Saturday, July 20, 2013

Princess Mulan Inspired Makeup Look

The day have finally come to wrap up the Disney Princess Inspired Makeup Series! Mulan was a hard one for me and I wanted it to be good. ♥ I finally found a photo of her that I liked. The colors she is wearing are kind of random, but I liked them together and thought they would make for an interesting eye look.

I had so much fun with this series and am looking forward to starting a NEW series.. The Disney Villians inspired Makeup Series! ♥ I will probably start that in the Fall though. So be on the lookout for that, and be sure to comment with YOUR favorite Disney Villian.
The colors I used to create this look are:
Shooting Star - Shimmery White, used on lid (and as a high light to brow bone and inner corner).
Show Stopper - Pink  used on crease.
Fire Cracker - Red, used on outer corner.
Navy - dark blue, used on lower lash line and blended up to outer corner on top lip with fire cracker to make a purple color.

All of these shadows were used with Shadow Poxy, and can be found at My Beauty Addiction:
Here is a live view of this look:

And just because... Here is a video of me singing Reflection:

To see more Princess Looks, click these links to see: Princess Aurora, Snow White, Princess JasminPrincess Tiana, Pocahontas, Princess Ariel, Cinderella, Megara, Rapunzel, Merida, Kida, Belle and Esmerelda.

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  1. Gorgeous eye makeup!

    Jenny Patton

  2. Absolutely loved your Reflection keek and love the Mulan look. I'll experiment with colors a bit but have applied my makeup the same way for 30 years and even though you do great saying what color you've applied where, it would be great to see a step by step how your eyes look after each color so can get a better visual how to experiment with a new look for myself.

  3. Gorgeous! The colors go very well with your coloring and show off your eyes. It's beautiful! A great experiment of color, and I liked looking through the princesses. Hope you had fun doing each one.
    Sherry Compton


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