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4 Thai Makeup Tricks You Need to Try
One make-up trend that has been rising in popularity is Thai make-up, and it’s not a surprise why. It offers a refreshing take on traditional looks with its natural yet polished style. Fortunately, these Thai make-up looks are very easy to recreate. Check them out!
What Are Some Good Makeup Tricks Thais Love?
Be sure to prep your skin first before starting any of these tricks to get that Instagram-worthy flawless base that you desire!
Compared to the popular Korean make-up look, Thais love a matte-textured face. They also tend to emphasize highlighting and contouring, which can look magnificent when done correctly. The base is then set with a translucent powder. This is done so because Thailand is a country with humid weather and going matte helps in ensuring their make-up will stay put.
Thais prefer to pack on blushes sparingly, going for a soft and barely-there sunkissed flush. A lot of them like to do a “drunk flush” as well, making sure to apply it on the bridge of the nose for it to appear natural.
To enhance the eyes, Thai girls like to draw their brows meticulously. After applying a product to fill in the brows, they like to draw on individual hairs using an eyebrow pen to achieve a fluffy effect.
When it comes to enhancing your lips, soft gradient colors are a must. To recreate this, simply apply a lighter shade on the perimeter of your mouth, then choose a deeper shade on the center and dab it correctly.
You won’t miss out on the fun anymore now that you know the best Thai make-up tricks! Apply them correctly and you’ll be all set. Stay beautiful!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Thai and Korean makeup?
When it comes to the base, Thai make-up prefers matte while Koreans love a dewy base. Thai girls also use highlighter and contour generously to add more dimension. In Korean makeup, eyebrows are soft and natural while the Thai approach is to make them appear fluffy. Their approach to blushes and lip are the same way, though.
What is Douyin makeup?
This is a trendy Chinese make-up technique that is named after the Chinese version of TikTok. It typically uses shimmery eyeshadow, pink blushes, and blurred lips.
Ira Arellano graduated with a degree in Multimedia Arts from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. When she’s not busy writing, Ira uses her remaining free time fawning over groups with too many members, reading three books simultaneously, crying over animated shows and fictional people, and being salty over her lack of gacha luck.