Magnetic Arabic Eyes, The Kim Kardashian Look

Wonder how to get those amazing eye looks for your night out on the town? Here are some tips and tutorials to make up your eyes like an Arabic Odalisque.

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Arabic Eye Makeup

Kohl Outlined Eyes for Feminine Mystery

Middle Eastern style of makeup is very precise, with well groomed brows and strongly lined and shadowed eyes. Every part of the face is paid attention.

Think ‘Kim Kardashian’, and you get a picture of how this eye makeup technique looks: strong, smokey, magnetic. Her look is ideal for times when you want to have a smokey eye, but not the powerful impact of the stage makeup. (Which really belongs to the stage!)

Scotch tape (yes, the type you use for taping gift wrap!) is used to give the sharp color definitions. So grab a roll of scotch tape before you begin.

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Kim Kardashian Look – American Version of Arabic Eye Makeup

Kim Kardashian does the smokey eye like no one else. Enjoy the tutorial.

Mac Eye Kohl Eyeliner-smolder
Mac Eye Kohl Eyeliner-smolder Kohl eyeliner gives the smoldering look of the Arabian eye makeup.

Kohl Eyeliner is a Key Product – for the Middle Eastern eye – Many tutorials recommend this brand eyeliner

Makeup artists who know often use and recommend MAC products for the best results.

Natural Kohl is a plant derivative (sometimes it was made from charred Frankincense).

Kohl Eyeliner was used as an anti-microbial and reduced glare from the sun, but today is made from other ingredients and used mainly as a cosmetic enhancer for the eyes..

Smokey Eye

The Overall Middle Eastern Look

More Middle Eastern eye makeup tips from Internet Bellydance sites.

A smooth chignon, a matte look for the skin, polished nails, it all adds up to a sultry look. While it is an everyday makeup to have heavily Kohled eyes in the Middle East, here in the West the look is more for evening wear.

Still, toning down the application of the shadow and the liner could transfer the look to our own social setting. The look is probably best when the smokey eye is combined with a nude or light pink lipstick.

Gallery of Arabian Makeup Looks

The Whole Enchilada

There is a whole look to the ideal of Middle Eastern beauty. Shiny, conditioned hair, carefully made up eyes, full lips that are lined and lipsticked. The eyes are given the most attention, and that accentuation makes them magnetic. (but don’t forget the rest of the package).

Powdered, perfumed, polished, and glossed.

Arabic Makeup Style – Is it a style for you?

Would you wear the Middle Eastern look?

Sulty and Smokey Eyes Makeup

MAC Eye Shadows – Beautiful, Professional Look

MAC Eye Shadow Velvet Black Tied

Fantastic Kohl Product – Get this eyeliner NOW!

Don’t wait to obtain the most beautiful, sultry, eyes you have ever had… this is affordable and gives a great effect if you love a dark smokey eye.

Mac Eye Makeup Products – Recommended by almost all these tutorials

Old vintage photo
Portrait of a Turkish Woman in a Harem, in Cairo. Old vintage photo

Mac is the brand most professionals recommend. There is a real difference between quality makeup products and the cheaper ones, You really do get what you pay for… in ingredients and pigments.

L'Oreal Paris HiP Studio Secrets Professional Color Truth Cream Eyeliner, Black, 0.159 Ounce

Excellent very dark shade, long lasting, and waterproof. Comes with the eye brush applicator which creates a perfect line.

Secret: Shhh, Makeup Brushes – Blend, blend, blend -brushes create the look

Here is a list of some of the most helpful, recommended brushes for professional application of this complex eye makeup.

  • MAC 275 brush (angled blending brush)
  • MAC 194 brush (small concealer brush)
  • MAC 168 brush (angled contouring brush)
  • Make Up Store’s flat shader brush
  • No Brand Blush brush (bristles are of a great quality)

Using brushes to blend is the main secret for the beauty of this look.

This is a high drama look that works best for theatrical uses and performances, or high fashion gala events. Modify it for a more ordinary event or venue.