How To – Tinker Bell Hair and Makeup

The D23 Expo has just come to an end in California and the announcements for Disney fans just kept on coming. A new Star Wars themed resort, a reimagined Epcot Centre, new Skyliner transportation and the 2018 opening of Toy Story Land were just a few of the exciting new additions to the beloved parks.

With Disney’s multiple live action films due for release over the next two years and the long awaited Frozen sequel in the making, fairytale lovers and Cosplay enthusiasts are really spoiled for choice when it comes to character costumes.

Tinker Bell

The original, best loved and instantly recognised Disney heroines remain the more popular choice for many a Cosplayer and partygoer. With a market full of licensed costumes and hundreds of tutorials for DIY creations, the selection is endless.

One of our favourite Disney characters is the mischievous, stubborn, independent ORIGINAL fairy – the glorious Tinker Bell. If her green glitter dress and iridescent pixie wings are your outfit of choice for an upcoming event, we’ve got you covered with her hair and makeup.

Tinker Bell Hair – Wig It Out!

Tinker Bell Hair

The gorgeous Tinker Bell wig is pre-styled into the pixie’s famous top knot bun in her distinctive blonde shade. The fringe falls over the face into wispy strands and parts to one side. Click the image above for full details including colour chart, wig cap and worldwide shipping options.

The Tinker Bell hair is made from 100% Japanese premium Kanekalon fibre. This luxury material moves and feels like human hair. It can be styled and treated with gels, mousses and sprays. The top knot can also be let down and re-styled for your own unique look.

Tinker Bell Hair Sorted – Now for the makeup

For your Tinker Bell inspired makeup, checkout the video above. This step by step guide perfectly depicts the subtle yet distinctive Tinker Bell look. Emily used Colourpop glittery gold eyeshadows and false eyelashes to achieve Tink’s wide eye effect. Have fun with faux gems and glitter on the cheeks for a more dramatic effect.

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