May 24, 2013

Beautifully Disney Wickedly Beautiful Collection Swatches

Hi guys, happy Friday! Today I have a fun post for you! A couple months ago I heard about a Disney branded line of cosmetics called Beautifully Disney, the collection is only available at Disneyland in Anaheim and Disney World in Orlando (or via phone). Beautifully Disney's first collection is called Wickedly Beautiful and the nail polish part of the collection is split into 2 sets, one for the 4 most popular Disney Princesses and one for the 4 villains that correspond to that princess. Other than nail polish there is also a couple of eye shadow palettes, lip glosses and makeup bags. The first collection is focused on Ariel (Little Mermaid), Cinderella, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) and Snow White.  From what I understand from talking to the girl at the Vault 28 store there are more collections planned for the future that will focus on the other princesses, so if you're favorite isn't in here no worries!

Once I heard about the collection I went over to Downtown Disney and picked up all the polishes, a lip gloss and an eye shadow palette. I'm pretty sure the girl thought I was some kind of hoarder...I was like what, I really like Disney and make up...sue me. Between this official Disney line and the collaborations they have been doing with Sephora my bank account is seriously sad!

Check out swatches & reviews of each shade by clicking the read more button below!

I bought most of these in the mini sets and the bottles were difficult to hold so I'm holding a random top coat bottle for the photos. If you want to see what the bottles look like there is a link at the bottom of the post that shows all the products in the collection.

Diva Of The Deep is a vampy dark purple with a subtle pink shimmer. The shade is for Ursula from the Little Mermaid. When I was little I was so scared of Ursula, The Little Mermaid is my favorite Disney movie ever and seriously...she traumatized me as a child. The formula was a bit on the thick side but application was easy and this was nice and opaque. I used 2 coats for the photos below.  Both photos below are in natural sunlight.



Enchanted Kiss is a pink creme for Aurora from Sleeping Beauty. This isn't the most ground breaking color but it's a nice pink. The formula was alright, it was a little patchy but it built up and evened out very easily. I used 2 coats for the photos below, both photos are in natural sunlight.



Just One Bite is pink glitter of various sizes in a clear base. This is for the Evil Queen from Snow White, I do like this but I kinda wish it were red glitter instead of pink! The formula was good, it wasn't thick and the glitter payoff is great. I used 1 coat over Off To The Ball for the photos below. Both photos are in the shade.



Looking For My Prince is a cherry red creme. This polish is for Snow White, the perfect red for her! Definitely not an exciting color but it's what I would expect for Snow White. The formula was great, it applied easily and had good opacity. I used 2 coats for the photos below, both photos are in natural sunlight.



Midnight Hour is a dark red cruelly (creme/jelly hybrid). This is for Lady Tremaine from Cinderella. True story...I didn't know that the villain in Cinderella had a real name until typing this up, I thought her name was just "Wicked Stepmother" lol! The formula was good on this, like I mentioned it's a crelly so it has the opacity of a creme from the nice squishy finish of a jelly. I used 2 coats for the photos below. Both photos are in natural sunlight.



Mistress Of Evil is gunmetal grey hex glitter in a clear base. This polish is for Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. I love Maleficent, she is such a bad ass...if I was a villain I'd totally want to be her. The formula was good on this, it was very glitter dense and easy to apply. I used 1 coat over Enchanted Kiss for the photos below, both photos are in the shade.



Ocean Mist is a shimmery green foil like polish. This is for Ariel from The Little Mermaid...my personal favorite princess of all time. Lord help me when Sephora does the collab for Ariel....I will buy everything, even if it's ugly...clearly I have a problem. The formula was alright on this one, it was on the sheer side but it was easy enough to get opaque. I used 3 coats for the photos below, both photos are in natural sunlight.



Off To The Ball is a light blue creme. This is for Cinderella, I think the color is quite fitting...it reminds me of a lighter version of her ball gown. The formula was a let down on this shade, unfortunately. It was very sheer and streaky at first, it did build up but it was one of those polishes you have to be careful and patient with. I used 4 coats for the photos below, both photos are in natural sunlight.



The Beautifully Disney Wickedly Beautiful Collection is available in person only at the Disney Vault 28 store in Downtown Disney at Disneyland in Anaheim CA and at Tren-d at Downtown Disney at Disney World in Orlando FL. You can also order via phone if you don't live near either park, I am not sure if they ship internationally since it doesn't say on their site. The number for ordering via phone is 1.877.560.6477. The full size bottles of these polishes retail for $8.95 and the mini sets (4 polishes in each mini set) are $19.95.

Edited to add: Looks like you can get these online (mini sets only) at the Disney Stores website!It looks like you can also enter the coupon code park25 at checkout to get 25% off, it looks like the code expires on 5/25 so use it quick if you want to get the mini sets!

If you want to see photos of the bottles or what the makeup items look like you can check them out here. I'm really looking forward to what Beautifully Disney does next, I'll be here patently waiting for Belle, I'd also love to see something for Cruella De Vil (though I'm not sure how they'd do a princess for 101 Dalmatians lol). I think it's pretty awesome that Disney is doing their own official beauty line, even if the colors aren't OMG amazing the collector and Disney fanatic in me wants them all!

29 comments:

  1. These are so pretty! And I agree with you on the Ariel Sephora collection...I will be throwing all of my money at them for those products, plus the Belle one too.

