How to Do Arabic Smokey Eye Makeup

If you are thinking of perfect smoky eyes look, then there is nothing more sexier and sophisticated than the classic Arabic Smokey eye makeup. The concept of Smokey eye makeup, the little black dress of makeup, is very in now days. Arabic Smokey Eye Makeup is one among the most angelic and charming eye makeup in the world. If you cannot afford a makeup artist in today’s world of inflation, then do not worry at all as this article will tell you how to do Arabic Smokey eye makeup.

Things Required:

Scotch tape
Eye shadow base
Eye brushes
Eyeshades
Mascara
Artificial eyelashes
Eyeliners
Eye pencils
Glittery eyeliner
Shimmery eye shadows

Instructions

  • 1

    Take a piece of regular scotch tape and apply it in a horizontal position on the outer side of your eye in order to draw an eye boundary.

  • 2

    Gently apply any of your favourite light eye shadow base to your entire eyelid. Light purple and light pink are the better options, otherwise you can use any light base colour. You can apply it with a light eye make-up brush or you can use finger as well.

  • 3

    Now, apply a light shimmering eye shadow on the top the base colour to give your eye a prominent look. Apply it in the same way you applied the eye shadow base.

  • 4

    Once you apply shimmering eye shadow, apply any of your favourite bold, darker colours to the outer side of your eyes. Do not apply the shade beyond the tap in order to give your Smokey eyes a much-defined edge.

  • 5

    Pick up a blending eye brush and blend the dark eye shadow with the shimmering eye shadow, blending it in the crease of the eyelid. Make sure to contour both of the shades in such a way that you do not have any harsh lines.

  • 6

    Now, take a little bit of black eye shadow and put it on outer corner of your eyes. Apply two to three layers of black eye shadow to make it darker.

  • 7

    Take a cream colour eye shadow and place it on the area just below your eyebrows and above your eye crease in order to highlight your eye makeup. You can apply it with the help of a larger eye brush.

  • 8

    Pick up a slightly shimmering eye shadow and place it above the cream colour eye shadow beneath your eyebrows.

  • 9

    Select the light eye shadow base that you applied at the start of your Smokey eye makeup and place it on the inner side of your lower lash line with the flat side of your eye brush.

  • 10

    Take the dark eye shadow that you put on the outer side of your eye, place it on your lower lid from the outer side of your eye, and take it to the light eye shadow base line.

  • 11

    Grab silver, light blue or light purple glittery eyeliner and apply some of it just over your upper eyelid.  Also, apply some of it on your lower lid.

  • 12

    Gently remove the scotch type piece at the outer corner of your eyes.

  • 13

    Apply gel eyeliner with any of the pointed eyeliner brush. Connect your eyeliner on the outer side of your eye, creating a double wing effect on outer side and a double tail on the inner side.

  • 14

    Take another clean eyeliner brush, dip it in the white cake gel eyeliner and apply it in between the double wings on the outer side of your eyes. Also, apply it in-between the tail effete on the inner side of your eye. However, if you do not have a white eyeliner cake, you can simply use the white eyeliner pencil.

  • 15

    Grab a black eyeliner pencil and apply it on the inner side of your lower eyelids.

  • 16

    If you have thin eyelashes, apply the artificial eyelashes, which are easily available in the market.

  • 17

    Now, curl your eyelashes with an eyelash curler and gently apply mascara to them.

  • 18

    Your Arabic Smokey Eye Makeup is all set, get to the floor and rock the party.

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