How to Create a Tinkerbell Inspired Makeup Look

Tinkerbell is a fictional character from 1904 play, Peter Pan. The play was novelized in 1911 as Peter and Wendy. She has appeared as a fairy in the Peter Pan. In addition to this, she has been a permanent character in several Peter Pan stories and animated series. She was first a normal fairy but with her popularity, she became unofficial mascot of The Walt Disney Company.

When Tinkerbell gets angry, she turns red and thus the inspired makeup is a mixture of shades of blacks, bronzes and golds. Whereas in her normal look, Tinkerbell looks are like Marilyn Monroe’s eyes.


  • 1

    Prepare the eyelid

    First you should prepare the eyelid. Apply foundation and then apply powder.

  • 2

    Apply eyeshadow

    Now apply eyeshadow which should be little above the crease of the eyelid. You need to use eyeshadow of dark and coppery gold shade.

  • 3

    Dab shimmery white shadow

    Next you need to apply glittering white shadow on the centre of the eyelid and towards the tear duct.

  • 4

    Use bronze shadow

    After patting shimmery white shadow, you need to apply bronze shadow on the inner side of the crease. Also apply the shadow on the upper and lower lashlines.

  • 5

    Use shimmering black shadow

    Next you need to apply glittering black shadow on the outer side of the eye. Make sure you mix it with the bronze shadow you applied in the previous step.

  • 6

    Use gold

    Now you need to apply gold to the end of the black shadow you have applied.

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    Next you need to use liquid eyeliner of either black or brown on the top lashline. Then apply pencil eye liner of black colour to the waterline.

  • 8

    Apply glitter

    After applying eyeliner, you need to use glitter eyeliner. Apply it over the liquid eyeliner.

  • 9

    Apply mascara

    Now apply mascara of black colour on the upper and lower eyelashes.

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    Next you need to apply foundation as you normally do. Then use a bronzer for blush or use shimmery pink on the apples of your cheek.

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