In order to do Thai makeup for oval eyes, you will need red lipstick, lip liner and black gel eyeliner. Find out how to apply winged eyeliner with help from a makeup artist in this free video on eye makeup advice.
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Hi, I'm Daniela Rowson. I'm a makeup artist. I'm going to show you how to do Thai makeup for oval eyes. The products you will need are red lipstick, red lip liner, and angled brush, and black gel eyeliner. So, the first step will applying the winged eyeliner. And it's going to be very dramatic so we are going to use an angled brush so it's very precise. So, we are just going to get a tiny bit of this gel eyeliner and then we are going to put it on your hand so it can warm up and you can work with it better. So, we are going to make a very dramatic winged eye. So, we are just going to draw the angle that we want and we are going to take it upwards and out. And then we are going to connect it to the center and fill that triangle in. And then we are going to take it all the way to the center and we are going to meet at a point. This is definitely for a more dramatic Thai makeup. You want to make sure it's nice and smooth. And then we are going to get a little more product for the very corner. And you want to make sure that you are looking out so that you can get a really nice point in the center. You are going to just draw points and then we are going to take it down into the bottom part of the eye. And then you are going to just fill that in. And we are going to run it all the way across. This will give you a very dramatic eye. And then you want to fill in the water line as well. So you are just going to push your lid down and then start filling in the water line. And we are going to add this dark plum blush just to give it more of a dramatic look for our Thai makeup. And we are not going to do it like I usually would up here. We are actually going to do it in this lower part of the cheek. So, you want to make sure, if you don't know where it is you just kind of want to suck your lips in a little bit. And then that little spot right there that's where you want it. So we are going to softly just run it down and up all the way to the hairline. So we are going to go right up to the hairline and then come down. You don't want come down too low otherwise your face will look sunken. So, you want to just take it to right there and then buff it upwards a little bit. And then we'll do the same thing on the other side. And to finish the look we are just going to do a red lip so we are going to start doing the red lip liner first. So we are going to start lining the lip. And if you do slow dashes that will help you get a more defined lip. And then you want to fill it in a little bit inside the lip. Then press your lips together that way they blend a little better. So now we are just going to apply the red lips and this is more of a deeper red and it's a long wearing lipstick so it's not going to bleed, it will stay on all day. So you want to apply it even on top of the lip line. And then press your lips together so it blends better. And then we'll go back with the lip liner and retouch the lip line. So now we are just going to blend everything together. We are going to go back with the lip liner and blend the two colors together. So to get a Thai look for oval eyes, just make sure that you use very precise gel liner and use an angled brush so you get that really pretty winged up. My name is Daniela Rowson and thanks for watching.