You are what you eat. Obviously, we may have had too much cotton candy over the summer but we are totally okay with that!
AMAZON PURCHASE LIST:
Don’t these fluffy space buns work perfectly for this cotton candy look? We wanted the costume to look clean with a little bit of “I woke up like this”. We started off by giving her hair a soft wave, we then sprayed the middle of her hair to ends lightly with the temporary pink hair spray. We kept some of her blond color showing to keep her hair from turning solid pink. Then, we split her hair in the middle and created high pigtails, teased the pigtail to add texture and volume. We wrapped a thin piece of hair around the pigtail and pined it in place to cover the hair bands.
We wanted the makeup to be fun, girly and pink! We used a touch of foundation and swept the cheeks with a soft pink blush. To make the eyes pop we did a winged eyeliner with bright blue and pink eyeshadow. We polished the look off with bubble gum pink lip stick with gloss.
This cute cotton candy outfit was super simple to make! We used a plain white Hanes T-shirt (you can find at Walmart) you could also use pink. We glued on poly-fil (faux cotton) using an adhesive spray. If you want more texture or thickness in certain areas just keep adding layers. To color the cotton, we used Design Master Colortool spray in “Perfect Pink”. This spray is very light so it will not dampen the cotton and will give you a very soft pink.
Along with making the actual cotton candy outfit we made a mini cotton candy for her to hold, we used card stock and rolled it into a cotton candy cone shape, then used the faux cotton that we had spray painted pink and glued it to the cone. Super simple but so cute and really pulls the look together
Lash Formula: C-curl .07 10&12mm 4D-5D fans