Achieving a Snow White makeup look is easier than you think, when you use Colourpops Disney Villains Misunderstood makeup collection. In the first video, Reenie Panzini (my BFF) will give me Snow White makeup. She uses a lot of her own products, which she explains how to use along the way.
In the second video, Reenie uses the same Snow White makeup as a base (even the same lipstick), then adds to the look to make me up as the Evil Queen. Her entire process would be fantastic for bounding at Disney World or Disneyland. You could spend the day as Snow White, then turn into the Evil Queen for nighttime.
You can find a complete list of the products she used at the bottom of this blog post.
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Snow White Makeup
Snow White’s look is soft and sweet, with bright red lips.
Reenie’s Makeup Tips
Instead of using a concealer, use a foundation that’s a shade or more lighter than your base foundation. It’s cheaper and it works just as well. Snow White has very bright under-eyes.
Define your eyebrows well. Eyebrows framer your face. Without distinct eyebrows, you just go from your eyelids to your hair. If you use a brow pencil of color, use a shade that’s the same as or lighter than your hair.
When you’re defining your lips, start at the edge of your lip with the lip liner, then draw a dash toward the center of your mouth. You have less chance of making a mistake when you’re lining your lips.
Always buy full coverage foundation. If you buy light coverage foundation, it won’t work as well.
Me as Snow White
What do you think? Let me know in the comments.
Evil Queen Makeup
Now it’s time for Evil Queen makeup, which is heavy on eyeshadow and contouring.
Reenie’s Makeup Review
Colourpop Disney Villains Misunderstood eye makeup palette is very creamy, but they’re not creamy to a fault. They won’t get stuck in any lines.
The matte colors in the eye palette are very almost a chalk. They went on smooth and blended very well.
Colourpop eye makeup is definitely worth buying. It has a lot of different kind of combinations you could do.
As for the Colourpop Disney Villains Misunderstood lipstick, it didn’t smudge or feather. It’s a real matte, so the red that we used for Snow White works for the Evil Queen. It’s very smooth, very dry matte. But it doesn’t crack or flake.
Me as the Evil Queen
How does that evil eyeshadow look? Tell me in the comments.
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