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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Ariel // The Little Mermaid // Halloween With Hannah

Products & Tools

  • L'Oreal Infallible Mattifying Base Primer
  • Make Up Forever HD Foundation in N110
  • Seventeen Phwoarr Paint Concealer in Fair
  • Soap & Glory 2 in 1 Archery Eyebrow Pencil in Hot Chocolate
  • Maybelline Colour Tattoo in Endless Purple
  • Maybelline Sensational Mascara in Black
  • Rimmel Waterproof Eyeliner in Black
  • Eyelure False Lashes in Definition No 110
  • Rimmel Eyeliner in White
  • Bourjois Blush Pot in Golden Rose
  • Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in Elusive
  • Real Techniques Buffing Brush
  • Sponges
  • Ariel Wig / Red Wig

Step One

I started with the wig cap on and primed my face using the L'Oreal Mattifying Primer. I then went ahead and concealed any blemishes and dark circles.

Step Two

Taking my Real Techniques Buffing Brush I applied the MakeUp Forever HD Foundation as it's a very good dewy coverage. The reason I used this over a mattifying primer is because I can find it looks very shiny in flash images. I chose not to powder but if you want to set in the foundation go ahead. 

Step Three

I filled in my brows naturally, after the trouble I had with my Merida look and decided not to even go there with a red lip liner. 

Step Four

Using my finger, I applied a creamy eyeshadow in purple all over my eyelid. I decided on the Maybelline Colour Tattoo as it is so pigmented and the perfect purple for Ariel. I then tight lined using a Black Liner, applied White Liner to the bottom water line and applied one coat of mascara to the top and bottom lashes. Ariel has very flutter like eyelashes so I applied Eyelure's Definition Lashes in No 110 which I am in love with.

Step Five

Taking a sponge I applied blusher to the apples of my cheeks creating a very rose-y look being careful not to make myself look flushed. I then applied my Revlon Lip colour.

Step Six

Add either a red wig or Ariel wig and you're done.




This was very fun to create and was glad I chose a purple base than green. A lot of tutorials I've seen go for a green shadow but I found it didn't suit me as I have dark eyes.

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