Gigi Lai (黎姿), a popular Hong Kong artiste is the ambassador for Bio-Essence, a full range of skincare products from Singapore based L.D. Waxson. You may have seen her recent commercial endorsing Bio-Essence 24K Bio-Gold Eye Care Twin Treasures which promises to double the effects of lifting eye bags and droopy lids through the traditional use of gold in skincare, combined with ingredients Bio Energy Fluid and Bio Rice Fermentation Essence.
This makeup video from Makeup Gourmet has some rather good makeup tips to open up and bring out a more expressive pair of Asian eyes. These are some of the important ones I remember after watching it:
- For smaller eyes, use a brightening pencil on the inner and outer corner of the eyes to open it up.
- For almond shaped eyes, defining the lower eye using an eye liner is important to bring out shape.
Apart from experimenting with makeup or updating your apparel, you can consider making a fashion statement with colored contact lenses. Like popular Taiwanese celebrity Rainie Yang Cheng Lin (楊丞琳), who is seen here endorsing the kaleidoscope of colors and variety of len styles under FreshLook Cosmetic Contact Lenses by Ciba Vision.
So instead of your usual eye color, you may wish to transform your looks by wearing any of the nineteen stunning shades like gray, brown, honey, pure hazel, blue, green, true sapphire, turquoise, amethyst for fun or to suit any special occasion.
Here’s a quick tutorial on eyebrow makeup for Asians by Gary Chung. He’s speaking in Cantonese but even if you do not understand the language, you can see the makeup in action.
Gary advocates a natural makeup for eyebrow using lighter rather than darker colours. If you like natural looking makeup, watch this for reference.
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