Disney Series: Peter Pan V2.0!

Hi everyone! Today i'm doing another look in my disney series/collab with Lisa! She is doing villains and I am doing their good counterparts! She chose to do Captain Hook today so I decided I would redo my Peter Pan look because I don't play around with greens enough!

I used mainly Sugarpill for this look, since they do such an amazing selection of greens within their loose eyeshadow range, it seemed perfect to use them! I tried to use a light green (for Peter's top) and a dark green (for his bottoms), I hope that came across!



Products Used


  • Lime Crime Candy Eyeshadow Helper
  • Sugarpill Absinthe Loose Eyeshadow applied wet all over the lid
  • Sugarpill Junebug in the crease
  • Sugarpill Tipsy just to transition. 
  • Sugarpill Stella in the crease to darken.
  • Rimmel Glam Eyes Mono eyeshadow in Glam Ice
  • MAC Lingering Eyebrow Pencil
  • Loreal Nude Magique BB Cream
  • MAC Dainty Blush
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner Pencil in Zero. 

Tutorial 



1) Start off with a clean primed eye. 
2) Apply Sugarpill Absinthe wet all over the lid and take it up a little past the crease. Leave the inner corner clean.
3) Start to create the shape you want by framing with your crease colour. 



4) Using the same dark green eyeshadow, join it to the corner of your eye. This gives the general shape. 
5) Blend the edges of that dark green well.
6) Fill in brows and add a highlight. Also add highlight to inner corner and take it in a little bit, blending with the light green. I also took Stella to darken the crease and Tipsy to smoothly transition the two colours. 



7) I used pencil eyeliner (not as harsh as liquid) to create a small flick and define the lash line. I kept the inner part of my eye clean, to really open them up.
8) Lastly add false eyelashes and smudge some eyeliner down onto the bottom waterline and lashline. 

Here is the finished result!















I hope you enjoyed this look :) Hop on over to Lisa's blog to see Captain Hook!

Comments

  1. I love this, such pretty colours. Might have a go myself :-) x

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    1. You should! I'd love to see a recreation!

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  2. so beautifuuuuuuul !!! *.*


    www.oizo2rue.blogspot.ch

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  3. I love this! And I love your cute little smile :D I don't use green enough either, which is weird since it's my favourite colour...

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  4. Gorgeous! I love this series too :) xx

    http://beautyandablogger.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you Abby! I really need to do more Disney looks!

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  5. You should do greens more, they look great on you!

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  6. This looks so pretty! Greens look fantastic on you :) And the step-by-step breakdown is so helpful! Can't wait to see the next Disney installment. It's a cute idea!

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Jen! I really need to do more Disney looks, takes a while for inspiration though! But I might *fingers crossed* have one up this week!

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  7. Love it! This is such a cute series =)

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  8. Aaaah i love this! Such a cute idea and they look awesome.
    Definitely need to experiment more with colours!

    http://cosmeticsshoppingandintoxication.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I love using colour, it takes a long time to get the confidence though!

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  9. Love it!
    Peter pan was always one of my favourite stories as a kid xD and this make up is perfect ^_^

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    1. Thank you Juyey! I'm glad I could do it justice!

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  10. So pretty:)

    http://www.opinionatedaboutopi.blogspot.ca/

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  11. Love this pictorial!
    I'm your newest follower, love your blog!! :)

    X

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    1. Thanks so much for following Sal <3

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  12. So cute! This green color combination makes your eyes super stand out too!

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