you want looking cute?? kawaii??
do know how to posing time snap camera??
now i share asian pose and you will looking cute and happening ^_^
Video Asian Poses - Cutekan Diri Anda [HQ]
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Pose #1: V Sign
The V sign, which is commonly known as the victory sign or peace sign is the pose that I most commonly associate with Asians. One performs this hand gesture by raising and parting the index and middle finger while the remaining fingers are clenched.
Pose #2: Shush
To request silence, the index finger of one hand is extended while the remaining fingers are curled inwards towards the palm. The index finger is brought vertically to the lips with the side of the index finger facing the lips. Optionally, one can make a “shhh” noise with their lips to add to the realism. If done right, people will be silenced by the absolute cuteness of this gesture.
Pose #3: Begging
Place both hands together with palm facing upwards and bring both hands near the chin. Optionally, you can include a sad face to show how needy you are.
Pose #4: Adjusting Glasses
There are many variations of this gesture with the most common feature being a minimum of one finger touching the glasses frame. The most common variation involves one hand with the index finger and thumb touching the glasses frame right next to the lens.
Pose #5: Claws
What is both ferocious and cute at the same time? The answer is the claw hand gesture, which involves one or two hands with palm facing outward and fingers bent towards the palm. The fingers which aren’t forming the claw shape remain clenched.
Pose #6: Pigtails
Want to appeal to pigtail lovers but don’t have a hair band or hair tie? No problem! You can take matters into your own hands by grasping your long hair with both hands with knuckles facing outwards.
Pose #7: Frame
A picture frame is created using two hands to simulate a rectangle or square. The index finger is vertical while the thumb is extended perpendicular to the index finger. The remaining fingers are clenched and both hands are brought up as shown above.
Pose #8: Pleading
This gesture can be created by making a fist with both hands and brought under or near the chin. This expression focuses on the face but the variations suggest that any expression that suggests you want something is fine.
Pose #9: Louder
This pose involves using two hands with all fingers extended and brought near the mouth. Voice amplification is simulated by putting the hands at an angle with palm facing outwards. Although it is debatable whether you will get louder, you will surely get people’s attention with this cute pose.
Pose #10: Fighting!
This pose can be done by clenching a single or both fists together and bringing them near your face. In addition, making an angry facial expression helps to warn others of your ensuing wrath.
Pose #11: Punch to the Face
To create this self-injury pose, clench your fingers into a fist with one hand and bring it towards your cheek.
Pose #12: Call Me
Using one hand, stretch out your pinky finger and thumb and clench your other fingers. Bring your hand up to one ear such that your thumb is closest to your ear to mimic a telephone. This gesture tells someone that you want him or her to call you in private.
Pose #13: Bang!
With one or two hands, extend both your thumb and index finger while keeping your other fingers clenched. Point your index finger at the target to show them who’s boss. You can also put both hands together to form a thicker gun.
Pose #14: Confused
Simply having a confused facial expression does not properly emphasize the confused look. The key ingredient is to place one hand on the top of your head with all fingers extended to look like you’re scratching your head. It also helps if someone draws a squiggly puff of smoke above your head.
Pose #15: Praying
You too can (pretend to) pray by placing both hands together with all fingers extended or with fingers interlocked. Place your hands such that they are horizontally centre aligned relative to your body.
Pose #16: Blowing a Kiss
With one or two hands under your chin, point them in the direction of the person you’d like to give your indirect kiss to. Using your mouth, blow on your hand to push your love out to that lucky guy or girl.
Pose #17: Pointing
Is it rude to point? Not if it’s done so cutely! With your index finger extended in one hand and your other fingers clenched or curled inwards, point your index finger at someone. It is important to note that the effectiveness of your pointing can be reduced with coloured nail polish, as it takes attention away from your stern index finger.
Pose #18: Giant Heart
Unlike the heart shape done with your hands, this giant heart relies on your body and your arms. With both hands and fingers extended, place the tips of your fingers on the top of your head. Your fingers should be approximately in the center of your head. The tough part is that your arms will need to bent such that it matches the shape of a heart.
You may need to practice this pose in front of the mirror to ensure your heart is symmetrical.
Pose #19: Pillow
The best way I could describe this pose was a pillow, which was primarily due to the photo above. This pose is quite simple, place both hands together with fingers fully extended and bring to one cheek. Although your hands may not be as comfortable as a pillow, it’s better than nothing.
Pose #20: Surprised
With fingers extended on one or two hands, place your hand on your cheek. Next, your mouth should be wide open as if you are surprised (just think of the time you got that surprise birthday party, won a prize, or got caught reading Really Cute Asians by your significant other)
Pose #21: Daydreaming
I’ve seen this pose in classes where people are bored out of their minds and begin daydreaming. Using one or two hands, with all fingers clenched, place them under your chin with your palms facing upwards.
Pose #22: Hey
I’ve had sleepless nights trying to figure out what this pose was. Some say it’s a half louder pose, a speech bubble, or some sort of wave. For now, I’ve called it the “hey” pose since it appears similar to a wave. This pose involves extending all fingers like a wave and placing it near your cheeks.
Pose #23: Heart Shape
There are a few variations of this pose, but the most is to take both hands and place your thumbs together with your other fingers in an arch shape. The top of your fingers are joined together to form the top of the heart, while your thumbs form the bottom of the heart.
Pose #24: Nyan Nyan~
I was told that this pose was the classic anime/manga cat girl pose, where they put their paws up to their cheeks. The word “nyan nyan” is sometimes used to describe the noise a cat makes. The pose is quite simple, using one or two hands, make a fist and put it up to your cheek with palms facing outwards. Optionally, you can wear cat ears and a collar with a bell on it, if you want to make sure no one misinterprets this pose.
Pose #25: Okay
This pose, like many other poses featured on this site, is frequently used by everyone regardless of race. This gesture creates the word “OK” using your fingers. To create the “O”, join your index finger and thumb, such that it forms a circle. The “K” is created with your remaining fingers extended. The palm of your hand should be facing outwards and your hand can be brought near your face if you wish.
Pose #26: Salute
The salute is a common hand gesture seen around the world. You may have seen this pose in the military or used after a game winning touchdown, but I assure you that this pose can be very cute. To perform this pose, choose your favourite eye brow (right or left). You’ll use the hand that’s on the same side as your chosen eyebrow to do the salute. With this hand, you can have all fingers extended or just the index and middle finger extended (other fingers clenched). Place this hand at or near your eyebrow at an angle and you’re good to go!
Pose #27: Horns
You can create horns by extending your index finger upwards and clenching your remaining fingers. Place your hand near your face with palms facing outward and make a funny facial expression.
Pose #28: Tears/Teasing
If you aren’t convinced that an expression makes a difference while posing, then consider this dual pose known as tears or teasing. For those who want more syllables, the synonym for tears pose is “I’m cute but can still cry” pose. Both poses require your index finger from one or two hands pointing to an area under your eye, but the expression differentiates between tears and teasing. If you want to do tears, you would make a sad expression like a pout. If you want to do teasing, you could stick out your tongue to provoke your audience. The choice is up to you, although the tears pose encourages others to enjoy your pain and suffering.
Pose #29: Kawaii other pose