How to Apply Makeup for Asian People

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How you apply your makeup each day always depends heavily on a few basic ideas. Apply makeup for Asian people with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. I'm Kendra Richards, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you how to do makeup for Asians. One of the key things that a lot of Asian women feel is that their eyelashes are really straight. So it's important to make sure that you get a great eyelash curler and you do, you get some proper attention to curling your eyelashes. That's going to have a huge impact. And as well as that I'm just going to do, I've already done a little foundation on Amanda. I'm going to do a little bit of concealer, we're going to curl her eyelashes and we're going to give her some mascara and just finish off her lips, just very simply. And it'll be a clean beautiful look. Turn a little that way. So it's important to make sure that you have a nice preparation on the eyelid for eye makeup later if you want to. And even if you don't want to wear color on your eyes it's nice to have some concealer to take away any natural discoloration you have in your skin and even out the skin tone just a little bit. You want to make sure that you get the lashes in as close to base as possible and then you want to hold for a good five seconds to help set that. And then you move up and out. Let's see that a minute. How is that looking. That's great. You can see the difference between both eyes, how it really opens up her eye. This is a really key step. And do her other eye. And I love this mascara brush. Go ahead and look down. So it really allows you to get right in at the base of the lash. Another tip to help keep that curl in the lash is to concentrate the mascara at the base and not go too far out at the tip, and then when you use the eyelash curler. Now I'm going to complete the look with a neutral lip color that keeps the focus on Amanda's eyes. This is just a very natural lip tone that's just bumped up a slight bit. Well so there you go. This is perfect makeup for an Asian face. I'm Kendra Richards at the Kristoff Ball Salon in Beverly Hills. Thanks for watching.


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