These beauty brands took inspiration from Disney and created magical collabs
Delve into a whole new world of makeup
If the Genie in Aladdin gave you three wishes, what would they be? For us, we’re definitely spending one wish (or perhaps all three) on these Disney beauty collaborations because 1) they’re gorgeous as heck 2) we can’t get enough of Disney and 3) we can never say no to our childhood obsessions. With 7 options, from M.A.C Cosmetics, to Colourpop and Beyoncé’s makeup artist Sir John’s The Lion King inspired collection, we’re hoping that the Genie will let us have more wishes because it is simply too difficult to decide.
I’m sure we’ve all dreamt of being a princess at one point in our lives (some of us are still clinging on to that hope). With Colourpop‘s most anticipated launch of all time, you can now get a glimpse of what being a princess feels like and rock the colours of your favourite Disney princesses. We know Snow White and her iconic red lips, but now you can delve deeper into the makeup stash of the other princesses and make your look fairytale-like.
Because tribute must be given to these villains for making Disney stories iconic and for bringing out the hero in every princess. Walk on the dark side and draw inspiration from the evil characters in your favourite films, including Hades, Ursula, Cruella and Maleficent. And if you’re thinking that this collection is full of black and dark colours, you’ll be happy to see that you’re wrong. Think glitter, shimmer, bright (but wearable) greens and of course purple to represent the royalty that every villain sought after.
M.A.C Cosmetics is a renowned Canadian label known for its quality products that cover just about every makeup need. The brand has collaborated with Disney’s live adaptation of the animated film Aladdin — which is currently playing in Singapore — to produce a collection that is inspired by the strong-willed Princess Jasmine. To help you recreate her signature smoky kohl-lined eyes, the collection includes a nine-pan eyeshadow palette — of nudes, browns, golds and a shimmery plum — and a kohl liner in Graphblack. You can complement that with a bronzer, gold highlighter, loose pigment in sparkly rose gold hue and eight lip products that range from lip gloss to bullet lipsticks in matte and satin finishes. The limited edition collection is only available at the M.A.C Cosmetics ION Orchard store and the Tang Plaza and VivoCity counters, and starts from S$36 for the eyeliner and lipsticks to S$79 for the eyeshadow palette. The whole 13-piece set costs US$310.
If you didn’t already know, The Lion King is getting a remake with computer animation (versus the previous’ hand-drawn iteration) and will feature the voices of Beyoncé, Donald Glover (a.k.a Childish Gambino) and Seth Rogen. But ahead of its July 18 launch in Singapore, here’s something else to get excited for. Sir John, who is the makeup artist for Beyoncé, has partnered with American beauty label Luminess Cosmetics to come up with a collection to commemorate the movie. The limited edition series is inspired by the tones of the African landscape and consists of a six-pan highlighting and contouring face palette, 12-pan eyeshadow palette, highlighter, tinted lip balm, as well as two liquid and two bullet lipsticks in matte finishes. The collection ranges from US$24 (S$32.88) for the lip products to US$42 (S$57.54) for the palettes. While the collection is sadly only available in USA, you could try a forwarder service such as AirFrov and vPost and purchase the products via Luminess Cosmetics or Ulta Beauty.
Spectrum Collections is a UK-based label known for its unique and playfully designed makeup brushes (made with vegan, cruelty-free bristles) and accessories. Take the Ariel makeup brush set pictured here. The makeup paddle brush has a dinglehopper handle (i.e. a fork used by Ariel in The Little Mermaid to comb her hair, for those uninitiated), making it a super cool and functional design to display on your vanity or to present as a gift to a Disney fan. Moreover, Spectrum has a series of makeup bags that feature motifs of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Ariel and Ursula and Snow White and the Evil Queen. The products range from £14.99 (S$25.86) to £79.99 (S$137.97). Spectrum Collections ships to Singapore, shipping fee applies.
Are you #TeamMickey or #TeamMinnie? Regardless, you can show off your love for the iconic characters with these limited edition collections from American label Dose of Colors. The indie label, which is also cruelty-free, was founded in 2013 by makeup-artist-turned-entrepreneur Anna Petrosian and has quickly become a favourite amongst beauty enthusiasts for its well thought out and executed cosmetic products. The Mickey Mouse collection has a makeup palette consisting of six eyeshadows (four mattes, two shimmers) and a champagne highlighter, three lip glosses and three satin lipsticks. Minnie Mouse collection, also has a makeup palette with six eyeshadows (four mattes, two shimmers) and a matte peach blush, three matte lipsticks, three liquid glitter eyeshadows and a pair of false eyelashes. The price starts from US$15 (S$20.56) for the eyelashes to US$39 (S$53.46) for either makeup palette. Dose of Colors ships to Singapore, shipping fee applies.
Let your creativity fly to infinity and beyond with this adorable Toy Story collection by Innisfree. Choose from different nail shades inspired by your favourite Toy Story characters or pick a scented lip balm that can accompany you to the office every day. This collection also includes skincare products such as micellar oil water to remove your makeup effectively and green tea seed serum to boost hydration and keep dry patches at bay. Plus, this collab is just in time for Toy Story 4.