YouTube Makeup Artist Transforms Into More Than 20 Disney Characters – Us Weekly

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Promise Tamang

Promise
Tamang Phan as she looks before she transforms into her favorite Disney
princesses. See the YouTube beauty vlogger’s best Disney makeovers!

Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

Fairy dust in a makeup palette!

If you think you love Disney, move aside because you’re not nearly as big of a fan as Promise Tamang Phan.
The Nepal-based YouTube makeup artist loves herself some House of
Mouse—so much so that she’s made herself up to look like more than 20 of
her cartoon favorites!

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With expert makeup application, Phan, known as dope2111 on YouTube, has transformed into everyone from Frozen‘s Queen Elsa to nearly every character from Mulan (boys included!). Scroll down to see her five best Mickey-approved makeovers.

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1. Queen Elsa from Frozen

YouTube makeup artist Promise Tamang Phan transforms into Frozen's Queen Elsa, complete with the platinum braid!
YouTube makeup artist Promise Tamang Phan transforms into Frozen’s Queen Elsa, complete with the platinum braid!
Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

Disney’s lady of the moment—nearly two years running! With
porcelain-hued foundation, raspberry gloss, lavender shadows, and, yes,
the platinum braid, Phan transformed into the Snow Queen.

“Elsa’s probably my favorite Disney character that I created,” Phan
told Us Weekly—and not just because of the dewy makeup. “The wintry set
was so much fun to make! I also enjoyed putting her costume together;
the sequin corset took me almost three hours to make.”

2. Snow White from Snow White

Promise Tamang Phan becomes porcelain-skinned princess Snow White--before and after the apple poisoning.
Promise Tamang Phan becomes porcelain-skinned princess Snow White–before and after the apple poisoning.
Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

More than 3 million people watched Phan’s video tutorial
on how to doll up as Disney’s first cartoon princess (which features an
appearance from her pet hedgehog, Poki). Bonus reason to love this one:
She also created Snow: Poison Apple Edition, complete with a web of
scars on her face.

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3. Rapunzel from Tangled

With her chameleon sidekick in hand, Promise Tamang Phan works pink cheeks and freckles at Tangled's Rapunzel.
With her chameleon sidekick in hand, Promise Tamang Phan works pink cheeks and freckles at Tangled’s Rapunzel.
Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

Pets included! Phan not only applied retro-lined eyes, Barbie-pink
cheeks, and freckles to become Rapunzel, she also created her little
chameleon sidekick, too. The Disney super-fan told Us that her go-to
makeup brands for these tutorials are NYX Cosmetics, Too Faced, and Anastasia Beverly Hills (for brows to match each princess).

4. Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Shake it! Promise Tamang Phan models the perfect cat-eye and dark curls as The Hunchback of Notre Dame's Esmeralda.
Shake it! Promise Tamang Phan models the perfect cat-eye and dark curls as The Hunchback of Notre Dame’s Esmeralda.
Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

To look the part of the stunner, Phan had to rock tanned skin, bold
brows, and the perfect cat-eye. “To get a good cat-eye, you need a good
liner,” the makeup artist told Us, who suggests using a pen-type liner
for the most control.

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“Start by applying the liner at the inner corner of your eye and
slowly trace the line of your lid to the outer corner,” she explained.
“Once you hit the outer corner, do a simple flick. To get it just so,
outline your line first, then go back and fill it in.”

5. Mulan and Shang from Mulan

Not just Mulan! Promise Tamang Phan transformed herself into the warrior's love interest, Shang, too.
Not just Mulan! Promise Tamang Phan transformed herself into the warrior’s love interest, Shang, too.
Credit: courtesy of Promise Tamang

Transforming into Mulan just wasn’t enough—she
also became Mulan’s mom, grandmother, and love interest, Shang, too.
“Boy characters are more challenging, since I have to make my features
more ‘manly,'” she admitted. “I want to make sure they look as natural
on me as the female characters.”

Next up will be Cinderella! To see all of Phan’s Disney transformations, check out her YouTube channel here.

 – Us Weekly

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