Get the exotic and sexy Arabic eyes look with this makeup tutorial
It's all about the sexy, smouldering eyes for this exotic makeup look!
If you're looking for a different night out kind of look, this might just be up your alley, especially if you're a fan of pencil eyeliner. This dramatic look focuses your eyes with lashings of dramatic black eyeliner. Whether you go for a copper shade or a black shade, it emphasizes the shape of your eyes. This defined eye makeup is complimented by a cat eye and here, black eyeshadow instead of black eyeliner is used to give it a subtle and softer effect that's more wearable.
Use NYX HD Concealer “CW04” and Too Faced Shadow Insurance Primer on your eyelids in the following order. This creates a base for the eyeshadow to hold onto.
For eyeshadow, start offf first with Too Faced's Le Grand Palais “City Lights” and apply it on the crease area, blending upwards and outwards.
Follow with the Zoeva Naturally Yours Palette in Soft and Sexy on the lower crease and blending for a gradient effect. Using a flat top brush or your fingers, apply First Love from the same palette or a similar white shade on the inner and middle parts of your eyelid and blend it in
With the Urban Decay Gwen Steffani Palette, take “Blackout" and line the lower lash line with this shade extending it outwards with a ‘V’ shape and blending it at the outer corners.
Use a concealer like the Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer, which is used here in “Pale” to clean up the sides of your eyes for a sharp and precise look.
For the last step, a kohl eyeliner like the Catrice Kohl Kajal is used for tightlining and lining the waterline. A black eyeliner pencil can also be used with a cotton bud or eyeshadow brush to smudge and soften the look. This Arabic eye tutorial is simple while still easy to do.
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