Frozen Princess Anna Halloween Makeup Tutorial 2016 | Lillee Jean
Elsa this, Elsa that! What about Princess Anna? Ya’ know, the “love is an open door”, character? Strawberry Blonde hair ring a bell?! HANS?! In my opinion this Norwegian beauty is forgotten by most, as her sister, Elsa, slays away stealing little girls hearts…being a role model, DUH. Despite her dresses being more traditional, thus it doesn’t quite appeal the same as Elsa’s wardrobe, she does encompass unique features I haven’t seen on Disney Princesses yet! For example, the strawberry blonde hair, as mentioned before. Many of the princesses either have blonde, black, brown, or straight red hair, a variation is pleasant to come across! Not to mention the fact, all Frozen, human characters, were drawn DIFFERENTLY than in earlier years, as they have rounder faces, longer necks, and svelte bodies that happen to be more lifelike. Thinking back to the classics such as Snow White, and such, you will notice the Frozen characters set the stage for the fact a women DOES NOT need to depend on a man to yield happiness. Although it feels amazing to know someone out there cares deeply for you, dependence is where most get left off! With allllll that being said, down below will be a DIRECT cosplay mimicking Princess Anna, as well as an inspired make up tutorial DIRECTLY inspired by her dress. Do be noted cosplay is what you make of it! If you have ravishing dark hair, and feel most comfortable rockin’ it with flushed cheeks and freckled skin, GO FOR IT! Also, be sure to keep in mind you DO NOT need to contour your features, nor mold your face to resemble any character known to man. They’re characters, cartoons. Not HUMAN, nor lifelike. Let’s not have any Barbie complexes, please!
Time to Complete This Tutorial: 22 1/2 Minutes
Notes: Freckled Natural Skin Finish, Halloween, Wearable, Inspired, Adorable
*Marc Jacobs Under Cover Perfecting Coconut Face Primer
*Nars Sheer Glow Foundation, Gobi
Morphe M439 Deluxe Buffer; One (1) Pump of Primer
*Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, Auburn
E.L.F Studio Stipple Brush
*Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush, Radiant Magenta
Pro Precision Blush Brush #73 Sephora Collection
*YSL Glass Volupte, 202 Rose Jersey
*Fresh Seaberry Oil
*Mac Cosmetics Prep + Prime Fix+
Pictured above is my inspired makeup look! I shall skip ahead to the eye makeup, since the face makeup is EXACTLY the same from my Cosplay tutorial. Perhaps for those who don’t wanna’ dress up completely, this would be a better option! Be aware, this does require a certain skill level. Presume the eyebrows, falsies, and mascara were NOT wiped off, nor taken off! I actually transitioned quite smoothly into the featured look below. Find out how, by readin’ along!
** means the product was NOT removed from the Cosplay tutorial
* *Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, Auburn
*Morphe Brushes Singular Eyeshadow Pan(s): Sassy (lid, lower lash line); Breakfast At Tiffaneez (cut crease smoke); B.A.M. (cut crease definition)
Morphe E22 Pointed Blender; Mac 231 Brush
*Urban Decay Glitter Eyeliner, ACDC (lower lash line)
*Cover Fx Cream Foundation, G20
*Colourpop Creme Gel Liner, Teaspoon
*Revlon ColorStay Skinny Liquid Liner, Black Out
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