Monday, April 28, 2014

Elsa from Frozen: Eye Makeup Tutorial

Upon the Disney Frozen craze and the fact that the animators at Disney have created some 
of the most beautiful princesses we've seen yet with Elsa being the shining star as far as makeup is concerned. The new spirit and look that Disney has taken on for their princesses since Rapunzel includes eyes big enough to hold all of these spunky, independent girls' dreams. With great hair and makeup Disney has created princesses for a new generation, proving that you don't need a man to rescue you just one to love you. Awwww! now for the makeup.
What you'll need:
1)Zephyr Eyeshadow by Urban Decay
3) Jilted 4) Urban from the Electric Palette by Urban Decay
Eden Primer Potion by Urban Decay
Smudge Crayon by Stila
Smoky Extravagant Mascara by Makeup For Ever
Lash Lite 330 by Ardell
I started by priming my eyelids with Eden because of its matte/nude finish that would amplify color.
I then used 1)Zephyr to highlight my inner corners and brow bone. Then take 2)Glitter Rock all over the eye. This shadow will give you that shimmering, magical look Elsa has in the movie.
Then take 3)Jilted and put it all over the lid in a dome shape with a little winged affect at the top outer corner to create the large eye look. Next go in with 4)Urban in the crease to create dimension and depth. Be sure to blend the to colors well.
Then take your two liners from Stila using the liquid on top and coming down the very slightest around the outer corner and the Smudge Crayon on bottom to line your waterline.
Now that your eyes are all done it's time for the lashes. 
I then took the Heavy Metal liner and did a line along the bottom outer quarter of my eyes and finished off the look with mascara.
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xoxo,
Amanda
"Let someone love you just the way you are --as unattractive as you sometimes feel, and as unaccomplished as you think you are. To believe that you must hide all the parts of you that are broken, out of fear that someone else is incapable of of loving what is less than perfect, is to believe that sunlight is incapable of entering a broken window and illuminating a dark room." -Marc Hack