4. Baby-Faced Igari Tutorial
Australian makeup aficionado Wengie provides an in-depth explanation of the style and a thorough tutorial in her video. Her take is that the look was inspired by the dewy, flushed skin of light-skinned Caucasian babies, but the results are very similar to “Hangover Makeup.”
3. Conservative Igari Style Tutorial
One of the beauty gurus at GodMake takes a more conservative approach and highlights how the style can be toned down for more practical daily wear.
2. Igari Style for Caucasian Tones
Dutch vlogger Sissel AB has a whole slew of makeup tutorials, but her Igari makeup one is easy to follow and a good example of how the style looks on Caucasians.
Side note: No, she isn’t wearing color contacts!
1. Igari Makeup for Deep/Dark Skin Tones
As YouTuber KimaMuze says, a beauty trend originating from a homogeneous society such as Japan isn’t expected to work as-is with every skin type. Nevertheless, she creates her own successful twist on the Igari style and proves anyone can wear it and look gorgeous.