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Arabic Eye Makeup

I am sure lots of people had big plans last night, it was Saturday Night after all.  Maybe it was a  hot date, maybe a night out with friends, or even just catching a movie…not me, I stayed in and had a night filled with makeup fun.  I hope you like the finished product!

For My Look: 

This was my first attempt at an Arabic inspired look.

blue and white arabic eye makeup

 

blue and white arabic makeup using MAC eyeshadows

Face > Clinique Moisture Surge Tinted Moisturizer in Shade 01 as a base and then MAC Studio Careblend Pressed Powder in Light Plus to finish the look

Cheeks > Margin Blush by MAC

Lips > Kat Von D Celebutard Lipstick underneath Smashbox Lip Enhancing Gloss in Flame (Looking at the pictures though I wish I had done something a little less neutral, and more pinkish/red)

Brows > Filled in with Mystery Eyeshadow by MAC

Eyes

Primer > Mary Kay Eye Primer

Base > Brule Eye Shadow by MAC dusted all over the lid and up to the brow

Lid > Little Black Dress Eyeshadow by Body Shop (Matte Black) applied really messy, bringing it up into the crease a little to blend with the Freshwater

Crease > Freshwater with a little Aquadisiac dusted on top to lighten the color (both by MAC)

Brow Bone > Phloof! Eyeshadow by MAC with a dab of Minimalist White Eyeshadow by Body Shop to really make it pop

Black Eyeliner > Signature Mary Kay Liquid Eyeliner  in Black for the lid and Blacktrack Fluidline by MAC for my water line

Under my waterline > Lined with Little Black Dress Eyeshadow and Freshwater Eyeshadow to match the top to really bring the look together

Fill > Annabelle Eyeliner in White

Gem > Nail Decals by Bedazzle, applied with Eyelash Glue to hold

Lashes > Hotties by Ardell

blue arabic eye makeup

I had a lot of fun doing this and look forward to playing around with some new looks again soon! Let me know what you think!! ❤

xox,

Shannon

Blue Arabic eye makeup using MAC eyeshadows

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