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ASMR Peachy Makeup on Mannequin (Whispering, Tapping, Brushing)

What is ASMR makeup and why you should try it

Have you ever felt a pleasant tingling sensation in your head or spine while watching someone apply makeup, whisper, or tap on objects? If so, you might have experienced ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response. ASMR is a phenomenon that has gained popularity in recent years, especially on YouTube, where millions of people watch videos of people doing various activities that trigger their ASMR. One of the most popular categories of ASMR videos is ASMR makeup, where you can watch and listen to someone applying makeup on themselves or others, using different products and tools that create soothing sounds and visuals. In this article, we will explain what ASMR is, how it can benefit your relaxation and well-being, and how you can enjoy ASMR makeup at home or online.

asmr makeup

What is ASMR?

ASMR is a term that was coined in 2010 by Jennifer Allen, who created a Facebook group for people who experienced the phenomenon. She defined it as "a perceptual phenomenon characterized by a distinct, pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, back, or peripheral regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or cognitive stimuli".[1] Although there is not much scientific research on ASMR yet, some studies have suggested that it may be related to synesthesia, a condition where one sense is stimulated by another, such as seeing colors when hearing sounds.[2] Some people who experience ASMR also report feeling relaxed, calm, happy, sleepy, or euphoric.

The benefits of ASMR for relaxation and well-being

Many people who watch ASMR videos do so for the purpose of relaxation, stress relief, or falling asleep. Some studies have shown that ASMR can reduce heart rate, blood pressure, and cortisol levels, which are associated with stress and anxiety.[3] ASMR can also increase positive emotions such as joy, peace, and gratitude.[4] Some people also use ASMR as a form of therapy or self-care, as it can help them cope with depression, insomnia, chronic pain, or trauma.[5] However, it is important to note that ASMR is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment, and that it may not work for everyone.

The different types of ASMR triggers

ASMR triggers are the stimuli that cause the tingling sensation in some people. They can vary from person to person, but some of the most common ones are:[6]

  • Whispering or soft-spoken voices

  • Personal attention or role-playing scenarios

  • Tapping, scratching, or brushing sounds

  • Crinkling or rustling sounds

  • Chewing or eating sounds

  • Page turning or writing sounds

  • Hair cutting or brushing sounds

  • Makeup application or removal sounds

You can find many examples of these triggers on YouTube or other platforms where ASMR creators upload their videos. You can also experiment with different triggers to find out what works best for you.

What is ASMR makeup?

ASMR makeup is a subcategory of ASMR videos that focuses on the sounds and visuals of applying makeup on oneself or others. It can include various aspects of makeup such as:

  • Foundation, concealer, powder

  • Eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara

  • Lipstick, lip gloss

  • Blush, bronzer, highlighter

  • Brows

  • Contouring

  • Nails

ASMR makeup videos can also feature different types of tools such as:

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  • Brushes



Why it's good for ASMR

Maybelline New York Super Stay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick

Lip brush

The liquid lipstick has a creamy and pigmented formula that glides smoothly on the lips, creating a satisfying sound and a long-lasting matte finish. The lip brush can help to apply the lipstick precisely and evenly, creating a gentle brushing sound.

NYX Professional Makeup Ultimate Shadow Palette

Eyeshadow brush

The eyeshadow palette has 16 shades of vibrant and blendable colors that can create various eye looks, from natural to dramatic. The eyeshadow brush can help to apply and blend the colors, creating a soft and fluffy sound.

L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara

Eyelash curler

The mascara has a volumizing and lengthening formula that coats every lash, creating a fluttery and dramatic effect. The eyelash curler can help to curl and lift the lashes, creating a crisp and metallic sound.

Milani Baked Blush

Blush brush

The baked blush has a radiant and buildable color that adds a healthy glow to the cheeks. The blush brush can help to apply and diffuse the color, creating a soft and sweeping sound.

e.l.f. Cosmetics Poreless Putty Primer

Fingertips or sponge

The putty primer has a smooth and velvety texture that fills in pores and creates a flawless base for makeup. The fingertips or sponge can help to apply and blend the primer, creating a squishy and tapping sound.


ASMR makeup is a wonderful way to relax, unwind, and enjoy the sounds and visuals of applying makeup. Whether you watch ASMR makeup videos online or do your own ASMR makeup at home, you can experience the benefits of ASMR for your well-being and happiness. You can also try different products and tools that create different triggers for your ASMR. We hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new about ASMR makeup. If you did, please share it with your friends and leave us a comment below. We would love to hear from you!


Here are some frequently asked questions about ASMR makeup:

  • What does ASMR stand for?

ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response, which is a term that describes the tingling sensation that some people feel in their head or body when they are exposed to certain stimuli.

  • Is ASMR good for you?

ASMR can be good for you if it helps you relax, reduce stress, fall asleep, or feel positive emotions. However, ASMR is not a medical treatment or diagnosis, and it may not work for everyone.

  • How do I know if I have ASMR?

You may have ASMR if you feel a pleasant tingling sensation in your head or body when you hear or see certain things, such as whispering, tapping, or makeup application. You can also try to watch some ASMR videos online or do your own ASMR at home to see if you experience any tingles.

  • Where can I find ASMR makeup videos?

You can find many ASMR makeup videos on YouTube or other platforms where ASMR creators upload their content. You can also search for specific keywords or categories that interest you, such as ASMR makeup tutorial, ASMR makeup roleplay, or ASMR makeup sounds.

  • What are some of the best ASMR makeup products and tools?

Some of the best ASMR makeup products and tools are those that create soothing sounds and visuals for your ASMR. You can check out our table above for some suggestions, or you can experiment with different products and tools that you have at home or want to buy.


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