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  2. As you say the colours aren't mind blowing and I think I have seen dupes for all of them but it's super exciting that Disney have started to embrace the makeup side. The disney lover in me wants them.... NOOO

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  3. Ahhh yay! Now there are better swatches of these to pin to my stash board! I am so mad though because when I went to Downtown Disney in March to buy these, I completely forgot about the light blue, and got all the rest. Oh well, maybe next time!

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  4. LOVE that you did these! I'm a huge Disney fan, and was so excited about the line. I didn't know they had full size bottles, all I've seen are the miniatures on DisneyStore.com and wasn't sure if I wanted to spend the $40 for them (both sets) to just try and I couldn't find swatches anywhere...so thank you. :)

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  5. They aren't unique, but they are amazingly fitting, particularly Ursula, Ariel, and Cinderella. I love them all! Based on the formula do you have a guess as to who they are manufactured by? I see a lot of OPI/Disney collaborations, and having an OPI formula would be a dealmaker for me. :D

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  6. Thanks Jen. Going to Disney next week. Now I'm going to have to pick up polish, which I already have enough of...

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  7. Well that's it, I finally have an excuse to check out Downtown Disney. I live in orlando but I haven't been to downtown disney since I moved here, I guess it's about time!

    I'm having a hard time telling from the photos, how close is Diva of the Deep to Essie Viva La Vespa? It's my current number one lemming and I keep hoping I'll find a more affordable dupe.

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  8. unfortunately I don't own Viva La Vespa so I'm not sure how similar they are

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  9. I'm not sure about that, when I get home from work I'll look at the bottles and see if it says anywhere on them about that!

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  10. Thanks for doing these swatches! I've been wondering about the colors. I was so excited when I heard that Disney was doing their own make-up collection, but have been disappointed by the colors. In both the nail polishes and the lip glosses. Oh well, maybe the next collection will be a little more exciting. And by the way, you can purchase these on disneystore.com. The are under Park Merchandise. Also, start saving your pennies because the Little Mermaid Sephora collection is coming out this summer! Can't wait! You can see a pic of the palette here, just scroll down. http://www.makeuptalk.com/t/135338/sephora-disney-collection-ariel

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  11. whiskeystilettosMay 24, 2013 at 8:54 AM

    I'm actually really disappointed with how they made Maleficent's color. I mean... I could literally throw a handful of gunmetal glitter from my stash into a clear base and have the exact same thing. Where's the green and the purple and the silver? This line could have been so much more and I honestly would have expected a lot more creativity from Disney of all places.

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  12. Just got an email from DisneyStore.com, all park merchandise is 25% off today & tommorrow! Just use code PARK25. http://www.disneystore.com/beautifully-disney-collection/mn/1018402/

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  13. just updated the post with that :)

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  14. I don't own Spontaneous, sorry!

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  15. I bet OPI does the polish for these. That red looks exactly like the Special K red I just used last night.... a hybrid creme w/ a jelly finish! It looks exactly the same nightmare clean-up when I look really close at your photos, too. I love the Little Mermaid colors and can't wait for the Sephora collab coming up!
    Cruella always scared me the most... she wasn't an evil being, she was an evil person and that was so much scarier to me!

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  16. i agree i'm disappointed w the maleficent :( I was hoping for more w/ this but i like the diva of the deep!

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  17. I had so much fun reading your post! Thanks for showing this collection! It isn't too special but okay. Ariel is my all time favorite princess, too. When I read Sephora is doing an collection about her I panicked because I don't know how I could get hold of this collection in Germany :-)

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  18. I have Mistress of All Evil and love it. I found it was easier to take off than most glitters.

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  19. There are no words to describe how happy this Disney princess + polish thing makes me!
    As always, thanks for the great swatches!

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  20. Next collection "Unlock the Spell" Is supposed to be released end of June according to cast member I asked yesterday. That collection will focus on Belle, Tiana, and Rapunzel I'm obsessed with Disney (just did their 24 hour party). I love these polishes!!! (I has these on my blog too! haha!)

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  21. Not that I'm an enabler or anything, but there are sneak peeks of Sephora's Ariel collection in this thread... http://www.makeuptalk.com/t/135338/sephora-disney-collection-ariel

    I had asked about timeframe awhile ago and was told "Christmas-ish." So my guess would be sometime this fall.

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  22. Rachel @The Beartown PostMay 26, 2013 at 2:21 PM

    These are available on disney's UK stores website! So happy, but my bank account isn't! Thanks for making me aware of these great polishes!

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  23. Thanks for making me aware of these!! I went to Disneyland yesterday and picked up the Ariel and Ursula ones. I'm so pleased that The Little Mermaid colors are my favorites considering I prefer Little Mermaid to Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White :)

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  24. Wow... a silvery hex glitter for Maleficent?! As a huge Maleficent fan I'm disappointed. At least the Evil Queen's glitter was multi-sized... Maleficent's colors are green, purple and black! That would have been an amazing polish. All in all, I don't think a lot of effort was put into this collection; the princess colors are pretty obvious and the villain colors are underwhelming (except for Ursula--that one's spot on). I would still buy it because it's Disney but... yeah. I think I'd be more interested if they did mini sets with a creme AND a glitter based on each princess and her corresponding villain.

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  25. You can get them from The Disney Store website now, looks like they're cheaper over here too!

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  26. Just one Bite is such a great glitter topper!

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  27. Ariel + Tiana = Tinkerbell!

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