8 Disney Makeup Looks You Can Totally Do At Home

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It's amazing what a bit of eyeshadow and flick of lipstick can do.

Because watching Disney isn't enough - we want to look like the characters too! 

Here's how you can achieve the Disney look with makeup alone, without looking like you've hit the fancy dress box! 

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The White Queen

Bold lips isn't always best. Try a more neutral red for a look like the White Queen in Alice in Wonderland



A photo posted by janet (@rubiredlipstick) onJun 14, 2016 at 1:53pm PDT

Take inspiration from good old Goofy by using a bronze eyeshadow for the top eyelid and a gold eyeshadow for underneath your eye. Be bold and opt for a brown lip - but make sure you highlight your nose and cheekbones to make sure you don't get a sunken look. 

Daisy Duck


A photo posted by (@psycho.allure) onJun 13, 2016 at 10:32am PDT

If you want to achieve a fun look, Daisy's pink and purple look will work for you! Make sure that you break up the block colours with some eyeliner - the big eyelashes are not necessary! 



A photo posted by Marxis (@vs_incolor) onApr 20, 2016 at 12:19pm PDT

Who says that you have to take inspiration from the goodies? The bad guys can look just as great! If you're feeling dark and bold, opt for a daring, deep blue, metallic lipstick.

Princess Tiana

Princess Tiana's clean cut, stripped back look can totally be achieved at home. It's all about the subtle colour added to the lips.



A photo posted by @larajoannariley onApr 26, 2016 at 12:20pm PDT

Okay so you don't have to go for the whole rams-horns-on-the-head thing but you can use purples to give you a Maleficent look. Don't overdo it though, you don't want to look like you've got a black eye. And a choker to complete the look.

Snow White 


A photo posted by Shannon (@heypretty_mua) onMar 30, 2016 at 8:49am PDT

If you're naturally pale and there's no amount of fake tan that can save you, then why not embrace it and go for a bright red lipstick instead. 



A photo posted by Shelbi Mattison (@shelbimattison) onMar 12, 2016 at 10:53am PST

The key to the Elsa look is to not over do it. Pale pinks are a must. 

Happy transforming!