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7 Beauty Looks To Unleash Your Inner Disney Princess

Aurora

2.  Aurora

Princess Aurora (also known as Sleeping Beauty and Briar Rose—hence her identity crisis) has a more subtle makeup look than Jasmine's, but it can still add some fun to your day, and it's also more versatile, depending on which Aurora you're choosing to portray! Towards the beginning of the film, Briar Rose is an innocent young woman frolicking in the forest as she hunts for berries--and her appearance is in line with that rustic, woodsy charm. Replicate Briar Rose's aesthetic with some brown mascara (focusing on the top lashes, not the bottom ones), just the slightest hint of brown eyeshadow on the lower lash line, and a generous amount of taupe eyeshadow on your lid (which can easily be applied with your ring finger). You could use any pale, soft, and relatively nude color for the eyeshadow, and feel free to mix in some sandy, grey, or even deep green hues if you're feeling adventurous! Finish by dabbing on some tinted lip balm, and just remember: with Briar Rose's look, subtlety is key.   

Subtlety still reigns supreme when Briar Rose has learnt of her royal identity and become Princess Aurora, but there's a bit more sparkle to be found with this second look. Stick to the brown mascara, but first embrace tight-lining by focusing some deep brown eyeshadow (or liner) right in the bed of the upper lashes and winging it out just a little. Keep the same taupe eyeshadow, but now add some gold shimmer on top of it, too—and then incorporate the pièce de résistance: some pink (or blue), as sparkly shadow. This may sound like a lot of color to deal with, but if you apply the shadow sparingly and keep the liner on the upper lash line, then the end result will be a soft, gorgeous, whimsical look that's in keeping with Aurora's style. But we're not done yet!   

The last two elements of Sleeping Beauty's makeup looks? Contour and curl. This princess has some particularly enviable cheekbones, and a little blush, highlighter, or bronzer will help accentuate yours (which are also fantastic, we're sure!). It might be best to choose just one or two of these products; if you highlight the tops of your cheekbones and contour underneath them (and contour your jawline), then skip the blush, and if you choose blush, then use that as a soft contour. Add some curl to your hair via curlers, product, or your own natural waves, and voilà! You've successfully assembled a beautiful look in the style of Sleeping Beauty (black headband or crown, optional).  Photo credit Kandee Johnson on YouTube

 
 



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