Thursday, March 13, 2014

Disney's Frozen: Elsa Inspired Makeup

Hello everyone so I have a question, do you wanna build a snowman??? Hehe but seriously! So today;s look is inspired by Elsa from Disney's Frozen. I am obsessed with the movie but more with Elsa's makeup so I just had to re-create it. So as always I will include the actual video tutorial towards the end of this post. So if you would like to know how to get this look and see what I used just keep reading!!!

Products used on the Eyes:

  • Urban Decay Potion Primer
  • La Colors Jumbo Eye Pencil in Seashells
  • Sephora Big Mini Palette: Purple and Pale Pink
  • BH Cosmetics 120 1st Edition: light purple, dark purple/plum, reddish brown & hot pink
  • BH Cosmetics 120 4th Edition: light purple, light pink and taupe
  • The Color Workshop: Pink & Bare
  • Hot Topic Glitter Eyeliner Pencil
  • Jordana Fabu Eyeliner Pen
  • Too Faced Lashgasm Mascara
Products Used on Face:
  • Revlon ColorStay Foundation in Toast Hale
  • Elf Pressed Powder in Honey
  • Wet n Wild Coverall Concelear in 802
  • Maybelline Loose Powder in light
  • Klean Color Make Me Blush Palette: Pink blush and Contour
Products Used on Lips:
  • Wet n Wild Bare It All Lipstick
  • NYC Lipgloss in Nude New York
Brushes Used:
  • BH Cosmetics 40 Piece Brush Set: Shadow & Angled Blush brush
  • Loreal HIP Shadow Brush
  • BH Cosmetics Double Ended Travel Brush Set: Smudger, Blending and lip brush
  • Apply an eyeshdow base to keep your eye makeup in place.
  • Then I applied a white base all over the lid.
  • I then used a small shadow brush to apply a deep purple in the inner and outer corners. Be sure to keep the middle area clean.
  • I then went over the deep purple with a lighter purple shadow.
  • In the middle I applied a light shimmer purple and then went over it with a light almost pale pink shimmer shadow.
  • Then using an angled shadow brush and a mixture of a plum and reddish brown shadow you are going to apply this in the crease also under the lower lash line. Don't forget to blend.
  • Then using a fluffy shadow brush blend out the crease color with a hot pink shadow.
  • Then blend out the hot pink using a lighter pink and use a skin tone shade as a brow highlight.
  • Using a pale pink blend out the color under the lashes and apply near the inner corner.
  • Using a shimmery taupe color as the inner corner highlight.
  • Now just line your eyes and add mascara.
  • So now you're just going to do your face makeup like you normally would.
  • For a little bit on an extra "glow" I add some of the shimmery taupe color on my cheek bone as a highlight.
  • For the lips I had played around with different colors but I really like a nude lip with the look a lot better.

1 comment:

  1. There’s something special about this movie that I’m soooo addicted to it. Maybe because it tells more of sisterly love, something that’s been neglected to most of the romantic animated films. Happy enough that Frozen the movie was a sure hit at home. Lol!
    Glad to seeing your own Frozen story, I mean makeup inspiration! hehe.  Good day dear!