How to Get A Midsummer Night's Dream Beauty Look 5 Dreamy Ways to Get A Midsummer Night's Dream-Style Beauty Look By Jaime Richards Jul 11 2011 10 Now that the Fourth of July has come and gone, it's the perfect time to try out A Midsummer Night's Dream-style beauty look. So for some inspiration on how you can channel your own inner woodland nymph, just read on for five different ideas. Source: Modern-Day Titania What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 As Titania in the 1999 flick A Midsummer Night's Dream Michelle Pfeiffer was the epitome of unearthly beauty. "To create an ethereal, summery look, I recommend adding a little bit of shimmer to your makeup regime," says Bobbi Brown. Do so by dusting Bobbi Brown Cosmetics' Shimmer Brick high on the cheekbones to enhance your skin's glow, or apply a sheer Shimmer Wash shadow to the lids. "To keep your makeup looking modern, limit shimmer to only one or two features on the face," advises Brown. Source Gilded Age What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 To achieve the stunning modern forest nymph theme at Erin Fetherston's Fall 2011 show, makeup artist Lucia Pica used MAC's 3D Gold Glitter all around the eyes, along with a pinky-purple shade on the lips. And for the hair, stylist Odile Gilbert created two braids at the back of the head, weaving metallic thread throughout. After bringing them forward to pin to secure, he then gathered the remaining hair from the back into a voluminous chignon that would make any fairy queen proud. Image Source: WireImage Flower Power What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 For the 2009 premiere of The Hangover, Heather Graham wore sexy, tousled waves set off by a shimmery flower hair accessory affixed to the side. A touch of golden liner just under the lower lash lines made for one truly heavenly finish. Tip: for even more of a woodland fairy-like style, use a butterfly clip or headband in lieu of a flower. Image Source: Getty Leafy Greens What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 To complement the flowing, earthy attire at Alberta Ferretti's 2011 Spring/Summer show in Milan, and in keeping with a woodland nymph theme, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni used chartreuse shadow and muted lipstick on the models' complexions. MAC's eye shadow in Juxt was applied to the outer corners of the eyes to create a faded-away-from-the-cheekbone effect, while the brand's lipstick in Myth, a sheer nude, gave somewhat of a '70s, earth goddess feel. Image Source: WireImage Fair-y Tale What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 For a dressed up version of an ethereal look, look to Anne Hathaway for inspiration. At last week's White Fairy Tale Love Ball in France, Anne accentuated her fair coloring with velvety-red lipstick coupled with navy liner and baby pink blush. A charm-laden, floral tiara by milliner Stephen Jones provided a whimsical touch to her loosely waved hairstyle. "I feel like a rock-star, elfin princess," she proclaimed to WWD. Image Source: Getty Like us on Facebook Makeup 10 Makeup Artist Tips You’ve Never Heard Before 2 days ago 41 Free Beauty Apps You Need to Download Now 22 hours ago Women Are Putting Red Lipstick in the Most Unexpected Place 1 day ago When Kim Kardashian's Makeup Artist Works With Jessica Alba, the Results Are Stunning 1 day ago Hair This Hair Product Will Change Your Life 18 hours ago 15 Beauty Mistakes That Are Making You Look Older Than Your Age 1 minute ago 10 Gym Beauty Hacks That Will Get You Ready in 10 Minutes 1 hour ago From "Baby" to Babe: The Evolution of Justin Bieber's Incredible Hair 14 hours ago Celebrity Beauty Struggle With Thin Edges? Here Are 6 Tips To Maintain Your Hairline 1 day ago 9 Savvy Beauty Lessons We Can All Learn From Adele 17 hours ago 5 Mom-Approved Beauty Secrets You'll Want to Follow ASAP 1 day ago YAS! Nicki Minaj Is a Blond Goddess Again 2 days ago Comments Jaime-Richards 4 years Really? That's so cool — I wish they could bring it back! I just found an article about it, actually. Thanks, ModernGraceKelly! http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/1999-06-05/lifestyle/9906040662_1_max-factor-makeup-line-movie-makeup-artist ModernGraceKelly 4 years I can remember far back when Max Factor did a collection for this movie. I miss the old school Max Factor. They were beautiful products and glowed. Most of the make-up Michelle wore for it was from M.F. Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter Personalize Street Style Beauty Tips Fashion and Beauty News Celebrity Style Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to receive emails from POPSUGAR and the Terms.