Hello readers. Only two Princesses left in my Disney Princess make-up tutorial series. Today I have for you the heroine from one of my favorite Disney movies: Rapunzel from Tangled. Earlier this year, Rapunzel became an official Disney princess. I love her personality - sweet, fun loving, and adventurous. Also, I love her purple gown, which I took for inspiration.
Face - Begin by applying your foundation and powder to get your flawless Disney face. To get the fresh faced look, add some highlighter to the cheekbones, nose bridge, and forehead. Finish off with a light blush applied only to the apples of the cheeks for a nice flush.
Eyes - Bring on the purple! We are not going for drag queen here, but instead using the colors of the dress as inspiration. Begin by applying a plum liquid liner to the top of the eyelashes. Next, apply a white eyeliner to the bottom lashes including the waterline. If you feel comfortable, also apply this to the top water line. This is to help widen the eye and give the anime style look of the animation style of Tangled. For the eyelid, apply a neutral brown or flesh tone all over the lid up to the brow. Next take a light purple and apply to the lid only. Take a darker purple (though not too dark) and apply to the crease and just above. We want to keep this look light and fresh. Next take a white shadow and sweep from under the brow down to the inner eye.
For the last step, break out your eyeliner brush and using a bright purple (not too dark), begin by applying along the upper lash line. Extend this line out horizontally from the outer eye so it lines up with the end of your brows. Using the same color trace the bottom lash line below the lashes (so that the white liner shows) from the inner to outer eye. Be sure to start at the duct. Extend this line out parallel to to the top lash line. Finish off with mascara on the top lashes and a wee bit on the bottom lashes.
For the lips, choose a natural, but bright color. I used an intensely colored gloss for this. The overall look should be fun yet fresh without feeling too heavy.
What do you think of my Rapunzel look?