how to make eyes look less asian?
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I am not Asian, but people constantly tell me it looks like I am. I am middle eastern. How can I make my eyes look less asian?

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I'm not sure exactly what you are referring to when you say that your eyes look "Asian," but I think maybe you mean they are almond-shaped?  If so, here are a few tips:  

  • An almond-shaped eye is characterized by an upswept outer corner.  Many women with this eye shape want to increase the depth and intensity of their eyes, so experiment with eyeliner as a bold sweep on the upper lid, neutral colors lining under the eye, and upper and lower liner in various shades.  To help almond eyes appear larger, limit liner to the outer portion of the top lid.  To make almond eyes appear more round, stop liner before the outer corner of the eye, or use a lighter shade or smoky or smudged look in that area.
  • Add white eyeliner to the inner corner of your eyes.  This brings more light into them and gives the effect of being larger.
  • Lastly, get rid of dark circles under your eyes if you have any.  This won’t necessarily make your eyes look bigger, but dark circles will detract from even the biggest, most beautiful eyes.  A very good concealer is Urban Decay 24/7 Concealer Pencils and you can find them at:  http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P219000&categoryId=B70


I hope this helps you. Smiley Happy

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I have the perfect answer.  I too had the same problem and then after research ran into a product called OPHTHOGLOW that can make your eyes seem bigger by implanting a permanent thicker LIMBAL RING.  I did it and my eyes look much bigger and stand out more.  Thicker limbal rings also make you look younger and more attractive according to studies.  Well worth it and the procedure was simple and painless.

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Try defining your crease more, if that's possible.  Also using fake lashes or at least curling your lashes and using a few coats of mascara. 

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