Introduction: Arabic Eye Makeup

if you are thinking of dressing into a Arabian bride on your special day,here is a great i'able for you.do your eye makeup yourself on your big day :)

i used a 120 colors eye shadow palette
suruma- (Arabian eye liner to line the waterline of your eye,its ok if you don't have one,use a ordinary black liner kohl)
liquid eye liner-revlon
mascara-revlon
tissue to make sure that you don't mess up :P
and a applicator brush

Step 1: 1st Step

start with a freshly cleansed and toned skin,remove all your previous makeup.apply foundation and primer over the lids to make the shadow last longer.

Step 2: 2nd Step

apply a white base color over your eye lid and highlight just below the curve of your eye brow.

Step 3: 3rd Step

apply a gold color to the whole eye lid.

Step 4: 4th Step

apply a red color to the middle of your eye lid and blend it with the gold,i used two red colors. 

Step 5: 5th Step

hold a piece of tissue right at the corner of your eye and apply black eyeshadow.like shown in t he picture :)
and then hold the tissue as shown in the next picture apply the black eyeshadow underneath your lower lash line

Step 6: 6th Step

with liquid eye liner line your upper lash line with a thick line and flick up at the corner of the eye on the edge (where black liner applied over tissue makes a sharp edge at the end)
i have made a short flick and a long one,which makes your eye look like Arabian eyes.

Step 7: 7th Step

line your water line with suruma,it is a black powder used by Arabian woman to make their eyes look larger. don't worry if you dont have this,line your water line with black eye liner pencil.

Step 8: Last Step

apply mascara to your lashes and fill your eyebrows with black eye shadow or black eyebrow pencil.make your eyebrows bit too dark, to get the exact Arabian look

Step 9: Final Look

one eye with makeup on and the other without,where you can see the difference very well :)

Comments

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hackmans (author)2017-01-31

This would be awesome for my Arabian themed prom

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jessamar (author)2012-11-19

i like you Henna alot.

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kristylynn84 (author)2011-06-24

love the henna! :)

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wait for my next instructable, "bridal henna" :) coming soon
thank you

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that's cool! i am going to put one up, also! i had bridal henna done and that's why i loved yours. :)

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waiting to see your i'able

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are you going to do one on how to do your own henna? :) if so, send me the link and i will put it in my instructable too :D

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yeah, that instructable is on how to do your own bridal henna. OK i will send you the link :) and i am hoping to do a instructable on how to wear saree in indian style :)

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that would be so beautiful. :D i love tikkas and bindhi. :D and bollywood. i love it all. :)

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seems like you are a indian kind of girl, nice to meet you, i am from sri lanka but indian :)

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you too! :) i am just white, but i love indian things and i love culture. :D

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https://www.instructables.com/id/Do-your-own-bridal-henna/

here is the link for bridal henna instructable :) enjoy

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Scarlettred41816 (author)2011-06-24

Thank you! Great Tut!

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thnk you :)

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sunshiine (author)2011-06-24

What a nice look! Thanks for sharing your hard work!

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zeyanimisbah (author)sunshiine2011-06-25

thnk you :)

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