Add dazzling dimension to your eyes using the sunlit, super-concentrated shades in our Solar Flare 18 Color Baked Eyeshadow Palette, a collection of versatile, warm-toned cosmic colors. The velvety, nude-to-deep shimmers can be layered, blended, and used wet or dry to create a full spectrum of brilliant, long-wearing looks. Apply dry for a traditional wash of color, or with a dampened brush to achieve maximum intensity.
These are definitely Princess Leia's colors! Beautiful metallic shades in copper, bronze, gold, plum and rose gold. Look amazing no matter what galaxy you visit.
Disney Princess Beauty The Beast Belle Face Mask
– Mad Beauty’s face masks are designed to help make sure your skin regime is fun as well as pampering
– With rose water which is calming on the face for healthy glowing smooth skin
– Easy application as it folds out to cover face
– Cruelty-free, not tested on animals
– 100% official Disney merchandise
You might feel ready, but are you PRINCESS ready?
Feel like the Beauty you are with the help of this awesome Belle face mask!
Guys, Space Mountain is my FAVORITE ride in the world! I have always loved it and with my parents, would run straight to the ride after rope drop in the late 70s!
This galactic cotton fabric was perfect for my Disney bound outfit.
Couldn't pass up this amazing galactic baked shadow palette. I love any thing GALACTIC or Space themed!!
Launch your look to luminous heights with the Stellar Collision – 17 Color Baked Eyeshadow & Highlighter Palette, featuring an array of richly pigmented shades in star-like shimmer finishes that can be used as shadow toppers or highlighters to create the ultimate celestial glow.
I used silver glitter foam sheets for these ears....Added a bow made from the same galactic fabric that I used for my Galaxy dress.
Give your lashes a sky-high lift with Stellar Volumizing Lash Mascara by BH Cosmetics. The ultra-black, all-in-one formula boosts, lengthens and separates lashes for dramatic volume that lasts all day without smudging, flaking or fallout.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".