Princess Jasmine Halloween 2019 Makeup

Monday, October 28, 2019

Princess Jasmine Halloween 2019 Makeup



Hi Divas

This year, 2019 saw many classic remake films come to life on the box office. One of them of cause is the most loved Disney film Aladdin. It is honestly one of my favourite fairy tales and Jasmine is my ultimate Disney Princess. I have actually performed her character many times on stage and am therefore very familiar with her personality, overall style and characteristics. She is well known for her Middle Eastern beauty and her strong-willed personality. For my Halloween look I really wanted to portray her but did not want to follow the cliche pretty princess look. I thought of turning a ''Whole New World'' and the magic carpet ride from romantic to frightening in one magic sweep. I searched on Pinterest for some ideas and found an amazing sugar skull makeup look which I thought would be perfectly suited for Jasmine. On the one side we have her gorgeous Middle Eastern alluring eyes and on the other side she turns into a sultry sugar skull monster. Below is a guide to achieving Horror Princess Jasmine and I hope you enjoy it!


Step 1
 To start off I applied my Fenty Beauty Pro Filtr' Foundation in the shade 290, concealed with Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define in C7 and powered with Makeup Revolution Baking Powder in Ghost Finish as my base. I contoured and highlighted my face as normal using the Too faced Chocolate Gold Soleil bronzer and the Candlelight Glow highlighter. For my left brow I used my holy grail brow pomade by Anastasia Beverly Hills in Dark Brown.

Step 2
I proceeded to do both my eyes as an alluring Middle Eastern cat eye. I placed the NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk all over my eye lids with an eye shadow brush. I layered it quite thick as this is the key to making the bright colours pop. For the crease I blended a dark blue shadow from the BH Cosmetics It's Judy Time palette (no shade names) and a light blue mermaid shade Shattered from the Urban Decay Ammo palette. I constantly went back and forth blending both colours together until I was satisfied with the overall composition of the crease. On the lids I packed a deep gold shade in Creme Brulee from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette and lined my eyes with the Makeup Revolution Renaissance Flick Eyeliner, creating a deep and elongating cat eye. I then brushed on the Revolution Mascara by Makeup Revolution and opted to not wear false lashes as this mascara gives me dramatic effects.

Step 3
On to the good stuff! Using the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide on Pencil in Perversion, I drew a circle around my right eye just above my brow and under my eye socket. I filled it in using the pencil and a deep black eyeshadow in Crave by the Urban Decay Naked Basics palette. I used the exact same products and process with my skull nose shape as well. For precise lines around the nose I added a thin tip liner by Essence in Super Fine Deep Black. Take your time here and have a steady hand as this is where things can get really messy and look unprofessional. When it comes to filling in black eyeshadow in the empty spaces, be careful to slowly pack it on with a defined eye shadow brush. Fallout can get out of control if you use a fluffy brush and hurriedly dust the black shade on, ruining your foundation base.


Step 4
For the sugar skull design, I kept it as simple as possible. I decided to work with two colours being blue and white. Around the black eye, I drew mini circles resembling flower petals with the Urban Decay 24/7 liner. I then placed the NYX Jumbo Pencil within the mini circles using a tiny nail art brush as a base. After that I systematically placed a blue and white eyeshadow in Shattered and Polyester Bride from the Urban Decay Ammo palette within the circles. This too is where things can go horribly wrong, therefore take a deep breath have a sip of water and slowly do the process making sure to have a steady hand.

Step 5
After a whole hour, LOL, I glided the Nars lipstick in Shanghai Express all over my lips. This is a gorgeous deep red shade that is a comfortable matte to wear throughout the day. To carry on the skull theme, I used the Essence Super Fine liner to draw barbed wire patterns right across my mouth and cheek area. I too drew a black cobweb on my chin with the felt tip pen. To finish off the look I drew random heart and wave patterns across my forehead and face with the NYX Jumbo Pencil and dusted the shade Polyester Bride from the Urban Decay Ammo palette on top of the designs.

Step 6
For my costume I grabbed any blue and gold items I could find. I am wearing a blue dress in the photos which I finessed to allude to the Jasmine off the shoulder crop top. I used my gold leaf hair band and wrapped a bright blue ribbon around it. I too accentuated the look with some gold bling jewellery. This is seriously a Jasmine Halloween look on a budget. You don't have to go out and spend hundreds on costumes when you can use whatever you have at home and get creative!


I apologize that I did not take before and after photos of creating this look. I was so engrossed in the creative process, that I completely forgot to document it through pictures. I hope you found my walk-through step by step helpful. I do have to say that this makeup took me almost 2 hours to perfect and it is not even near perfect. I wanted to take my time and get things right. This is an easy Halloween design to do if you have a little patience and a steady hand. I truly enjoyed creating this fun Jasmine Halloween look. It is one of my favourites I have ever done. The makeup and character are timeless and expands across all generations and nationalities. Let me know what you think of horror Princess Jasmine below. ;-)


Thank you so much for reading!
Divalicious Kisses
Xxxx


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4 comments

  1. Wowza!! You look so amazing!!! Your makeup skills are so good. Loved this so much Desle. You are truly talented and so creative. 💖💖💖💖

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    1. Thank you so much for the love and compliment. It took forever to do this makeup look and it feels great when it gets appreciated. I thank you for your support. It means a lot to me. 💜💖💜💖💜💖

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  2. This is absolutely incredible! You did an excellent job. Your makeup skills are so good. Well done, Desle. You look beautiful and nailed everything from the makeup to the costume. Xxxx

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    1. Thank you Salma! Your kind words really mean a lot to me. I'm thankful for your constant support on my blog and makeup looks. Sending lots of love. 💕💕💕💕💕

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