When we talk about Asian eyes, we talk about slantedness, roundness, smooth monolids and deep eyelid folds. To talk about Asian eyes is to have a unique lexicon. And these stereotypes persist today.
Regina Todorenko, 28, posted the photos in late August, but English-speaking users only noticed them recently — and many are not smiling. Perhaps there is always a smile on the face of a person who is welcomed in a new country. It was a little frustrating for me at first because all positive emotions seemed to be fake.
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A screenshot of the passport photo rejection with the reason highlighted at the top. A New Zealand man of Asian descent had his passport photograph rejected when facial recognition software mistakenly registered his eyes as being closed. The automated system told the year-old engineering student the photo was invalid because his eyes were closed, even though they were clearly open, according to a copy of the notification posted on Facebook.
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Its a question many always wondered but though t it was too racist to ask. What makes asian eyes look the way they do? The cause is a small skin fold in the corner of the eye called an epicanthic fold.
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Formerly blue-eyed and blond, Xiahn now dyes his hair and wears contact lenses to enhance his new look. The year-old says he was inspired to have surgery after spending time in South Korea as an exchange student. It was easy to tell when one of them had done it, walking on the street wearing sunglasses and a surgical mask.
False lashes are rarely a one-size-fits-all situation, and even the ones created for Asian eyes can be a little too large or uncomfortable for you. If you find that the lash band somewhat stabs you on the inner corner of your eye, then you need to check out this hack from a Jakarta-based girl on Instagram and Youtube named Francesca. You can check out her handy instructional picture below, that shows you how to trim, stack, and apply your false lashes to suit the size and shape of mono lidded eyes.