Friday, December 7, 2012

The Legend of Zelda Series: Princess Ruto

Greetings from the Dark Side!~

If you ever played Ocarina of Time, you will remember the annoying Zora princess! When she is younger and as Link you try to rescue her from Jabu-Jabu's belly, she is the biggest brat ever! She makes you carry her and she is bossy ARGH! But besides that, I always thought that Ruto and the rest of the Zora looked really cool!

This look was inspired by the blue shades of her skin, but I wanted to make the look a bit more wearable and girly to reflect her personality. I added some pretty blue gems to represent her earrings and the by the Zora's Sapphire.
Princess Ruto. Not my Image. Found through Google Images.

                                                                        Products Used                                                                  

-MAC 'Painterly' Paint Pot
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Ice Dance' and 'Unrequited' Cream Eyeshadows from Ice Dance Collection
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Not Finished' and 'Pill Box' Eyeshadows from Ice Dance Collection
-L'oreal Voluminous eyeliner pen
-Prestige My Blackest Lashes Mascara
-Jessie's Girl white eyeliner pencil
-Revlon gemstones
-Ardell Elegant Eyes 'Romantic' Lashes (cut and placed on the outer corners of the lashes)

-Kat Von D Tattoo Lock It Foundation 
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Kim' Cream Blush
-Pumpkin & Poppy 'Lady of Light' Cream Highlighter

-Illamasqua 'Boost' Lip Gloss (giveaway of this HERE)

-Deborah Lippmann 'Ray of Light' Nail Polish


1. As always, start off by applying a primer or base on your eyelids. I used MAC 'Painterly' Paint Pot to even out the color on my eye lids.

2. Apply a shimmery white/icy blue color on your lids.  I used Pumpkin & Poppy 'Ice Dance' cream eyeshadow from the Ice Dance collection.

3. Apply a blue creme eyeshadow or pencil eyeliner on the crease to crease a base for the powder eyeshadow. I used P&P 'Unrequited' cream eyeshadow.

4. With a dense crease brush, begin to apply either a grey-blue or brown/purple eyeshadow. I used P&P 'Not Finished' power eyeshadow.

5. Blend from the crease upwards to create a soft cut crease.

6. To prevent the creme eyeshadow  I used P&P 'Pillbox' eyeshadow on top of the lid where I had previously applied 'Ice Dance'. 

 7. Start to create some definition by applying the same color you used on the crease on the lower lashline. Only take this color 2/3s of the way in. Apply the same light color you used on the lid and apply it on the inner corner.

8. Line your waterline with a white pencil eyeliner.
9. Using a liquid liner, make a slight and subtle wing at the outer portion of the lash line. This will mimic Ruto's eyes and give you a wide-eye look. It also makes the liner much more wearable and girly. I used L'oreal Voluminous eyeliner pen.

10. Apply mascara. I used Prestige My Blackest Lashes. You can apply lashes if you wish to.

11. To really make this a glamorous look worthy of being inspired by the Zora Princess, apply some Sapphire blue gems. You can place them wherever you want.

                                                                              Final Look                                                                  

Later on, I also attempted to makethe Zora's Sapphire Spiitual Stone on my cheekbone using some gems and a gold eyeliner. It turned out...mediocre at best, but it's the thought that counts :D


  1. This is really, really pretty! One of my favorite looks you've done :)

  2. Love Ocarina of Time it's the best ever!!! It's a great look for princess Ruto, love the crystal detail =)

  3. I love the crystals, great look!

  4. I love ocarina of time, never thought of Ruto makeup before, hehe, she was a TOTAL BRAT.


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