Monday, December 30, 2013

Disney's Frozen Elsa Makeup Inspired Look

I am so excited for today's makeup look because I'm doing an inspired look from Disney's latest animated movie, Frozen! I watched the movie Thanksgiving weekend with my mom and niece and ever since I've been wanting to do a makeup look based on the Snow Queen, Elsa. My 5 year old niece, Desiree, couldn't get over the movie and asked for everything Frozen related for Christmas. I actually bought her the Elsa costume as well as an Elsa and Anna sleepwear and my mom bought her a very pretty Anna costume too.

Let's head on to the makeup before I continue babbling on about other stuff. I would just like to say that this look is bit of a toned down just because I wanted this to be more wearable and because I don't have that much lid space when I open my eyes for the purple and cranberry shades to show up. ^^


Face/Cheeks:


  • Covergirl Outlast Stay Fabulous 3 in 1 Foundation in Medium Beige - I laid on a foundation that is a shade lighter than my actual skin tone for a brighter and fairer skin that looks close to Elsa's.
  • Kat Von D Lock It Tattoo Concealer in Medium 28 - Covering up those dark circles with concealer.
  • NYX Powder Blush in Bourgeois Pig - With an angled brush, dust on a bright pink blush for that wind-blown cheek color.
  • MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Blonde - For a more frosty look, apply a peachy-pink highlighter on the tops of the cheeks and the nose.
Brows:
Wet n Wild Brow Kit - I'm just lightly filling in my brows with the light shade in the kit.

Eyes:

  • For eyes, I used the Urban Decay Primer Potion in Original as my eyeshadow primer and then I used NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk all over the lid, blending it out with my finger. I'm using this white pencil as a base for a more vibrant color pay-off.

  1. Apply a vibrant purple shade all over the lids, either matte or a satin finish, packing on the color using a flat shader brush. Bring this shade on the lower lash line with the tip of the same shadow brush.
  2. Mixing a purple and fuchsia shade, apply to the inner and outer part of the lids (as shown in the photo above). This will add dimension to the eyes.
  3. Apply a dark brown shade or even a charcoal colored shadow to the crease area to define the eyes using a crease brush.
  4. Apply a brown shade with red undertones - I'm using a light warm brown shade for this one. You can use a brick colored shadow or a cranberry shade to make it exactly as Elsa's. Blend out everything seamlessly with a blending brush.
  5. Apply a pink, frosty shadow in the middle of the lids with a flat brush or your finger.
  6. Lastly, place a matte, nude shade on the brow bone for a highlight.
  •  Line the eyes with a liquid liner (Urban Decay 24/7 Waterproof Liner in Perversion) thickly, apply a black liner to the upper and lower waterline (NYX Glide On Pencil in Jet Black)
  • Curl lashes, apply mascara (Maybelline Colossal Volum' Express Mascara Waterproof) and falsies (Ardell Natural Wispies)


Lips:
  • Lime Crime Lipstick in Retrofuturist - Apply a berry shade of lipstick. This is a nice red lipstick but once you blot it out it will leave a nice berry stain on the lips.

Just braid the hair to the side and you can get Elsa's look! 


 
And here's my niece, Desiree, channeling Elsa! I did her makeup too but only lightly. ^^




I hope you like this! If you haven't watched the movie yet, you definitely should! 

Oh, and Happy New Year! There's more to come for Urhappybunnie in 2014 so I hope you stay with me next year! I'm gonna be putting up a post on the first or the second so stay tuned. I'll also get back to your comments once I get more free time. 

Love you ladies! Always stay pretty! ^^








29 comments:

  1. You look so pretty, that lipstick suits you perfectly! And how adorable is your niece! I'm also gonna be posting my elsa make up look soon too :) xx

    emilykebeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! The lipstick is truly lovely and I have been loving it!

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  2. Such a great look!
    Your niece is so cuteee!

    http://relocatewonderland.blogspot.gr/

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  3. Awwww your niece (and you!) look adorable! Hahaha. I saw this movie the other day and thought the exact same thing--I need to go make a makeup tutorial! :D I want to do a darker version of this. It would be awesome if a bunch of us bloggers did a Disney Princess collabo.

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    1. I wanna see you version! ^^ I would love to do that Disney Princess Collab makeup look :) Just give me a buzz in any social media and I'd join the train! ^^

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  4. You did such an awesome job on the makeup for you and your cute sister- twinnies with Elsa the queen! <3 I just watched the movie during the weekend and enjoyed it:) Happy New Year, gorgeous!xx

    Chic Nikkie

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    1. The movie is so great! Yep, we really are twinnies! I'd post up an Anna look too since I actually did my niece's hair and makeup for her too.

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  5. Nice tutorial! I'm always looking for more ways to wear color on my eyes
    Haven't seen Frozen yet though :3
    x atelier zozo

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    1. This is definitely a good way to wear color on the eyes! I admittedly haven't worn a lot of colorful shadows since college and I'm just finding ways to put more color back into mine too! :) Frozen is a must see movie!

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  6. awww your niece is so cute, Joanne ^^
    and love your eye makeup, you did well on translating her look into more wearable look :D

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    1. I think I have too much influence on clothes and makeup on my niece that she's growing up so girly.

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  7. What a gorgeous look that would be perfect for NYE parties! Great tutorial!

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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  8. The movie was AMAAAAZING. <3 I love the sound track more than anything I've heard recently. Let It Go has been stuck in my head for the past week- HAHA
    Thank you for much for the tutorial! <3 I love the purple you used~

    http://pandagin.blogspot.com/

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    1. Let it go is stuck on my head too! Have you heard Hyorin's version of it?

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  9. wow!! this is just amazing joanne! me and my siblings are obsessed with frozen (and we're 22, 25, & 30y/o)! haha. Ur niece' pic is the cherry on top of your post!

    Happy new year dear!

    xx,
    Yappy | littledreamersavenue.blogspot.com

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    1. Never too old for a Disney movie Yappy! :) I love the movie!

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  10. Another awesome tutorial! Your makeup looks exactly like Elsa! I haven't watched " Frozen" yet but I like the song "let it go." Aw, your niece is cute! :)

    chuonie.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Chuonie. Yeah my niece lloves getting dolled up.

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  11. Oh dang! I love this look on your Joanne!!!! It makes you look very adorable and cute! :) The colors really match with you! I love the eye makeup! ;D

    fairywater79.blogspot.com

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    1. Mizu! I'm gonna email you super soon. I'm glad you like this. :)

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  12. Wow, both of you look so pretty with this makeup look!
    Anyways, I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award:
    http://secretsofcamille.blogspot.it/2014/01/the-versatile-blogger-award.html

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    1. Thanks for nominating me Camille! I really appreciate it!

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  13. Love this look, you look beautiful :-)

    Love, Christine♥
    http://christineiversen.blogspot.com

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  14. 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 be reading your own Frozen thoughts and this make up of you and that cutie is terrific! haha must learn too!.  Good day dear!
    http://meowchie.snydle.com/frozen-the-movie.html

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