With increased access to others and other cultures, makeup and makeup products are increasingly available across the globe.
Brands are continuing to expand outside of their original marketplaces, making this a really exciting time for charm trends in the world. I myself am no makeup guru. In reality, most days you can find me sporting little to none, but I love to use it when I dress up. That’s what constructs makeup an amazing shape of ego expression.
As it turns out, it can also be a shape of cultural self expression. Because American popular culture is so dominant around the world, we perhaps don’t suppose enough about the beauty and makeup practises of people in other countries. Assuring makeup artists apply the appears side-by-side, however, is genuinely enlightening. Here are seven different countries’ makeup seems compared to what we’re used to in the U.S.A.
1. American vs. French by Christen Dominique
French makeup tends to be more subtle, specially around the eyes and foreheads. This artist used six or seven different eyeshadow tints when working on the American side, but she only used one on the French. When the time comes to lips, though, that’s where the French get bold. Check out that ruby ruby-red!