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Asian Beauty Tips

For centuries the Asian beauty secrets and the exotic beauty of the Persian princesses, the delicate charm of the Chinese and Japanese girls and the enchanting loveliness of the Indian women have spawned countless legends and have had the West mesmerized.

Asian Eyes: The eyes are the most enchanting Asian feature and so special attention should be paid to them.

Remember this: black mascara and black liquid eyeliner are your best friends. If you have a fair amount of lid, then you may escape the use of eyeliners and mascara, but to enhance your almond shaped eyes, you can't do without these essential tools.

Skin tone: is a big factor when choosing shades for foundation, eye makeup and lipstick.

Lighter shades will create a "washed out" look, while intense shades will add dramatic effect and bring to life the eyes and cheekbones.

Use foundation and powder with a yellow undertone.

Although many Asian women believe they need to wear pink makeup shades to counteract their natural skin tones, this creates a very unnatural, outdated look. Using yellow-based products do not make Asian women look more yellow, but rather they produce a natural, flawless look that is modern and beautiful.

Eye shadow: The most important factor in deciding what colour and how to apply eye shadow is to take into consideration the amount of fold you have above the eye lid. If you possess a fair amount of fold, then you can boldly apply dramatic colors such as black, deep purple, deep turquoise (really stunning) and navy blue for night time wear and utilize the technique of multilayering colors. Colors that are especially flattering for daytime wear are bronze and light colours applied close to the lashes while more intense colors are blended on top.

Asian Hair: Most hair-color products on the American market just don't work well on Asian hair, which is the thickest of all hair types. More often than not, any amount of lightening turns out brassy; even black comes out looking unnatural much of the time because it's a difficult color to match. Your best bet is to go to an experienced colorist. If you decide to try it at home, remember that thick hair tends to absorb dyes fairly quickly, and very dark hair is especially resistant to bleaching, so always do a strand test to get the timing right.