Make up Tips for the asian tone women


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Skincare:
Skincare is especially important. The first step toward beautiful makeup application is clean, well-hydrated skin. Here are a few tips to make sure your skin looks its best before you start:

Cleanse/Tone:
For skin that is often oily, I recommend Purifying Gel Cleanser. For normal skin, use Lathering Tube Soap. For normal to dry skin, Rich Cream Cleanser is a good choice. If your skin is especially dry, use Balm Rinse. Follow with Soothing Face Tonic to refine and remove any residue from the skin.
Hydrate:
If your skin tends to be oily, use a Shine Control Hydrating Face Gel. For more normal skins, Protective Face Lotion SPF 15 or Vitamin Enriched Creams are gOGd choices. If your skin lacks moisture, use a more emollient moisturizer such as Hydrating Face Cream. For extra dry or dehydrated skin, use EXTRA SPF 25 Moisturizing Balm. All skin types should use Hydrating Eye Cream day and night, to keep the delicate skin around the eye soft and hydrated. This will improve the application and wear of your eye makeup.
Foundation:
Always start your makeup opplicotion with a “Creamy Concealer Kit” to hide dark circles and instantly brighten your face. I recommend applying the concealer with the Concealer Brush under the eye up to the lower lashes and on the innermost corner of the eye. Smooth and blend with your finger using- a small, gentle patting motion. Choose a concealer the same shade or one shade lighter than your foundation. To complement your skin’s natural undertones; choose one of my yellow-based foundations. If your skin is oily, an Oil-Free Even Finish Foundation SPF 15 or Oil-Free Even Finish Compact Foundation are good choices. If your skin is normal- to-dry, try the Foundation Stick or the Moisture Rich Foundation SPF 15. Choose your foundation shade carefully the correct shade of foundation should blend perfectly and disappear into the skin. Powder set your foundation with Face Powder, or use an oil-free Sheer Finish Loose Powder for more oily skin, try applying with the Powder Puff and dusting away any excess with the Powder Brush. Pale Yellow works best for Asian skin.
More Tips:
Never apply concealer to the eyelid, it will cause eye shadow to smear and crease. In general, Asian women have beautiful, smooth skin, and often look better with less makeup. Apply foundation lightly for a pretty, natural look.
Cheeks:
Use a Blush Brush to apply Blush to the apple of the cheek and blend softly up and back into the hairline. Next, blend down, away from your cheekbone to create a more natural look. Sweep the brush across forehead, nose and chin. For a long-lasting blush, apply a brighter shade to the apple of the cheek as a pop of color. Pale Pink, Soft Pink and Nectar are shades that work well.

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More Tips:
To avoid the appearance of a wider face, keep the Blush OFF the apples of your cheeks. Instead, apply blush high on cheeks, toward the hairline.
Eyes:
Start with the brows using the Natural Brow Shaper and Hair Touch-Up, since defining the brow adds strength to the face and is a great way for Asian women to enlarge the entire eye area. Next, apply a base Eye Shadow from lash to brow, with an Eye Shader Brush. Use an ivory colour for Asian women. Next, select your Eye Shadow shade. For the lid, apply a medium shade such as Taupe or Sable from the lash line to the crease using the Eye Shadow Brush. Line the eye along the lash line with Eye Shadow in a darker shade like Mahogany, Rich Brown, Charcoal or Smoke, using your Eye Liner Brush. Finish the eyes with 3 coats of Thickening Mascara in Black, since Asian lashes are often sparse.
For a more dramatic look, try Lash Glamour lengthening mascara in Smoke. If your lashes are extremely thin, apply a smoky powder liner with the Eye Liner Brush to create the appearance of thick lashes.
More Tips:
Defining the eyebrow will add strength to the face and enlarge the entire eye area. Using your Brow Brush, fill in the brow using an Eye Shadow in the same tone as your hair color. For fabulous eyes, brush a light shadow allover from lid to brow and a medium color from the lash line to three-fourths up. Line eye all the way around with a thick, smoky line, heavier on the upper than the lower lid. Make sure the line is smoky, not thin and hard. Avoid too-dark eye shadow colors that make the eye look smaller.
Lips:
If you have lips that look good in both rich and extremely soft colors try Soft Rose or Plum Lip Color or Cranberry Lip Stain. To line the lips, use a complementary Creamy Lip Liner. Finish with a dab of Lip Gloss in Rose Sugar.
More Tips:
Experiment with lip colors. Rich tones look especially pretty on full lips that are naturally dark-toned. Pale colors are lovely if natural lip tone is light.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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