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In this hair and make up tutorial learn how to create a great Tinkerbell fairy look for Halloween using eco friendly safe ...
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Tinkerbell Fairy Hair and Makeup Tutorial
Tinkerbell was safe nontoxic makeup. To start off, we’ve got Philosophy super beautiful tinted moisturizer. It’s got SPF which I absolutely love. We conceal it with Lavera’s concealer, set with powder. I've got Everyday Minerals finishing dust. I love this powder because it’s light and it sets your complexion. Using Splash eye sparkle, the hula-hula color, it’s a hot pink. I just applied it on my cheeks that give me that Disney innocence look.
Using Benefit’s cream shadow, tattle tale color I used it in eye base to prep my shadows and powder it off to set. I've got Fresh Minerals perfect eye palette using the white I just apply that all over the lid of both eyes. Then come in with the baby pink color on the inner corners of my eyelids.
Next, take the darker shade of pink and go in the outer corners of the eyes and into the crease of the eye. Then I take the same company Fresh Minerals and I take their turquoise lovely palette. I've got the dark color and I just followed over the hot pink that I just applied. I take Splash eye sparkle ice age color on the inner corners of my eyes and directly under my brows. I've got Splash eye sparkle hula-hula color. This is the same color I've applied on my cheeks earlier. Just apply that in the center of the eye and above the turquoise.
Be sure not to cover the turquoise. You want to keep that extra puff color. Then I take Splash eye sparkle sea squirt color and just lightly dab the outer corners of the eye. Using Loreal’s HIP pencil in black I line my eye. You want to go thicker on the corners to help open your eyes and recreate those big vital Disney Tinkerbell eyes. Using Splash eye sparkle sea squirt once again you can add smudge just all over the lining. Just apply for that great green accent, wipe off any loose mineral powder and they will fall.
Using Origins eye brightening color stick, prime the line in the corner of my eye and blending softly to give a subtle upturned eye look. Then line the inner rim of both eyes. This will help puff the light out on your eyes making it a little bigger. Using Loreal’s bare natural mascara in black I apply on top and bottom lashes. You kiss it on the caveat to find nontoxic eyelash grew. I'm going to avoid from being thick eyelashes on but to make my eyelashes looked more full I'm going to layer multiple coats of mascara emphasizing on the outer corner lashes.
Using Loreal’s bare natural pencil in light brown I'm going to round up my brows and notice that Tinkerbell had her curve on her brows instead of a point so we’ll do that. For a fun little accent I'm going to put on the stars with spirit gum. Using Fresh Minerals perfect eye palette I'm going to take the hot pink and apply that on my cheeks for light, puffy color once again. Then I apply Peacekeeper lipstick paint me content color, all over the lips. We’ll finish the lips off with Organic Wear super fruit lip gloss just in the center of the lips. Your makeup is done.
Let’s move on to your hair. Brush through any tangles. Start pulling your hair into a height pony. Before you pull it completely out of the pony leave a little bit hanging out. Wrap that leftover hair around a bun and pin. Pin your hair like crazy. Pull out some strands and make it messy. Continue molding and pinning your hair like crazy until you get it how you want it. Tinkerbell had some choppy bangs at front so I'm trying to mimic that. Adding accessories to the hair just makes it more fun. Finish off with some Lavera’s hair spray. Put on a cute, little wings and you're done.