Elsa 'Frozen' Look

Thursday, 19 December 2013

Hello HoneyBee's!

Dan Took me & My sister to the Cinema Last Night to Watch the new Disney movie 'Frozen' && as predicted - I loved it! It was full of songs, cute characters and magic!!

I knew before I saw the movie that I wanted to do a Make Up Look Based on the Character Elsa, and after seeing it I was even more excited about it! She has Beautiful Porcelain skin, piercing Blue eyes, Amazing Shimmery Purple eye makeup on those Huuuge eyes of hers, and poppin' pink lips!

SOOOO .... Lets start ;)

As Allllllways, start with your face clean, make up free and dry!
For this look I am using these 'Silk Blue' contact lenses from 'Beautifeye', and I put them in before I began my make up as they sometimes make my eyes water!

I then applied this primer by MUA all over my face and neck - this evens out the complexion and allows your makeup to apply more smoothly and seamlessly!
I then applied This 'Undress your Skin' Foundation by MUA in shade 'Porcelain' all over my face and neck with a makeup wedge. I chose this light foundation as Elsa has very fair skin and I wanted to re-create that!

The next step was to conceal! I used my 'Hide&Conceal' Stick by MUA to highlight down the centre of my nose and under my eyes - I blended this in with the clean side of my makeup wedge.
I then buffed this 'Matte Perfect' Translucent powder all over my face with my Kabuki Brush to set my foundation in place and even it out!

Now its time do do your eye makeup!
I took this Pretty Pastels palette by MUA (on sale for £3 right now!) and applied the light purple all over my eye lid using a small fluffy brush - I apologise for the lack of images here, my camera didn't save some of them :/
I then applied a line of this chunky crayon by L.A Colors in 'Tropical Bliss' along my upper lash line and used my eyeshadow blending brush to wing and smoke it out into the lighter shade! This gives the eyes a little more depth and shape.

Next I created a thin stroke on my upper lash line with my Eye Definition liquid liner by collection. This gives the eye great definition and will balance out the eyeshadow against your eye colour.

I then applied a light layer of my 'LASH BOOM' mascara by MUA to separate my lashes, and I followed this by applying some false lashes on the outer corner of the eye - I used my Kissed Lashes in 'the flirty one' and just cut the outer one third of the lash off to use - this makes the eye appear very character like and open.
To make sure the lashes stay put I applied another layer of my mascara - this also helps to blend them in with your natural lashes!

Next I took my Black eyeliner pencil in 'Starry Night' by MUA, and lined the outer two thirds of my lower water line! 
Elsa had quite a dark lower waterline so this re-creates it perfectly!
I finished this off by coating my lower lashes with the same mascara.
I noticed that Elsa has quite straight brows, so I took my PowerBrow Pencil by MUA and drew these in! I didn't want them to be completely straight or it would be hard to get good facial expression, so I added a slight arch.

I wanted to create a slim nose, like Elsa, so I took this bronzing powder by MUA and gently dusted down the sides of my nose with my contour brush to narrow it.
The next step is to add in those beautiful flushed cheeks - so I took a candy pink powder blusher, like this one by MUA in shade '1', and buffed it onto the apples of my cheeks - I wanted this to be quite noticeable so I applied a little more than usual.

I loved Elsa's little freckles in the movie so I made sure to include them on my look too!
I just dotted them over my cheeks and nose using this blonde eyebrow pencil by MUA!

&& the final step, make up wise, is to fill in those lovely lips!
I am using this gorgeous pink lipstick in shade '3'  by MUA and I'm filling in my lips with this lip brush by MUA, this means I could get defined lines and a neat shape.
Elsa's lips dont have much of a cupids bow, so I decided to draw across mine to make it a little more straight! I then filled the lips in completely with the same shade!

All I did to finish off the look was add this lovely wig which I got from eBay for just £3.99 - I braided it to look like Elsa's hair and added on these cute snowflakes - which I also got from eBay!
I didn't have a blue dress so I decided to use this sheer sleeved top I had to keep in with the neutral theme!

**You might notice I also have an icicle crown on in the third image! I made this myself - you can find out how just below my 'Shop My Kit' Section! **

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Icicle Crown!

I made this icicle crown as an extra to my look - I know Elsa didn't wear one in the film but I thought it would be extra nice and fun!

I got these icicles from a local craft shop for £1.50 - you can find them in any local craft shop at this time of year! I also picked up this glue gun from the range for £6.50 and it came with 2 glue sticks which was more than enough!
I glued 4 of the icicles together at the base and then one more on each end sideways and at a slightly higher stage :)
I then cute some of this thick wire into 2 parts!

I finished the crown by wrapping the wire through the little holes at the bottom of the end 2 icicles and then gluing them down! 
If your icicles don't have these little holes, just glue them down and hold them in place until the glue dries :)
The wire should go round behind the icicles to form the band of the crown which will sit on your head!
Make sure you fold the end of the wire round so that it doesn't scratch your scalp!

I made sure this stayed on my wig by sliding some bobbypins over the wire to secure it!

I hope you all enjoyed this look as much as I loved creating it! I wish i could wear make up like this all the time - its so cute and fun!

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