Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Cinderella Inspired Prom Makeup!

I went and saw the Cinderella movie about a month ago and it was so amazing! Dare I say it's even better than the original animated one?! All of the costumes, hair, makeup, and everything else was so gorgeous! I seriously fell in love within the first five minutes. I also love the message of "have courage and be kind" that they drive to the audience throughout the whole movie.
Since I loved the movie so much, I did a makeup look for prom inspired by it! I had so much fun doing this, and what girl doesn't want to look like Cinderella for prom?!


 I used the colors in my Naked 1 and 3 palette for this look since they both have really pretty soft pinks! I wanted this whole look to be really glowy and soft since Cinderella really doesn't wear a lot of harsh makeup in the movie, even during the ball.

I also used the "skintuitive" lipgloss from Tarte for this look, and it changes into a different color for each person! It was so cool watching the color change.

Here is my YouTube video where you can watch how I got this look! :)

Well I just wanted to do a quick post showing this look! I'm a freshman in college so I of course am not going to prom, but I thought this might be helpful for those of you going to prom! I know I always had the hardest time deciding what makeup to wear for prom.

Have you seen the new Cinderella?

Thank you so much for reading, and have a wonderful day! :)

6 comments:

  1. Love this look! I haven't seen the new Cinderella movie yet but I really want to since you've said it's better than the animated one! I can't wait!

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    1. Thank you! And yeah you should definitely go see it! :)

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  2. Beautiful soft look! I really want to see Cinderella!

    Renee | Lose The Road

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    1. Thank you! :) And you really should I loved it so much!

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  3. Very pretty natural look!

    Jenan
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