Needing to get your princess glam on? ColourPop has a new, luxurious solution.
The Designer Disney collection from ColourPop is based around a masquerade ball, and every Princess is attending. The Los Angeles-based cosmetics brand is completely vegan and cruelty free in each of its products, plus its surprisingly affordable.
If you're not the sweet princess type, but identify with the evil Disney villains, there's another darker collection for you. Or if you don't need a new makeup collection, but want to feel like a Disney Princess, test out the sheet masks that make you look exactly like the famous characters.
Shop the entire limited edition boxed collection featuring every princess's lip kit and blush or highlighter compact, plus the eye shadow palette based on the characters and films. This box would make for an amazing present for any Disney and makeup lover. The dreamy artwork and illustrations featured on the collection are just as gorgeous as the makeup itself.
All of the liquid lipsticks are named after the Princesses' beaus, so Rapunzel's velvety rose plum shade is called Flynn. Although it could also be referred to as Eugene Fitzherbert. The cool toned pink blush, Floating Lights, is exactly the bubblegum pink shade you'd imagine on the bubbly and bright Princess.
Meg always referred to her demi-god sweetheart, Hercules, as "Wonder Boy," so the berry lip shade is named after his moniker. Meg's lavender eyes and dress have been turned into a bright dichromic highlighter called Big Tough Girl, with pink and purple shades.
Esmeralda from the Hunchback of Notre Dame looks ready for a ball in her vibrant red, purple, and blue dress. The raspberry lip shade is named Phoebus after her masculine boy toy, who actually has a massive heart in the end. The bundle comes with a coral blush called Court of Miracles.
Cinderella is ready for the ball — glass slipper and all — with her liquid lip and highlighter combo. Prince Charming is a true pink, velvety shade. The highlight, Horse & Carriage, has a champagne gold-toned sheen.
Get Belle's youthful glow with a mid-toned pink liquid lip and matching blush. The lip is named Beast and the blush compact is called Enchanted Mirror. Belle's iconic yellow ballgown was given a dark twist on the packaging, and its decorated in roses, naturally.
Prince Phillip liquid lip is a vibrant red shade, while the Coronation highlighter is a subtle peach color. It looks like Aurora's fairy godmothers finally agreed on a color for her dress for the ball. The beautiful princess is wearing a mix between blue and pink, a pastel periwinkle shade, on the packaging.
Stomp through the streets of New York — or frolic in the meadows of Andalasia — in Princess Giselle's signature lip and highlighter. Prince Edward liquid lip is a vibrant coral color, and Andalasia highlighter is a shimmering peach shade. Animated Giselle is featured on the packaging, but in the movie she turns into a real-life Amy Adams.
Inspired by moments from the classic Disney Princess movies, the names of the shades in this palette allude to characters like Mama Odie from Princess and the Frog, or even the ghastly Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. The 15-shade palette includes matte colors, shimmering metallic shades, and pressed glitter. There's also an adorable makeup bag in the collection to hold all of the products in one place.