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New Year's Eve Makeup Look Inspired by Disney's Frozen

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I promised you guys at least 1 New Year's look and I've actually just posted my second one! I'm having a hard time digging up the energy to do a lot right now, but hopefully once my heart meds are all sorted I'll be back to 100%.

We saw Frozen (the animated movie) back on Thanksgiving and I have literally been dreaming about doing a wearable look inspired by the gorgeous color scheme of the movie since! Who doesn't want to be a wintry princess that saves herself?! I am a huge fan of winter colors (New Englander, what can I say?) and I love sparkle for New Year's Eve--all of which worked perfectly with the theme of this look. I had purchased the 2 Lit Cosmetics Kits released at Sephora earlier this holiday season and been dying to use them, so this was the perfect excuse to crack open Tinsel Town.

This look is light and frosty, but my second look is darker and more sultry so you can choose which to use for inspiration depending on your preference--check it out if you prefer something darker for New Year's.

I have shots of both my full face as well as close-up eye shots below. I've also included a full product list in case you want to replicate all or part of this look!


New Year's Eve Makeup Look Inspired by Disney's Frozen


I took these shots using natural winter light (love it), but given all the snow we have it does tend to wash out some of the color. In person the crease was deeper in hue, but given my eye shape it's less easy to see in face shots anyway (my phone was able to better pick up the depth of the crease color in this shot I shared earlier on instagram). You can see it better in individual eye shots below.

I'd like to note that no editing was done to the photos to alter my complexion aside from cropping and watermarking--Whip Hand Cosmetics Set the Stage Primer and Rouge Bunny Rouge foundation are that good!

new year's eve makeup look inspired by disney movie frozen


new year's eve makeup look inspired by disney movie frozen
Here's a view from above to better show you the shading in the eyes 


New Year's Eve Makeup Look Inspired by Disney's Frozen - Up Close Eye Shots


I took closer eye shots both in natural light and artificial to give you an idea of what this eye looked like more accurately. You can see the Lit Cosmetics glitter in these shots really well. I wanted the glitter to give the look a sparkly frozen effect working its way across the eye from the inner corner out. It's noticeable in person, but my camera had a harder time catching it in the full face shots above--you can see it better below.

new year's eve makeup look inspired by disney movie frozen
Taken indoors under a daylight bulb (which tends to yellow everything a smidge)

new year's eve makeup look inspired by disney movie frozen
Natural lighting (keep in mind we're in the middle of winter here so the snow affects the light)


Products Used

I have created a complete list of the products used int his look and noted where they were used!

Face (began with freshly cleansed face)

  • Kaia Natural 24HR Face Moisturizer (all over face)
  • Whip Hand Cosmetics Set the Stage Face Primer (all over face)
  • Rouge Bunny Rouge Time Defying Foundation in Quinoa Cream (all over face using Wayne Goss foundation brush--review coming once I've had a chance to use it more)
  • Kett Cosmetics Fixx Creme Blush in Morocco (contour)
  • Make Up For Ever HD Blush in #5 (cheek bones)
  • Make Up For Ever Sculpting Blush #08 (blended over HD Blush on cheek bones)
  • Make Colour Solstice Bronzer in Warm #3 (around edges of face)
  • Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette (incandescent light used to highlight, dim light used all over face)

Eyes

  • Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base (all over lid)
  • Sugarpill Tako (inner half of upper lid)
  • Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy (dabbed onto middle portion of upper lid)
  • Fyrinnae Futuristic Glamrock (patted over pixie epoxy on upper lid)
  • MAC Indian Ink (crease and blended out a bit)
  • Inglot 428 (outer v, deepest part of crease)
  • Inglot 361 (blended into outer edges of crease color)
  • Inglot 351 (blended under brow and into edges of 361)
  • Lit Cosmetics Clearly Liquid Glitter Base (applied to inner 3/4 of upper lid from inner corner out)
  • Lit Cosmetics Tinsel Town glitter (patted onto inner 3/4 of upper lid over glitter base)
  • Inglot 05 (under lower lashline)
  • Fyrinnae Marshmallow Puffs (blended lightly into inner corner to soften edge)
  • Sugarpill Lumi (patted over Inglot 05 and into inner corner over Marshmallow Puffs)
  • Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes 0L pencil liner (tightlined/lower waterline
  • Make Up For Ever Aqua Smoky Lash (lower lashes)
  • Faux Lash in Collete
  • Inglot 565 (brows)

Lips

  • Urban Decay Ozone (lined and filled lips)
  • MAC Pink Friday (all over lips)
  • MAC Lavender Whip (patted into center for subtle reverse gradient) 

I think that's everything! I'm planning to post separate reviews in the next week or two for the new Lit Cosmetics glitters I purchased and received over the holidays as gifts, the 2 Wayne Goss makeup brushes I got from the Hubs and the Rouge Bunny Rouge Age Defying Foundation so keep an eye out! 

Have you planned out your New Year's look yet?

14 comments :

  1. Oh my goodness! This is GORGEOUS!

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  2. I. LOVE. THIS. SO. MUCH. Ahhh Doria!

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  3. That is simply gorgeous. And so are you!

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  4. Beautiful look! I'm seeing the movie for the first time tomorrow. :)

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    1. Oh fun!!! I loved it :)

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  5. This is GORGEOUS! You are seriously so talented. I hope you feel 100% better soon!

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    1. Thank you! Hopefully sooner rather than later ;)

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  6. This is beyond beautiful! Loving the look!

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  7. So gorgeous! Hope you feel better soon! <3

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    1. Thank you! And thanks ;) I'm not doing super great on the new meds so we'll see where we go from here! Heart stuff is a pain ;)

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