Though the beauty blogosphere is overflowing with hair and makeup how-to's, a vast majority of them tend to cater to the same definition of western beauty, which don't exactly suit my Asian facial features, monolids, or stick-straight hair. Here's one from the ladies behind Pixiwoo who get it. So, over my past few years in the beauty industry, I've been on a mission to learn techniques that work for my skin type, facial features, complexion, and hair texture. After testing out a seemingly infinite amount of products and experimenting with tips and tricks straight from the top pros in the beauty biz, I've learned what works— and what doesn't—when it comes to catering to my unique Asian features. Lucky for you, I'm really into sharing! Read on to learn more common beauty problems only Asian girls understand.
8 Fabulous Makeup Tips for Asians Girls ...
8 Fabulous Makeup Tips for Asians Girls
Hey everyone! Why is that? Some are friends from growing up, some are from college, and some are friends of friends that have become a part of my friend group. So I took it as a challenge to go out and find the absolute best makeup tips that exist for Asian women. After I came up with my initial list, I ran it by some of my friends to make sure that it checked out and what I have for you today is my final draft. Some of these are more difficult, but for the most part, these makeup tips are quick and easy to pull off by following along. Asian skin and hair are very distinct in their features, and as such, can be really hard to find makeup products and work well with them.
The Beauty Problems Only Asian Girls Understand
Have you ever tried to find some fab makeup tips for Asian girls that actually work? Have you scoured the internet but can't seem to find a list of makeup tips for Asian girls that makes sense? Don't worry girls, I've got you all covered! I've got all of my top fabulous, unique and totally different tips for Asian girls that will make your beautiful features stand out flawlessly!
Hey everyone! Why is that? Some are friends from growing up, some are from college, and some are friends of friends that have become a part of my friend group.