7 Disney Princess Halloween Makeup Tutorials To Make You The Belle Of The Ball — VIDEOS

Visitors dressed in costumes of Disney princesses pose for photographs at the Tokyo Disneyland in Tokyo on September 7, 2012. Tokyo's Disney theme park runs Halloween events through till October 31 and visitors are allowed to wear Disney related costumes in the park. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/GettyImages)
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If your heart longs to be a Disney princess for Halloween, but you're worried it's something that only 8-year-old girls can pull off, rest easy. These epic Disney princess Halloween makeup tutorials will make you the belle of the ball. The very grown-up ball. Millennials have really come to own their love of Disney princesses. The Internet is loaded with reclamations of childhood favorites from hipster princesses to curvy princesses to real-life princesses to drag princesses. It's not a young girl's game. 

These makeup tutorials are not child's play either. While some are simple to pull off with what you already have, some involve serious skill and impressive artistry. None of these tutorials require anything more than standard makeup. No special effects makeup or hard-to-find products here. Some of them do offer suggestions and even step-by-step instructions on how to complete the look, with hair tutorials and princess costume tutorials included. 

Like always, you can swap expensive brands for drugstore dupes and vice versa so that the looks suit your preferences and budget. And while we're talking about the details, let's take a minute to remember that when we're playing characters like Jasmine, Pocahontas or Tiana, there is a line between playing a character and performing offensive acts of cultural appropriation

1. Elsa

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Let it go. And by "it" I mean "your own face," because this tutorial will make you look just like Snow Queen Elsa. 

2. Snow White

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This tutorial captures Snow White's pale skin, doe eyes and red lips to perfection. Plus Emma Pickles' accent is probably the greatest thing on earth, ever. Oh, and there's a really great hair tutorial, too. 

3. Belle

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This one is part comedy, part makeup tutorial and part fashion tutorial. At the end you'll get some full-on Belle realness with a modern, hipster-girl twist. Makeup at 5:43. 

4. Jasmine

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This tutorial nails the look but with a lot of products and some eye techniques that total beginners might have difficulty with. She also gives some hair and outfit advice. Belly button ring optional. 

5. Tiana

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You will not have to kiss frogs if you wear this impressive makeup. I guarantee. This tutorial also has the jauntiest music ever, so you might have to pause for dancing. But whatevs. 

6. Pocahontas

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This tutorial has some stunning eye makeup without using a million products. Like, dang. It's awesome. Just make sure your Pocahontas look is more an ode to this bad-ass Disney princess than an offensive slice of cultural appropriation. 

7. Ariel

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I mean really, you could just wear a red wig and a mermaid outfit and everyone would get it, but what's the fin in that? This tutorial gives you some tips for everything from nautical eyes to red brows. Pro tip: maybe just write Eric a note though, so your night has less drama. 

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