June 29, 2015

Walgreens Introduces Dare to Dream Disney Makeup Collection

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Disney Dare to Dream Makeup

Ariel, Mulan, and Pocahontas are getting their own Dare to Dream Disney Makeup Collections that are exclusively available at Walgreens and drugstore.com. For many years now, E.L.F. has been offering Disney Villain and Disney Princess Makeup Collections and those collections have been exclusively available at Walgreens and later on at drugstore.com.

More recently it looks like Walgreens has taken the initiative to team up with another brand to create the Dare to Dream Disney Makeup Collection.

Dare to Dream Disney Makeup

Although the new Disney Dare To Dream Beauty Books looks a lot like past E.L.F. Disney Beauty Books these is no mention at all of E.L.F. Cosmetics on the packaging. Now each collection will have feature a full palette of makeup as well as lipgloss sets, individual glosses, blushes, and other goodies including a line of makeup bags (which don’t appear to be by Soho Beauty).

Drugstore.com doesn’t have the complete Dare to Dream Collection live as of yet but they do have a few pieces but many Walgreens have launched the entire collection so if you want a complete look at all the goodies you might want to stop by your local store.

Personally, they look a little worst in quality than the E.L.F. Palettes (which can be either a hit or a miss) to me but I haven’t actually seen them up and close personal yet so I should probably reserve judgement until I tried ’em!

What do you think!?

The Walgreens Dare to Dream Disney Makeup Collection is $3 to $10 and available now in stores or online at drugstore.com.

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  • Lia

    I love the concept and packaging but the fact that I look ridiculous in any eyeshadow shades but neutrals would mean a fair amount of this would be a waste,but at the same time so cheap and pretty fun, and the blush shades genuinely look quite nice!

  • Nicole

    I bought the Pocahontas illuminzer sticks and the Mulan shadow book, and I’m really quite pleased with both of them! They’re apparently being made by the same company that produces Wet N Wild, so the quality I feel is pretty good. I’ll probably be getting the Pocahontas shadow book as well.

    Bonus! In the shadow books, the tray holding the products comes out very easily, so you can just have the box if you want it. Or, you could easily depot the palettes without ruining the packaging,

    • Isabella Muse

      awesome to hear! the promo images make them look a bit chalky! NICE! thanks for sharing Nicole!

  • Megan

    I bought one of the Pocahontas bags, and it says SOHO Beauty on the inside. The quality is way cheaper than in other collections, though. The makeup is okay, but the ELF beauty books are much better, in my opinion. The highlighting sticks are great and the Ariel lip set was surprisingly pigmented and good quality!

    • Isabella Muse

      AWESOME! I was wondering about that. Thanks Megan! I was curious about the items!

  • Codename Duchess

    Is it just me, or does it feel weird seeing a fully made up Mulan featured on cosmetic packaging? I know they’re selling cosmetics, so it makes sense to style Mulan so she looks all girly, but it was a big plot point in the movie that she didn’t feel like herself when she was forced into the hyper feminine mold that was expected of her, and that she wished she could be accepted as she was. I love makeup and I love the way makeup looks on other people, but the image of made up Mulan just makes me feel sad.

  • Emma

    Those eyeshadows are gorgeous! I am obessed with little mermaid! x

  • Caroly

    I want the Pocahontas stuff. I know I won’t use the makeup but I want it anyway. How sad am I? LOL. But I’m going to Disneyland and it will just be fun…

    I’ve given up on Walgreen and will have to take my chances with drugstore.com. My Walgreen never has any of the Disney stuff! Grrr (well, I shouldn’t sea never, but the last three times I went in especially, no luck)

    BTW, has anyone tried any of the MAC Disney stuff when they promote with Mac? Is it good?

  • TheBearMuffin

    And yup….I’ll be collecting these for sure. I got (almost) all of the elf stuff, but I’m just such a sucker for the beautiful artwork!

  • Nataile Brown

    I recently saw a review of the largest Ariel eye shadow, blush, and lip collection and the swatches looks good. They also said the quality was god too. They do look super fun!