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A striking winged eyeliner look that really transforms the shape of the eye! Inspired by 60’s makeup trends, with graphic lines and luscious lashes. I give lots of tips for achieving a cut crease on different eye shapes (hooded eyes, heavy eyelids and deep set eyes).

This is a great tutorial if you want to refine your skillz, make sure you tag me @shamelessfripperies if you recreate it! I really like how it turn out, I think it’s pretty boss ;)

Final Look

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Nail polish I’m wearing in this tutorial

Sally Hansen Fruitie Patootie

Rings I wear in my videos

The ring on my left hand is NOT an engagement ring guys lol, it’s an heirloom. The two prong rose gold ring on my right hand can be purchased here.

Complete List of Products Mentioned

Koh Gen Do – Aqua Foundation in 213*

MAC – Paint Pot in Soft Ochre

Leukopor Surgical Tape

It Cosmetics – Liner Love in Black*

Viseart – Neutral Matte Palette

Physicians Formula – Eye Booster in Black*

It Cosmetics – Tightline Primer*

House of Lashes – Iconic False Lashes

SUQQU – Brow Pen in Moss Green

Surratt – Brow Pomade

Charlotte Tilbury – The Retoucher Concealer in 2

Marc Jacobs – Contour Palette in 40 Mirage

Charlotte Tilbury – Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk

Sportsgirl – Pout About It Lipstick in Fruit Tingle

Milani – Baked Blush in Corallina

Cle de Peau – Luminizing Face Enhancer in 11 Pastel

Make Up Studio – Concealer Pencil

Oribe – Dry Texturizing Spray

 

What tutorials would you like to see next? My inspiration is running a bit dry!

xxkarima

* Denotes products sent for consideration. I only feature products I love :)

Complete list of products mentioned

Contour Powder
Contour Powder
Luminizing Face Enhancer
Luminizing Face Enhancer
Lip Cheat
Lip Cheat
The Retoucher Concealer
The Retoucher Concealer
Tightline Primer
Tightline Primer
Liner Love
Liner Love
Aqua Foundation
Aqua Foundation
Dry Texturizing Spray
Dry Texturizing Spray
Neutral Palette
Neutral Palette
Baked Powder Blush
Baked Powder Blush
Paint Pot
Paint Pot
Eye Booster Pen
Eye Booster Pen
* Denotes products sent for consideration. I’m always honest with my reviews :)

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  1. Stunning. Honestly you are so beautiful and your tutorials are, I swear the best on you tube. I think I have a girl crush… Tee hee, gurgle gurgle, I joke!!!

  2. Karima you’re such a cutieee, I love love love your personality and beauty! And your tutorials
    are great and even though your absolutely gorgeous, you give off positive/happy vibes that make me feel good about myself and the makeup looks I can create by taking inspiration from you.
    You embody ”Happy girls are the prettiest girls” (If I quoted that correctly;s)

    Keep on being awesome, wish you health and happiness!
    -Noor x

    1. Hey Noor!
      This comment makes me so happy :) I’m SO pleased that the videos are positive and make you feel good – that is all I could have asked for!
      Thanks for taking the time to comment <3
      xx

  3. I hit Like on Youtube so hard, wind rushed through my bedroom. No makeup look has made me so breathless in recent memory, haha. This looks absolutely stunning on you! My first thought was: “OH YES TRYING THIS!” My second thought was: “HUHU I’M GOING TO FAIL!” I’m going to have loads of fun practicing, though. Thank you!

  4. Karima! I love your channel and always look forward to your post. I was wondering, if you had to choose between the Marc Jacobs contour palette or Kevyn Aucoin which one would you purchase? I am thinking of buying a contour palette but having troubles deciding! ~ Ana xx

    1. If I had to pick between the two, I would go the Kevyn Aucoin, simply because the shade is ashier and better suited for contouring. If you prefer a warmer contour, then the Marc Jacobs powder would be up your alley.
      xx

    1. The profile is much thicker and it has a bit of give, I wouldn’t use it for a crisp eyeliner but if you’re smudging a pencil into a wing or softening a gel liner (like I did in this tutorial), it’s fantastic.
      xx

  5. I would LOVE to see you do a purple smokey eye. It took forever for brands to come up with good quality purple shadows, and now they’re so easy to find. Plus, it’s my favorite color :)

  6. i can’t believe it’s taken me so long to discover your vlog. you are just lovely. your eye liner/brows are spot on. totally subscribing…can’t wait to see more tutorials.
    i’m ordering the surratt brow pomade right now!

  7. Hi Karima. I hope you don’t mind me throwing a few suggestions for videos at you! I really value your opinion when it comes to makeup and skin care. I would definitely say you are very close to Lisa Eldridge in that regard.

    One brand makeup tutorial.
    Drugstore favorites
    Oily/combination skin makeup/ skin tips and products
    Get ready with me
    Favorites (not monthly but maybe current or seasonal?)
    Haul
    Mini reviews of products

    Thanks for always producing such amazing and informed content! It’s always such a pleasure to watch.

  8. Super boss, love this! :) I’ve had medical tape on my list forevah, need to finally pick some up to straighten out my liner. I love your reviews most, but maybe other historically inspired makeup looks?

  9. Such a gorgeous look! I just picked up the Marc Jacobs contour palette, and you’re right the texture is dreamy! I love your brows! I like wearing my brows as naturally as possible so I enjoy seeing someone else do the same! Fantastic tutorial!

  10. After marathoning Mad Men, I’ve been wanting to try out a 60s mod makeup look and you just made it that much more achievable! Great tutorial as always!

  11. Woooooooooow <3 I am so into this look. Also your brows are looking gooooorgeous. Fluffy and luscious :) Can't wait to try this one out for my next party!