One really interesting aspect to look into for people who are fans of Asian girls is the variation between Asian girls themselves in different Asian countries (specifically far east Asians). For example, Korean style of applying makeup is really popular in Chinese countries at the moment (Taiwan, China, Hong Kong), because Korean films, TV shows, and music have become very popular in Asia. The Korean makeup artists are very good at emphasizing the eyes, by applying heavy eye liner and mascara on the top eyelid, with light glitter/frosting between the eyebrows and the upper eyelid to make the contrast even stronger. It's so distinct that when I turn on the TV in China, I can spot a Korean TV show even when there's no dialogue happening at the moment, just by looking at the actors and how they are madeup and how they are dressed. It's the same thing with Japanese TV shows--there's a very distinct way that the Japanese makeup artists apply makeup, and the way the Japanese dresses is also very different.
The Chinese is always playing catchup or trying to mimic/imitate the Japanese or the Koreans, as those two countries are perceived as a lot more advanced in entertainment industry, fashion, and society in general. But even between the Chinese countries, there are leaders and followers. China, being a developing country, looks up to Taiwan and Hong kong (developed countries--yes, I think of HK as a country) in terms of entertainment and fashion. The TV shows in China are always trying to copy the shows in Taiwan and Hong kong, and in turn, the TV shows in Taiwan and Hong Kong copy the Japanese and the Koreans. In the music industry, the same thing happens. It's been common practice for decades for the Chinese to do cover versions of Japanese or Korean songs in Chinese, but you never see the reverse happening. The Japanese and the Koreans would never copy the Chinese, as they feel they are superior when it comes to the entertainment industry and fashion. Ironically though, both the Japanese and the Koreans based their culture on the Chinese culture in the early centuries.
All of this has a strong impact on how girls look in Asia. The hippest girls in Chinese countries are typically the ones that mimic the Korean or the Japanese style in the way they dress and the way they apply makeup (and even the music they listen to). Some Chinese girls dye their hair auburn, sienna brown, or blonde, to mimic the kind of look that is very popular in Japan and Korea. If you know Hamasaki Ayumi from Japan, or the girls of Baby V.O.X. in Korea, then you know exactly what I'm talking about. The hair dyeing might seem like they are trying to westernize themselves--which is sort of correct, but not really. It's more about trying to break away from the default black hair and brown eyes look that all Asians have. Since all all Asian have the same hair and eye color, you simply don't have the kind of natural variety you'd see in caucassians where there are various shades of hair and eye colors, so to feel more unique, Asian girls resort to hair dyes and sometimes, colored contact lenses.
Currently, the Koreans have been really into the "hot and sexy" look, as perfectly demonstrated by Lee Hyori (a member of the girl group Fin.KL). She's widely voted as the hottest Korean girl on the planet, and that look of hers is now often imitated in the Chinese music industry, down to the dance moves, clothes, makeup..etc. And then there's also Hamasaki Ayumi, who's also often imitated by the Chinese.
Regrettably, I've left out many other Asian countries such as Vietnam, Thailand, India..etc, and they present even more variety. I personally find Indian women very attractive, but I find them similar to darker Caucassians like the Italians or the Spanish in terms of facial features and body shape--except with even darker skin.
Now, to balance out all these words, lets have some pictures of some of the most popular Asian celebrities at the moment:
Lin Chiling - Currently the most famous supermodel in Taiwan:
And yes, she does have a supermodel body to go with that face:
Hamasaki Ayumi - The most popular female music artist in Japan:
Hamasaki's success is partly due to her changing image, which is thrilling for her fans:
Lee Hyori - Voted the hottest Korean girl on the planet. Part of the girl group Fin.KL (and now has a successful solo career--although her singing is nothing to write home to mom about. She pretty much gets by with her looks and sexy dace moves/clothes):
Like I said, she gets by with her looks and dance moves:
Her more innocent look in the early days with Fin.kl:
Out of the three of them, Chiling is the only one I like. She's the only one that has class, had an education (She graduated from the University of Toronto
with a double major in economics and Western art history.), and an un-gimmicky image.