We’re obsessed with Frozen in our house, so when I got a shipment of pigments from Glamour Doll Eyes Cosmetics, containing lots of purples and pinks, I knew what I had to do. Elsa Makeup Tutorial!
This is a very simple Makeup Tutorial, using just a few colors and with a bit of practice, anyone can master it! It is going to come in handy come October when all the little girls want to be Elsa for Halloween!
Start by collecting your supplies. You’re going to need, face and eye primers, a light colored full coverage foundation, I’d say at least one shade lighter than you wear, translucent powder, pink blush, liquid liner, magenta lipstick, brown brow pencil/gel, bronzer, mascara, and eye shadows in light brown, pink, purple and white.
The shadows I used from Glamour Doll Eyes makeup were Unicorn (light pink with silver/white sparkle), Electric Chair (shimmery, satiny/velvety white), Behind the Scenes (metallic-ish brown with gold and bronze sparkle) and Lace Panties (light pink/purple with gold undertones).
Start by moisturizing and priming your face, use whatever you like using and what you’ve found to work for you.
Apply your foundation with a damp sponge, blending upward into the hairline.
Dust your entire face with a translucent powder to set your foundation.
Prime your eyes with your favorite primer, or cream shadow. Starting with Behind the Scenes, and using a fluffy blending brush, create a light shadow in your crease, blending upward. Elsa has very large, deep set eyes, so we need to create an illusion of having them as well.
Using Unicorn, lightly blend into your crease, careful not to cover up the shadow we created. I love that these pigments blend and build with each other so well, other shadows I’ve used before sometimes get lost in each other.
Taking a flat shadow brush, pack Lace Panties onto your lid, patting lightly. (There’s something I’ve never said before…) It layers really well, and builds great! Bring a bit down under your bottom lash line, and blend out.
Next, use Electric Chair to blend out the inner corner of your eye.
Continuing up onto the brow bone, blend and highlight with Electric Chair. I really love this white color for highlighting the brow bone!
Apply pink blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend upward toward the temple.
If you want to (but it’s totally optional) contour the hollows of your cheeks with a matte brown shadow or bronzer.
You can also use an extra bit of foundation to go back in and highlight and contour your nose to make it slimmer, and under your eyes to clean up fallen shadow and make your eyes pop a bit more.
Elsa has prominent brown brows, so use your pencil or gel to shape them and clean them up. Apply a thick line of liquid liner, and finish it up with 2 coats of black mascara (or false lashes).
Finish up by applying a magenta shade of lipstick and blotting to remove excess.
And you’re done! Braid your hair into a messy loose braid on the side and admire your Elsaness. For an extra added effect, embody her smarmy sexy confidence.
I really like the Glamour Doll Eyes pigments, they are rich, long lasting, and really affordable! They very easily blended for this tutorial and the shimmer is really great too! Special Thanks to Glamour Doll Eyes for allowing me to try and review their awesome pigments!
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This post was Sponsored by Glamour Doll Eyes, and I received samples to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are my own.