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Disney Inspired: Pocahontas From Pocahontas

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I am back again this month with another princess and I think at this point I kind of have to continue with the princess theme until I run out, last month was Ariel and I’ve been doing princesses for a little while now. I think I have done 7 out of 14 now, which means I am half way through so I’m probably going to keep on going with this theme, which means you guys knew what all of the characters will be for the rest of the year basically. Anyway, today I am focusing on Pocahontas, so let’s jump right on in.

These are my inspiration pictures, along with an eye look I decided not to share mostly because it didn’t end up looking quite like I wanted it to. I also chose these pictures because they are very simple and straightforward, which is kind of the look that I wanted to go for when I decided to do Pocahontas. It seemed fitting to do something more wearable and simple, now let’s take a look at that look.

Eyes: Too Faced Shadow Insurance, Wet ‘N Wild Creme Brulee Eyeshadow, Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance in Warm Taupe and Burnt Orange, Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture in Cube, Urban Decay Electric in Gonzo, NYX Matte Liquid Liner, Stila Smudge Stick in Cobalt,  and Tarte Tartiest Mascara. Face:  Hourglass Mineral Primer, Maybelline Superstay Foundation, Colourpop No Filter Concealer, Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder, Physicians Formula Butter Blush in Vintage Rouge, The Body Shop Honey Bronzer, Essence Eyeshadow in Snowflake, Fiona Stiles Micro Precision Brow Sculpting Pencil in Neutral Brown and Mac Fix + Coconut. Lips: Sephora #Lipstories in Love Love.

And that is my Pocahontas look, maybe not the most obvious of all my princesses but a look that is simple and I quite enjoy. I think if I told you which character it was, it’s not really that hard to see. Anyway, I am quite content with this character this month and the look overall.

Which should my next princess be?

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