Sadness inspired simple eye make up.

Hey guys I haven’t do a make up post in a while so I thought I would keep it simple by just doing a simple eye make up. Today I have taken inspiration from my favourite Inside out character Sadness.


As you can see Sadness has different tones of blue and her hair looks glittery so I decided to add that to my make up. So lets get started.


To start of I’m taking my real techniques base shadow brush and adding this light blue colour called psychedelic from MUA’s silent disco eyeshadow palette.

I apply this blue all over the lid and going up to just under the eyebrow. This blue is very light so I had to apply a couple of more times to build up the colour.


When I was happy with this base colour I took my studio duel eyeshadow brush (the brushy end) and added it to this darker blue called glam in the same palette.

As you can see this blue is also a bit glittery so will be great for creating our Sadness look.  With the brusher end of the brush I started to fill in my eye up to where my crease in my eye happens. This brush makes it easy to draw the rounded edge I wanted. I then filled in the colour some more to make it darker.


This has made the two toned look that I wanted to show the different shades of blue that Sadness has.

I then took my Glam crystals gel liner in pow by Collection and draw a normal winged liner.


I created a thinner winged line compared to what I normal do but I wanted to keep the glitter minimal because she isn’t a glittery character its just the effect in her hair.

And thats the look. My simple Sadness inspired eye make up. I hope you enjoyed this look. If you have any characters you would like me to do a make up on let me know.

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Date With Disney

Hey guys!

I really love Disney! So when I can I like to talk, watch and write about all aspects of Disney. I have been writing a timeline on Disney from where he started and planning on ending on present day. I also love talking about Walt Disney World in Orlando. I have been there 13 times and have just booked up to go next March. So adding my love of Disney and planning I have lurched a new blog.


This blog is going to be all thing Walt Disney World. I’m going to share my tips and trick on planning and what I have learnt over the years. This first post I have in this section is When to go? It can be hard to decide when to go so I have but some tips in there on how to decide when to go.

Im also going to talk about things in the parks. My first post in this section is Most underrated Attractions in Walt Disney World. Giving you the details on those attraction that people normally miss or don’t bother with but should.

So if your planning a trip to Walt Disney World or are just interested in the Parks please go check out Date with Disney. Hope to see you there soon.

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Princess Kida/ Festival make up look

Hey everyone!

I really enjoyed doing my last inspired make up look so I decided to do another one but with a spin on it. So todays inspiration comes from Princess Kida from Disney’s Atlantis the lost empire. She is a very strong princess and I think she would be fun to do.Kida.jpgBut I also wanted to do a fun spin on it so I decided to a festival themed spin just so I could play with glitter.

(Just a side note Im not professional I’m just doing it for fun so it could maybe inspire someone.)

So to start of if you want to have a full cover look check out my this post here to see how I do my full face cover.

I have taken the colour inspiration from here outfit and hair. I will also be doing something fun with her tribal face make up. So to do my eyes Im starting off with this really bright blue called Wkd in the Revolution salvation palette. I took my Real Techniques base shadow brush and covering it all over my eyelid.


I love the way the blue looks it gives of a tribal feel to it which is great for the character that has inspired this look. Next I took this sliver colour called Gleam from the same palette.



I took my ecotools angled eyeliner brush and started on the bottom on my eye below the lash line. I then I did the top line keeping it as close to the lash line and connected them in the conner.


Next comes the fun glitter part. Kida has this great make up under her eye so I thought I would add this to the look. But this is where the festival part comes in.   203010_1236982021042_full

I am using this face glue and blue glitter to make this happen. I got the face glue and glitter in a pack from Primark which also comes which pink and white glitter too and it only cost £3.

To make the pattens I took the face glue applicator and tried to great the same of her make up. Once I did one shape i added the glitter with my finger added more where I needed it. This is all really good products it all sticks which is what you want when your out partying or at a festival.

so this is my finished look. I know its a very out there look but its not for just going to the shops. I think it makes a really interesting festive look and inspired by a great princess.

