Arabic Black and Golden Cut Crease Eye Makeup Tutorial

Today I am here with a dramatic, yet wearable cut crease makeup look. You can easily wear this to weddings and functions. I did this makeup on my bestie’s wedding day and got lots of compliments. This is so easy to do, the classic gold-black combo and is wearable for everybody. Yes, no matter what color your skin, hair or eyes are, you can wear this look with ease. This is a classic combination which looks flattering on almost everybody.

So I hope you enjoy this tutorial. This is my first attempt at cut crease. I really want to know where I need improvements, so don’t forget to pour in your suggestions… J
Now let us begin… 

Start by prepping your skin. Apply a moisturizer and also don’t forget your sunscreen if you are going out in the sun. Apply dots of your favorite liquid foundation all over the face and blend with a wet sponge. This will give a dewy finish.


Apply a concealer under your eyes and on any discoloration on the face. Groom your brows and tight line your eyes. Now take an angular brush, dip in black gel/ cream liner and start drawing a line above your crease. Don’t just draw a straight line; curve it according to your crease shape. This will be your new crease. Now take a greyish silver on a blending brush and start buffing the line towards your brow bone. Make sure you don’t buff downwards; the area below the new crease line should be clean. Now take a golden eye shadow and gently pat on your lids. Make sure you don’t disturb the new crease line. Add a gradient effect by applying a bronze colored eye shadow on the outer corners. Take a black liquid liner/gel liner and line your upper lash line and winging it out on the outer corners. Apply kohl on your lower lash line and smudge the outer half of the kohl gently. On the rest inner half apply a muted green eye shadow to pop your eyes. Finally add loads of mascara to round off your eye makeup.

P.S. I haven’t blended the inner portion of the eye shadows completely. Simply because I liked it stark, particularly for this look. However, you can blend it to your comfort level.


Contour and then apply a peachy blush on the cheeks and also your favorite highlighter on the high cheek bones and nose bridge.


Apply any subtle color. I went for satiny peachy lips.

So that’s it. Let me know how did I do? Thank you all so much for all the love you have been pouring. Love you all…  


  1. Fabulous post. I simply loved your eye make up.

  2. stunning........ gorgeous.....

  3. Wow... simply awesome... you nailed it girl... I will try for sure...

  4. U look stunning ! Surely want to try this !! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  5. You look like an Arabian princesses :*

  6. This is a killer look...awesome.. would try it out..

  7. nice..mesmerizing :)

  8. such a gorgeous princess you are!! totally loving it

  9. killer look

    would love u to c on my blog too

  10. Stunning dear.. Ur eyes are so beautiful

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  12. Thats a pretty look..lovely pics... :) :) :) Bold yet gorgeous..

  13. gorgeous look. and you look like more blushing than the bride :D

  14. how beautiful are you !


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