Friday, August 16, 2013

The Legend of Zelda Series: Princess Zelda (Wind Waker)

Greetings from the Dark Side!

This next The Legend of Zelda inspired look is Princess Zelda from Wind Waker. Wind Waker has more animated, cartoonish graphics so Zelda looks much more colorful in this game than in most of the other games. I personally love Wind Waker. Sure, it's no Ocarina of Time, but it was a phenomenal game! My inspiration was the two tones of pinks in her dress, the cornflower blue in her dress,  the pastel blue on her eye lids, her blonde hair, and her gold accessories and gold triforce.

Keep reading for a full pictorial!

                                                                           Products Used                                                               

-Lime Crime Eyeshadow Helper
-Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
-Sugarpill Elektrocute 'Love Buzz'
-Lime Crime d'Antoinette Palette (Royal Flush eyeshadow)
-Sugarpill 'Buttercupcake' eyeshadow
-Urban Decay 24/7 'Chaos' Pencil Eyeliner
-Lime Crime ChinaDoll Palette ( Parasol eyeshadow)
-Sugarpill 'Goldilux' Loose Pigment 
-Jesse's Girl Liquid Eyeliner
-Revlon Lash Potion Mascara 
-Ardell Blue Demi Wispies Lashes

Face,Lips, & Nails
-Lioele Super Gold Snail BB Cream
-MAC 'Well Dressed' Blush
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Lady of Light' Highlighter
-Wet n Wild 'V.I.Pink' Lipstick
-MAC 'Sweet Revenge' Lipglass 
-China Glaze 'Shocking Pink' nail polish


1. Apply your eye primer all over the lid.
I used Lime Crime's Eyeshadow Helper.

2. On the lid just past the crease, apply a stickier base for the bright pink eyeshadow.
I used Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy because it holds onto loose pigments extremely well.

3. With a flat shader brush, apply a bright pink eyeshadow on the lid. This represents the bright pink dress and jewelry that Zelda wears.
I used Sugarpill's Elektrocute in 'Love Buzz'

4. With a crease brush, apply a light pink from the crease upwards. This represents the light pink of Zelda's dress.
I used the color 'Royal Flush' from the Lime Crime d'Antoinette palette

5. With the same crease brush, apply a yellow eyeshadow on the inner part of the crease. This is represents Zelda's blonde hair.
I used Sugarpill's 'Buttercupcake' eyeshadow

6. Apply a cornflower blue eyeliner on the waterline. This represents the blue lines in Zelda's dress.
I used the Urban Decay eyeliner in 'Chaos'.

7. With a small brush, apply a light pastel blue on the lower lash line. This represents the blue eyeshadow Zelda has on her eyelids.
I used the color 'Parasol' from the Lime Crime ChinaDoll palette.

8. With another small brush, apply a gold eyeshadow on the inner corner, blending it upwards into the yellow on the crease. This represents Zelda's gold accessories as well as the
Triforce of Wisdom she possesses. 
I used Sugarpill's 'Goldilux' loose pigment.

9. Lastly, apply mascara, liquid eyeliner, and false lashes!

And you are done! Hooray!!!!! Now you can feel like Princess Zelda :D

                                                                             Final Look                                                             

This look is part of the August Series Challenge! You can be a part of it as well! For more details see THIS post.


  1. Ahhh, this is so pretty! I've never really gotten into the whole Zelda thing coz I don't have any gaming consoles, but this look is really pretty ^^

  2. AMAZING! And I also loved the other blog.

  3. I'm in love with your blue hair <3 Adore the colors in this look, it's so pretty :3

  4. So bright and beautiful! I may have to rethink my decision to pass on those new Sugarpill neon eyeshadows.


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