I know this is a short one but I wanted to show this quick look off.

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Ariel inspired make up!

Hey guys! So today I decided to do something fun. I have done an make up look inspired my one of my favourite Disney princess’s Ariel.


Before we get started I’m doing this for fun. Im not a professional I didn’t plan this out I just experimenting with it some things may not work but I’m just trying it out for fun.

So to start off I put on my Garnier’s pure active blemishes & shine daily mattifying moisturiser. I use this to help control the amount of spots I get and to help not make my face shinny. I got this for £6.99 at Superdrug.


These next couple of steps is doing the base of the face. I have gone thought this in my other make up post so Im not going in to to much detail but if you want to see in detail what I do check out this post here. Some of the products may be different so I will list what I’m using now.

To start of I will be putting on my primer all over my face. Im using MUA’s pro base moisturising primer. It got this for £4 from Superdrug.


Then I used MUA’s pro base eye primer to cover my eyes. I got this for £2.50 from Superdrug.


Then took my real techniques expect face brush and using’s Rimmel’s lasting finish foundation in 100 ivory to cover my face and neck to give me a full cover look. I got the foundation from superdrug for £7.99 and the brush from amazon for £7.95.


Next comes the fun bit. Im going to be doing my eyes to really reflect the colours Ariel wears. To start of I’m going to use MUA’s silent disco eyeshadow palette ( which i got from Superdrug for £4).There are three green colours in this palette but I decided to use the darker green which is called Wild.


I took my real techniques base shadow brush (which Josh got me as part of Real techniques deluxe set collectors edition from amazon for £18.95) and put the Wild colour all over my eyelid. I wanted to add this green to go with Ariels tail. When I first put the colour on it was a little lighter then I wanted it to be so I just went make and put another coat on and it was the shade that I wanted.

Next I wanted to add some purple in for the colour of Ariel’s clam bra. So I took Revolution’s Salvation palette (which I got from Superdrug for £4) and I took the darker purple colour called Me Three.


I then took Ecotools angled eyeliner brush. ( They don’t sell the set I got but you can get the same brush in a different set for £14.99 from superdrug) Once I got the colour on the brush I did a line of purple under the eye with a little flick at the conner.

I only did a thin purple line but you can do it as thick as you like. Have fun with it!

I wanted to add something to the eyes to try and reflect Ariels scales. So I took Collection’s Glam Caystals in the colour Spandex (which I got from superdrug for £2.99) This is a gel glitter eyeliner which I though this would reflect the scales great. I just added a small line of the glitter to my top lid.

Next Im moving on to my eyebrows. I wanted to do something I had never done before and colour my eyebrow. I decided to colour them red to match Ariel’s hair. So I took the same MUA palette as before and the ecotool brush I used for the purple and I brushed it in the red colour called Freak out. I then started to fill in my eyebrows with this colour. I had to fill them in a couple times as my eyebrows are very dark.

(I don’t know if the colour works as I do have very dark eyebrows so if I was doing this again I would try and lighten them a bit first before adding the colour.)

To finish of the eyes I added Clinique’s high impact mascara ( I got this one free with a magazine but I’m sure you can find it easy online.)


The next thing I did was add some highlight to add to the mermaid feel. I used Revolution ultra chroming due stick (which I got from superdrug for £5) I used the lighter colour to add a bit of shimmer to my cheek bones. Once I added the colour I rubbed it to great a shimmer. 18425606_1541792239177825_97505431_n

The last step is to add some colour to the lips. I wanted to add a bright red for Ariels hair. I used MUA’s luxe in flare (I don’t think they sell this anymore) This added the bright red to the lips. (this comes off very easy so if you want something to last go with something else.)


And there we go a make up look inspired my Ariel.


If you liked this let me know as I would like to do more make ups inspired by characters. You can follow me on my social media (buttons on the side). You can also follow the blog to know when I post next. Hope you guys enjoyed this and I will see you next time.