2018 · beauty · makeup

Disney Inspired: Merida From Brave

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It is time for another Disney inspired makeup look which means that it is time for another princess inspired look, mostly because I am now trying to finish up all of the princesses because I am over half way there at this point. Last month was a classic and proper Disney Princess, Cinderella and this month is all about a more wild and fun princess, Merida. Let’s just jump on into this one.

These are the photos that I chose for Merida, partly because I think this embodies Merida the best and partly because I wanted to try something a little more wild and untamed, so that’s why I chose these two photos as my inspiration this week.

Eyes: Nyx White Base, Bad Habit After Dark Palette in the shades Swipe Right, Rosy Glow, Cheeky, Crush on Me and Slip Dress, Bad Habit Solstice in Helios, Too Faced Sketch Marker in Smokey Emerald, Tarte Tarteist Mascara, and Wet ‘N Wild Skinny Waterproof Mascara. Face: Mac Strobe Cream, Makeup Revolution Foundation Stick in F1, Colourpop No Filter Concealer in Fair 5, Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder, Anastasia Beverly Hills Foundation Stick in Fawn, Too Faced Love Flush Blush in How Deep Is Your Love? and Colourpop Smokin’ Whistles. Lips: Lancome Shaker in Cloudy Candy.

And that is my look inspired by Merida, something a little bit out there and nothing I’ve ever actually done before, but something that I think is a rather good inspired by Merida. I wish it was a little bit better structured but overall I am content.

Which princess should I do next?


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