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Hi guys, This is Wengie here, Welcome back to my channel,
and today I have a video that’s very close to my heart,
because I love Korean makeup and also love a sort of western style makeup,
and I also love I guess noticing the differences between the two styles
and how they do things differently, because yeah I love both.
So I want to do a video to show you exactly what the differences between
Korean style makeup is and American style makeup from my perspective.
Just as a disclaimer before you watch this video,
this video is not intended to stereotype any particular culture,
or say this is the only way Koreans do makeup or this is the only way Americans do makeup,
or what western style makeup is, I just wanted to touch upon all the trends I’ve seen in Korea that I love,
and also the trends I’ve seen in American style makeup that I love,
so I wanted to do a half face of each to kind of show you guys the differences
of the two styles as interpreted by me, I hope you guys enjoy this video and this tutorial
and I hope you guys learn something from it, let’s get straight to it
The primer I’m using helps you makeup stay and you’ll notice
that it blends really well with my skin tone
primers is used in American makeup are clear,
I have slight and subtle pale finish,
creams primer in general are a lot more brightening,
a lot of the new primer products, come in various colors
like pink and greens to help color correct olive skin tone,
in favor of a whiter more pinky skin color,
in general they are more brightening and moisture your skin slightly,
they also are very very pleasant and quite shining as well.
The point of American foundation is to match your skin color,
some use a slight darker shade to mimic a more glowy color on the skin.
A matte finish is preferred so powder is applied on top,
in Korea a cushion foundation is really a must for any foundation rutine,
the common both bb and cc formulations usually have brightening properties
and really really moisturizing skin essences infused in the product.
Koreans usually love the dewy look as well,
which means the finish is almost oily looking but it is supposed to represent a well moisturized complexion,
and although my finish isn’t extremely dewy,
you can see it is dewyer.
I don’t have a lot of differences to point out in terms of concealers
but let me know what differences you’ve noticed in the comments below for me
Now contouring has been a huge trend in America makeup,
so I had to include this, the point of contouring is to bring out some nice chiseled cheekbones,
create a narrower forehead, stronger nose bridge,
and overall stronger and more structured face,
highlighters are also used on the cheekbones, bridge of nose and above the cupid's bow in your lips,
as well as in your chin, is quite common to use larger contrasting colors,
however I’ve chosen a more subtle color palette.
for the cheeks, bronzers are so popular and our must have,
and this is usually applied underneath the cheekbones, and blended up towards the temples,
also coral and peach colors are a favorite on the cheeks for American makeup looks and gives a glowy,
elegant and sophisticated look.
In Korea contouring is actually not that popular,
more often that not, highlighters are used more often to bring out the cheekbones,
nose bridge, and forehead lines, with only subtle contouring on the nose and jaw line if any,
contour colors are a lot more subtle, and often only one shade darker than the skin color,
pink blush is also a very popular choice in Korea,
and is applied on the apples of the cheeks in a round manner for a really cute and innocent flush,
like when a baby blushes they have that pink area on the cheeks,
that is the kind of look they like to mimic.
American makeup styles there are some many different brown shades to work with,
but a natural arch is quite common and popular
and it really helps you open up the eyes,
now I’m struggling because my brows have been groomed straight,
and I trying my best to create the arch,
also adding concealer to clean up brow makeup is common,
and this is also used so that there is a strong and sharp line between the brow and the skin,
strong and clean brows are the cornerstones of American makeup,
apologies for messing this up a bit, I am trying my best.
Korean brows on the other hand are generally straighter and thicker,
the colors they use seem to be also more powdery looking and light and not as bold,
they prefer their brow color to be soft and natural and lighter than their hair color.
Emphasizing the crease and contour of the eye is common theme in eye shadow looks,
cut creases, smokey eyes, all love to bring out the creases and contour of the eyes,
darker colors are used in the crease and heavy,
with highlighting colors used on the browband packed onto the lid for cut crease looks and also in the corners,
bright and bold colors with heavy pigments are also very very popular
and there is also a lot of room for creativity with eye looks here,
also blending is a huge part of this look because of the number of colors used,
in terms of eyeliner shade, the wing liner is a classic shape in American makeup,
because it opens up the eyes, fools the eye up into a more youthful and sexy shape,
and it’s common to smoke out the lower lids with darker colors,
the look isn’t finish of course without some bold lashes
and lots of mascara large fake lashes the longer the better.
For Korean eyeshadow looks the emphasis is really on brightening the eyes,
because the crease is not always a common feature of Asian women most of the time,
they’re also not very deep so usually a single wash of color
or two wash of color is blended out and just used to brighten the eye
and this is applied just over the entire socket,
however shimmer and pearl color are commonly applied to the inner corner of the eyes
and also underneath the lower lash line to create a cute eye bag effect,
the dark color is usually applied along the lash line as opposed to the crease
and join to the outer third of the lower lash line, to make your eyes look longer and bigger,
in eyeliner look following the natural eye line or coming straight out of the side is very common,
overly slanted eyes are actually considered too fierce looking in Korea
so a more natural curve for the eyeliner is adopted,
cut lashes are also extremely important to open up the eye, as well as just a few cuts of mascara,
but overly long lashes are not a common look in Korean makeup,
natural looking lashes are much more preferred.
Lip liner is often used in America makeup because bold color lip looks are very very common
lip liner prevents the lipstick from bleeding,
lip liners are also increasingly used to overline the lips creating a larger pouty lip, which I try to do here,
also new colors are favorite with pigment
and that lipstick is a popular formulation choice,
here I have decided to apply a new color
and also don’t forget the gloss for large pouty kissable lips,
well not really kissable because boys hate getting glass all over their lips but it looks kissable,
the gradient lip is pretty much the number one look in Korea,
many colors are used but pinks and peaches are the most popular,
just apply the color to the center and use your finger to dab it out,
cherry is also becoming a very common and popular choice of color these days in Korea,
in terms of the formulation options tints are probably the most popular lip formulation by far,
instead of the liners concealer is actually often used to conceal the lip line
and to turn down the lip colors to create an illusion of small rose lips
where the color is only strong in the center of the lip,
it’s pretty much a complete opposite of American makeup.
Now we’ve completed the look, I must look pretty silly with a half half face on,
but I wanted to show you the differences at the same time
So I hope you guys enjoyed this video,
and I hope I’ve done a good job at reflecting Korean style makeup and American style makeup,
let me know in the comments posted below if there is anything else
you want to add between the differences between the two that you’ve noticed,
let me know as well which is your favorite style of makeup
and what is your go to kind of style,
at the moment I’m kinda confused, I love both,
but I’ve been doing a lot more Western style makeup lately because I think it just goes better with my hair,
I really can’t decide, I guess as a benefit of being in Australia
where we are totally multicultural and we are influenced by all kind of cultures
that we are kind of taught to embrace, different kinds of cultures,
Not just our own and that is an awesome thing about Australia that we grew up with.
Don’t forget to give a thumbs up if you enjoyed this video
and don’t forget to subscribed if you haven’t already, I do two videos a week,
thank you so much for watching guys, I love you so much,
and I’ll see you guys in my next video.
bye
oh my god, I’m wearing three different things,
I hate it when my bra strap shows, I feel like this is a bit too wide for me
closet troubles.
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韓国風のメイクとアメリカ風メイクの違い(Korean Makeup vs American Makeup Before and After Transformation Tutorial Routine ♥ Wengie)

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