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A modern take on the classic bombshell, this glossy smokey eye is perfect for the club or a night out. Paired with bronzed skin and a nude lip, the look is effortless and uber cool! I also show you my Tom Ford and Charlotte Tilbury haul and review the products along the way 🙂

You can see close-up shots of said Tom Ford & Charlotte Tilbury haul HERE.

Final Look

Modern Bombshell Makeup using Tom Ford

Nail Polish I’m wearing in this tutorial

Ciate Mistress

Complete List of Products Used

Tom Ford – Illuminating Primer

Tom Ford – Traceless Perfecting Foundation in Fawn

Clinique – Airbrush Concealer in 04

Charlotte Tilbury – Flawless Finish Powder in 2

SUQQU – Brow Pen in Moss Green

Perfekt – Clear Brow Gel*

Tom Ford – Cream & Powder Eye Colour in Black Oyster

MAC – Eyeshadow in Omega

Viseart – Palette in Sultry Muse

Charlotte Tilbury – Rock N Kohl Liner in Bedroom Black

Sephora – Outrageous Curl Mascara*

Tom Ford – Bronzer in Gold Dust

Gorgeous Cosmetics – Blush in Apples*, Highlight in Rhubarb*

Boots – No7 Lipliner in Nude

Tom Ford – Lipstick in Spanish Pink

Hope you enjoyed it 🙂

xxkarima

* Denotes products sent for consideration. I only feature products I love 🙂 I got you gurl <3

Complete list of products mentioned

Bronzer
Bronzer
Outrageous Curl Mascara
Outrageous Curl Mascara
Rock N Kohl Liner
Rock N Kohl Liner
Clear Brow Gel
Clear Brow Gel
Flawless Finish Powder
Flawless Finish Powder
Traceless Perfecting Foundation
Traceless Perfecting Foundation
Illuminating Primer
Illuminating Primer
Cream Color for Eyes
Cream Color for Eyes
Airbrush Concealer
Airbrush Concealer
Neutral Palette
Neutral Palette
Lip Color
Lip Color
Eyeshadows
Eyeshadows
* Denotes products sent for consideration. I’m always honest with my reviews :)

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  1. Hey Karima!
    I’ve only just recently discovered your channel and blog and can I just say I love your content. It is obvious you put a lot of thought into your reviews/descriptions and you’re very passionate about your work. I really admire that 🙂
    Anyways, I was wondering if you would ever consider doing a brush cleaning video or blog post? There are so many products on the market and a lot of recommendations are hard to access in Australia, so I am very curious to hear about a fellow Aussie’s tried and tested products.

    1. Hey Rachel,
      Thanks for your kind words, I am very passionate about what I do and I’m glad that shows!
      I will do a brush cleaning video soon, I’m just trying to work out the logistics for filming it.
      xx

  2. Hi Karima,

    I have a question. I always notice that whenever I put on any foundation (typically like a thin coverage like nars pure radiant tinted moisturizer or bobbi brown skin foundation spf 15), it has a greyish color around my mouth and chin and looks fine everywhere else on my face. I have no idea how to get rid of it.

    On a side note, I always love your videos and your foundation game is on point. I always get inspiration from you and trust your reviews and opinion so much. Keep it up, girl 😉

    1. Hey Lauren,
      Do you have any pigmentation around the mouth/chin? That is generally the culprit for grey hues. I’d suggest a corrector of some sort – start with a peach toned corrector, you might have to experiment.

      xx

  3. If I have the RBR diaphanous powder do I need the Charlotte Tilbury powder? Or maybe the CT one would be good to keep in my purse for touch ups? How much coverage does it give? Basically feed or kill the lem?

    1. Do you love the RBR powder? If so, I think you can skip the Charlotte Tilbury Powder (unless you’d prefer a pressed version). I like both but the RBR sits well over every foundation while the Charlotte Tilbury sits better over some products than others.

      Neither provide any coverage, pretty translucent.

      xx

  4. It’s nice to see you do a little bit different look! Gorgeous, undone, tres chic. I think eyeliner/cat eye thing has kinda “been done,” and it’s refreshing to see it left off in favor of a little dark waterline action, and some simple eyeshadow looks. I’d love to see the Pink Adobe lippie in action. I bought “Pussycat,” having loved the way it looked on a lovely You Tuber, but was very disappointed with both the color and formula. Sadly, it went back. I’m game to try again, but at $50 a pop, I’m expecting some greatness, you understand. Nicely done! How about a tutorial featuring the Charlotte Tilbury cream shadows? I’ve yet to see anyone use Veruschka, or Mona Lisa, for that matter…xx

  5. Hey Karima… Love your videos and just everything about you. They way you speak and conduct yourself in front of camera makes my day.
    Loved this partly undone bombshell look coming from you. Definitely giving the eye shadows a go. 🙂

  6. Love your videos! How are you like the TF traceless perfecting foundation? So excited to hear fawn is a light olive color…I need olive in my life! Can you please compare it to KGD 213 Aqua foundation? I love that foundation but wish it had a little more lasting power on me since I’m s little oily. Thanks!

    1. Hey Cassie,

      I do like the TF Traceless Perfecting Foundation, I think I prefer the KDG Aqua as the latter makes my skin texture appear smoother. Fawn in Traceless Perfecting is a touch darker than 213 in the KGD Aqua.

      If you’re looking for extra longevity, I found the Tom Ford to be uber long lasting!

      xx

  7. Karima I love this look! Looks amazing on you!!! Simple and sophisticated at the same time. In french, I would say: tu es superbe!!! xoxo