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WHAT KIND OF ‘ASIAN EYES’ DO YOU HAVE? (TEST YOURSELF)
Asian people have many distinct features that make them look the way they do, but Asian eyes in particular may be the most recognizable. It is perhaps the most referenced physical attribute for Asian people.
But what exactly makes an eye look Asian, and is the stereotypical small and slanted version accurate?
In this video I go over the different types of Asian eyes – from the epicanthic fold varieties to eyelid crease specifics. Single eyelids (monolid), double eyelid, demi eyelid, hooded eyelid, puffy eyelid, we cover it all!
At the end, I check to see what kind of Asian eye I have!
Note: The epicanthic fold is also known as epicanthal fold, epicanthus, Mongolian fold, plica palpebronasalis and palpebronasal fold.
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(Credit: Andrea J, Laura Santos, Vờ Lờ)
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