How to Put on Eyeliner for Asian Eyes

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Your natural features will always play an important role in how you do your eyeliner. Put on eyeliner for Asian eyes with help from a New York state licensed esthetician and professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm New York City-based makeup artist, Sue Perez, and I'm going to show you how you can get easy fabulous eyeliner looks. Today I'm going to be showing you how to do eyeliner for an Asian eye. I love to do Asian eye makeup because Asian women have such a challenge, not having a lot of orbital bone in their eye area. Take a pointed liner brush, put into your favorite color eyeliner. I'm going to work with a cobalt blue color. Asian women typically have a dark brown eye and using a cobalt navy blue, anything to contrast the eye looks really pretty. Using a pointed liner brush along the lash lines, paint the eyeliner from corner to corner as close as you can get to the root of the lash. Follow with a matching eye shadow and a smudge brush and you are literally tracing the liner with the shadow and you are going across the lash line from corner to corner over the eyelids. Don't be afraid to extend the shadow and blend really well over the eyelids. Again you are using the pointed liner brush with the cream eye shadow and the cream eye shadow is a really easy way to achieve this look. This is a great eyeliner technique and using the pointed liner brush, load it into your cream eyeliner, apply the line from corner to corner along the root of the lash line and then with a matching eye shadow, layer it across the lashes, across your eyelids, right by the lash line where we apply the eyeliner and soften it. Blending is very important with an Asian eye and you don't want to make it look so opaque which means that you can't see through it. It should be very subtle. And there you have it, Asian eyeliner.


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