Clean House With This DIY Cinderella Costume
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Clean House With This DIY Cinderella Costume

Want to DIY your very own creative Halloween costume? Try this twist on a classic — a casual Cinderella costume is easy to pull off and totally comfy. Being a fancy Disney princess is only half the fun, and we can’t forget all the terrible housework this damsel was forced to do by her evil step fam. Scroll on for instructions to recreating this look.

Buy a black Folter Corset Beater Tank ($29), a blue Timeson Long Sleeve Blouse ($49), a white Alexanders Costumes Puritan Apron ($21), and a brown KIRA Fold Over Waist Flared Midi Skirt ($17). Brit + Co Planner Ursula brought her own black flats.

Cinderella Makeup: Make sure to go for that glowing skin using lots of highlighter. Then apply pink blush and bronzer to your cheeks. For your eyes, apply a bronzed crease and then a dramatic wing-tip cat eyeliner and a pair of false eye lashes. Top off with a bright pink lipstick.

Cinderella Hair: Bring the top portion of your hair forward and twist up under itself to create her pomped bangs, unless you have bangs, in which case you can curl them under and pin them in place. Pull the rest back into a low ponytail and tie off with a blue ribbon.

“Have faith in your dreams, and someday, your rainbow will come shining through.”

Fave princess not here? Be sure to check out the RapunzelElsa and Anna, and Belle and Beast couples costume tutorials!

Which Disney Princess will you and your friends dress up as for Halloween? Share your photos with us on Instagram using the hashtag #iamcreative and tag @BritandCo. Need even more inspiration? Head to Pinterest STAT.

DIY Production + Styling: Irene Lee

Photography: Kurt Andre

Hair + Makeup: Misty Spinney

Model: Ursula Meeks-Wagner

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