One goal in life I have is to create meaningful content around make-up and beauty that celebrates the natural shape of Asians eyes (on the right) instead of distorting it to look like something entirely different (on the left). I’m all for accentuating features, but this is not accentuating and appreciating the eye shape.
Here’s another picture that distorts the eye even more dramatically.
Not sure how happy that girl is….
Here’s the comparison of make-up done in a way that accentuates the natural shape of these Asian women:
I’m all for having natural eyes.
By the way, there’s plenty of white women with beautiful eyes regardless of size…..
For example, Taylor Swift. Can you image Taylor with eye makeup to make her eyes look unreasonably huge? It’s like her getting DD breast implants. Just doesn’t work.
I think she’s happy with them as is and is successful nonetheless.
Original distorted eye post I first read is below:
Nobody is immune to reckless spending tendencies induced by the bulls-eye donning, shopping goliath that is Target. Once you step inside, you’re hit by something I like to call the Target Haze. It’s basically a red and khaki aura that mists over you, making the stingiest folks disregard their budgets and splurge like there’s no tomorrow. Here’s the only possible method to adapt when entering the beloved Tar-jay.
1. Don’t wear any articles of red clothing to Target because you will be mistaken for an employee.
2. Have a plan. No, it’s not going to work — but it’s adorable that you want to try. Make it short and sweet. If you’re extra determined (which is even more cute), scout the ads and the website in advance so that you have a serious shopping strategy. Ha.
3. As you make your way towards the entrance, be distracted by Target’s big…
It’s a high-stress job…anything you do for an employee above and beyond says “I love you.” When you love people, they love you back. Those at the top of the food chain got along because people forgot they were competitors. That culture made us different from everyone else.
My new favorite lip product, which comes with or without color. This winter has been brutal so finding the right treatment to keep my lips moisturized has never been more important. Can’t believe it took me so long to find it and try it.