I’m now officially doing a Disney Princess series, and today I’ll be doing a makeup tutorial inspired by Princess Jasmine from Disney’s Aladdin. I’ve already applied circle lenses using Brown Pearl Choco Lenses by OhMyKitty4U. And obviously I couldn’t resist getting the Mad Beauty Jasmine Makeup Headband. It’s a… It’s so cute and so perfect for this tutorial. There you go! So let’s get started. I’m starting with covering my eyebrows. Click the suggested video to see how I do this step by step. After priming use a higher coverage foundation in your shade. I’m then using Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage SC-3 under my eyes. Use a brown eyeliner to draw a new crease above your natural one to create a bigger lid, then smudge the line. Then, using the Desert Dusk eyeshadow palette by Huda Beauty. I’ll be using the shade ‘Desert Sand’ above the new crease. Followed by the shade ‘Musk’. So I’m starting it roughly on the side here and blending it outwards and inwards. And I’m just using the other brush with the lighter shadow just to blend the edges. Then I’m using the Afrique by Juvias palette in shade ‘Cameroon’. This is a nice warm brown, because I want a bit of a golden look for Jasmine. I’m then using Bobbi Brown in Espresso. ‘Rich Espresso’ just to darken it slightly. Applying it the beginning of the new crease and blending upwards. Redefine your crease using concealer. I noticed in some shots that Jasmine has like a slightly blue wash on her eyelid, so I want to do this and I’m going to be using the Lime Crime Bubblegum Palette, and I’m going to be using the center color called ‘Bubble’. Just add it gently and don’t press it on as you only want a hint of color Just using white khol just to lighten the inner corner of the eyes This will make them big and open. Just blending it. And then using Mac pigment in ‘Vanilla’. And just a dot right above the pupil. I’m using Inglot Black Gel and starting with a thin line and then thicker winged out at the corner Jasmine has big dramatic eyeliner. I found one of Jasmines main features is their big eyes, so instead of doing the black line underneath like she does in the cartoon, I’m going to do what I can to make my eyes bigger. To achieve this, start with white Kohl on the waterline, and brown kohl liner in the middle to make the iris look bigger. And now we’re going to use NYX Inner Eye Brightener by NYX, which is like a slightly pink color. Bright light pink. And I’m then drawing it under my eyes And then using the musk shade again to draw a shadow below it, which also will help to create the appearance of bigger eyes Use brown Inglot Gel Eyeliner in 90 and apply a line below the waterline applying with an angled brush for precision. And now I’m finally gonna get some eyebrows, and I’m gonna mix in gloss gel eyeliner in dark brown number 90 with black number 77 and I’m using an angled brush for definition. Using only black can make the eyebrows look too fake, the brown softens the color of it. Just drawing some hairs right at the start. Add a slight arch to the brow. Now I’m just using some concealer to correct the shape You want the emphasis of the curl at the outer corner, and you do this by looking towards your nose when using eyelash curlers. So now I’m gonna use the ‘Better Than Sex’ mascara by Too faced, and I’m gonna use them on my top and bottom lashes. Excuse my facial expressions. That’s one thing that I’ve started noticing after I started doing YouTube, is how many weird faces I do when I do my makeup. I’ve been really working hard just to look normal. Not working obviously. So now I’ve done my mascara I’m going to be using this Inglot 95N eyelashes And now for contouring I’m gonna mix Bobbi Brown foundation stick in ‘Alabaster’ with TV-stick in ‘White’. Apply it to accentuate the cheekbones. And on my nose And also a bit on the side of my eyes just to open them up a bit more. Blend it. And then I’m gonna contour using the Screen Face Face Creams Palette. Using this color down here. On my jaw, because she has a very defined jaw line. Also gonna do it just a little bit here just to make my face a bit more pointier. Jasmine has also a really narrow neck. So I’m just gonna contour a bit on the side as well. And blend it. And to contour my nose, I’m going to be using this Mac eyebrow pencil in ‘Fling’ for precision. I’m actually drawing a button nose even though she has a bit more of a Kind of… … long nose, it just, didn’t really work on me Now I’m gonna powder it all. I’m now going to contour a little bit further using powder mixing the Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder in Medium 2 With the Bobbi Brown Medium 2 Bronzer just because I want it to be a bit more golden, and not just too gray. And then I’m gonna use just only the sculpting powder just on the side And also just Oops… And also here ‘Cause I want that to look more like a shadow, rather than bronzed. Just a touch over across the nose there. And this look would obviously not be complete without some shining shimmering splendid So I’m going to be using this in Inglot Pigment in 121, which is a really beautiful gold shade. And now I’m going to do Jasmine’s lips and her lips are bit straighter than the ones I’m gonna draw, but I just want them a bit more doll-like for this look. Start off with an orange toned lip liner. And now I’m using Bobbi Brown lipstick in ‘Soft Coral’. I look like an 80s aerobic girl. I like it! And this is the finished look! Thanks for watching! 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