How To Do Asian Bridal Makeup
How To Do Asian Bridal Makeup
Asian women have always been so beautiful. Well, they'll look even more beautiful on their wedding day with learning how to do an Asian bridal make-up look. Watch this video to find out how to apply eye shadows, eye liner, lipsticks and blush just perfectly.
Hi. Today, I'm going to show you how to do an Asian bridal make-up look. So, over here, we've already put a foundation, concealer, loose powder, and we've also done the lips and the cheeks and we've also done Gina's hair as well.
So, we're going to do a really nice look full of smokey golds and with a hint of green color just to compliment the outfit. And I'm going to show you how to blend the colors really well together to achieve a really nice, dramatic, modern, Asian bridal make-up look. With a small flat brush, we're just going to apply this smokey sort of light gold.
Just pick the eye shadow up, tap off the excess. Now, I've also put primer on the eyes as well. So, I'm just going to apply this color onto the inner eye area here, gently press in the color.
And with that same flat brush, we're going to apply this medium toned gold here. And we're just going to build up the smokey gold look. Just place that next to the lighter gold and pat in the color.
With that same flat brush, we're going to go for a slightly deeper gold. And again, we're just going to place that next to the other gold that we've put in the middle of the eye. Then, with a large flat brush, we're going to go in with this really nice ivory matte eye shadow.
This is going to be your brow highlight. Place this at the highest point of the brow and pat it along. Now, with a fluffy brush, we're just going to use a soft brown color just to blend in the colors.
Start off at the bottom of the crease and in swirly motions just work your way up and back down. Now, the key to Asian bridal make-up is to make the eyes really stand out. So, we're going to apply some loose eye shadows and pigments on top of the eye shadows that we've already placed.
This is a really nice soft neutral gold, just going to start by applying that just over the light gold that we started over here. As you can see, it's really picking up the color from underneath and really drawing it out. Then we're going to go for a slightly deeper gold.
Place that next to the other gold that we've applied. Just in the middle there. Then we're going to go for an even deeper shade.
Just the tip of the brush. Just going to place that on the outer sort of V area. Then we're going to go for an even deeper shade.
This will be the deepest shade that we're going to use. Just work it into this area here and we're going to pat it up into the crease. Just take that deeper gold onto the fluffy brush and we're just going to blend up into the crease to intensify it a bit.
And with the large flat brush, just going to use this really nice white vanilla pigment from Mac as the brow highlight, place that into the highest point of the eyebrow and pat it on. Then, line the water line with eye pencil. Work it into the lashes.
Then, with a small flat brush, just going to apply this very deep bronze gold over here, the lower lash line, connect that with the top eye shadow and then bring it down gently, blending it into the lower lash line. Then to bring out the color of the outfit, we're going to add a hint of green at the lower lash line. Place this really close to the lower lash line.
Then with a pointed eye liner brush, I'm going to line the upper lash line with this black gel eye liner. Start in the middle and just in gentle strokes build up a line. So, really add some nice definition to the lash line and the overall lines as well.
Then apply black mascara to your lower and upper lashes. Then apply some false eye lashes. Just measure the length of them first and then snip them to make sure that they fit correctly.
Then place that false eyelashes onto the lash line and let that dry. Then with eye liner brush, I'm just going to go over the lash line where the glue is with some black gel eye liner. Now, to do some contouring make-up, I'm going to use 2 matte and cheek colors, or sculpt powders as they're called, and these are from Mac.
And this is a very light one ca