look good throughout your entire wedding.
Add a little more darkness under my eye. I'll add a little bit more of Mac Sketch Shadow. Then add a little more of that white eye pencil inside the eye, this creates a bigger brighter eye. Place a little on th inner eye as well, just underneath. Take a brush and just blend it up.
Next use the Mac Moisturecover Concealer underneath the eye, this especially good for photography. Then set it with loose powder, like Makeup Forever HD's loose powder, it's beautiful for photography. This is perfect for bridal photography, as this Mac Moisturecover photographs really well. It's best to use a slighter lighter shades of Mac Moisturecover to give a highlight to the skin
Get some loose powder and dab underneath the eye to ensure that your concealer will not bleed and it will stay and it's light enough and will not dry up your eye area.
Now for blush. We're going to stick with our pinky purple theme and use Mac Dame Blush, which is beautiful for weddings. It gives just enough colour, like the blushing bride look with out looking too dramatic. If you skin has a deeper skin tone you can try something like Mac Dolly Mix instead of Dame.
Next get the Mac Dervish Lip Pencil right around my lipline - the Mac Creme stick which are the retractable formulas for weddings because they are water resistant.
Next I'm going to use Mac Modesty Lipstick and a little Mac Nymphette Lipglass to finish, it has a pinky gold effect. Apply it only towards to midde of the lips as it works best for photogaphy.
Now that concludes our Asian inspired wedding makeup tutorial.
NOTE: This Asian bridal makeup tutorial is a great look for any bride. The techniques in this Asian Wedding Tutorial will benefit any Asian woman with her eye shape and help her makeup last throughout the day of her wedding.
Makeup for Asian Eyes
MAC Moisturecover concealer
Makeup Forever HD Loose Powder
MAC Dame Blush
Nars The Multiple in South Beach
MAC Hush Eye Shadow
MAC Star Violet Eye Shadow
MAC Naked Lunch Eye Shadow
MAC Point Black Liquidlast
MAC Fascinating Eye Khol
MAC Dervish Lip Pencil
MAC Modesty Lipstick
MAC Nymphette Lipglass