Added by on November 13, 2017

I’ve travelled to a lot of places in the world but Morocco was one of the most special places I’ve ever been. It was sensory overload the whole time I was there. Everything from the smells, the colors, the decor, the food. I felt so much through out the whole trip, I couldn’t get enough. I met so many amazing people. The team from Clinique was the best. It was awesome meeting beauty influencers from all around the world. I met one girl, Maya Ahmad. She also has a channel, (I linked below) who was the cutest. I also met a couple of my followers, two super beautiful girls – Fatima & Zaina! Connecting with you guys from every part of the globe is what makes YouTube so special!! I’m excited to share this vlog with you guys and I hope it expresses how incredible Morocco was and how much I loved it.
xoxo Eman

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Clinique’s Newest Colour Line http://www.clinique.com/product/1605/42767/makeup/lipsticks/clinique-poptm-matte-lip-colour-primer

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If you made it this far, yay!! Welcome to my channel. I’m Eman 🙂 I’m a professional makeup artist. I love doing beauty videos on my YouTube channel EmanMakeup. Everything from beauty tips, how-tos, favorites, tutorials, natural makeup, smokey eyes, celebrity makeup, product reviews and giveaways. I love using lots of different brands like Makeup Forever, MAC, NYX and lots more. I like to mix it up and use high end makeup and affordable drugstore makeup. But my channel is more than just a beauty channel. I also love to do other videos like exercise videos, healthy recipes, travel videos and I like to vlog. So thank you for watching and I hope you enjoy them!!! xoxo
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17 Comments

  • Cole Robinson 4 days ago

    Awesome insight to this amazing country, i enjoyed seeing and hearing about the experience you had in comparison to mine! Being a videographer means i try to capture the beauty of wherever i go so i really hope i have managed to do that in my recent morocco video. Let me know what you think! And, again, awesome job!

  • Megan Lombardi 4 days ago

    Emannnnnn this video was so beautifully done! You inspire me so much love!

  • Moroccan travel 4 days ago

    Welcome to morocco 💚❤

  • kamal Chaoui 4 days ago

    Thank you Eman, for sharing your experience, I would love to host you soon at my Guesthouse,
    Sara B Westfield, New Jersey published this review about our Guesthouse in Bhalil, a village located 24 km south of Fez in north Morocco, see http://www.kamalchaoui.com
    Beautiful Bhalil guesthouse! Hospitable Kamal! Absolute highlight of my time in Morocco! A must see!

    Sar Said : I cannot rave highly enough about my experience at Dar Kamal Chaoui! If it were possible to give a higher-than five star rating, this beautiful guest house and its owner, Kamal Chaoui, would be most deserving. I would recommend that anyone stepping foot in the country of Morocco and seeking an off-the-beaten path experience to interact with real Moroccans in a real, thriving Moroccan village, stay with Kamal and take his tour of Bhalil. I felt personally and intellectually rewarded by the experience in a way that I haven't felt in a LONG time! Every moment of my 1-night excursion to Bhalil went smoothly. I was picked up personally by Kamal from my riad in Fes; Kamal's car was broken at the time, but he happily came to pick me up in a taxi (and was great about communicating updates and changes to me). On our 45-minute (24km south) ride to Bhalil, Kamal acted as a highly informed tour guide, who spoke knowledgeably about the area and its people, informed by his own experience living in the village. Upon arriving in Bhalil, we proceeded to the guesthouse, which is cozy, full of character, and WARM (unusual for Moroccan riads), thanks to an innovative heating system that Kamal designed. Kamal is a perfect host for those with many questions, like I had, and those who want an interdisciplinary perspective. An engineer by training, Kamal, has developed a truly memorable guesthouse (even for Morocco, which has so many beautiful riads and guesthouses). He knows almost every single person in this small village. We were able to engage in great conversation about everything from economic sustainability in the village, historical preservation, and religious history. What I found most moving, and really defined my visit, is that Kamal is personally invested in the lives and livelihoods of each and every villager; he creates construction and tourism jobs, and gives them the opportunity to interact with visitors in a meaningful way. I've been on past "village tours" in other developing countries that felt possibly exploitative, but I did not feel that for a moment with Kamal's Bhalil village tour. The tour concluded by sharing tea with a local family, whose home is located in a cave, one of Bhalil's claims to fame. We had dinner at the guesthouse, prepared by Naima, the cook (and so much more!). She went out of the way to prepare food that met my dietary restrictions. This meal was one of the freshest, best, and healthiest I had in Morocco. I slept like a baby in the quiet warmth of my room. The next morning, Naima prepared an equally beautiful and delicious breakfast. When it was, sadly, time for me to leave, my taxi back to Fes was waiting for at the scheduled time. I can't convince you strongly enough to come to Bhalil for an authentic experience, away from chaos of Fes and other tourist destinations!

  • Muhammad Amin Butt 4 days ago

    a lot of pimples on your face

  • D LABOURY 4 days ago

    🇲🇦🌴☀️😘

  • MyraJo Samater 4 days ago

    THIS WAS THE BEST VIDEO ON THE CLINIQUE AFFAIR YOU TOOK US WITH YOU. THANK YOU.

  • FreeYourMind 4 days ago

    Thank you for showing some parts of Morocco that Moroccans don't get a chance to see 🙂

  • saj vlogs 4 days ago

    love the vlog from saj vlogs

  • marroquí en madrid 4 days ago

    My country💖

  • hicham zitouni 4 days ago

    so beautiful darling

  • camillia 4 days ago

    I Come from morocco

  • Malak Maya 4 days ago

    i'm a new subscriber
    i liked your vedio was sooo nice
    i recommend you to visit north morocco next time (tanger/asilah/chefchaouen/tetouen/martil. (but must to do it in summer )
    and for other seasons must to visit (ifran/meknes/agadir/ouarzazat….etc)
    there is Lot of nice places that you will like
    (greeting from morocco)

  • atharvi gupta 4 days ago

    what is the name of the background music ?

  • Huehehe Quququ 4 days ago

    Whats the back song?

  • Marcus G 4 days ago

    When I arrived to Casablanca on December 29th 2016 my checked bag with all of my clothes and gift i purchase was lost. I purchased a new bag , new clothes and gifts and when I arrived January 8th the 2nd check bag was lost also. I was not given any voucher or credit to help me throughout the duration of my trip . I have to purchase a third bag and set of clothes and gifts . I am very disappointed with the customer service that I have recieved from Royal Air Maroc. My vacation has been completely ruined because of this. 
    ** update as of february 21, 2017 I still do not have my bags or a refund. I have completed and submitted all paper work