Start with Clean Slate primer. I think more is more with this stuff because it fills in lines and pores, and is good for your skin too! Once the Clean Slate has absorbed, use The Eraser to fix/cover any blemishes or redness. Dab a bit of Recreate on a foundation brush and blend, preferably in a shade lighter than your natural tone as snow white is very fair skinned. If you do use a lighter foundation, be especially careful to blend around the hair and jaw line to avoid mask-face. Be sure to apply foundation to your eyelids as well, unless you have a good eyeshadow primer. Follow with Provocateur face powder to set. If you are anything like me, you ran to Sephora the minute they started stocking the "Treasure Chest"; we will be using this palette for the rest of this look. For cheeks, use the lightest pink blush in the Treasure box, followed with a hint of the highlighter on the top of the cheek bone. For eyes, start with the shimmery light pink on the inner lid and at the inner corners of the bottom lashline. Use the salmony-gold color for the outer lid and at the outside of the lower lashline. Sweep highlighter from nose across brow bone. Snow white is all about light pinks, so if you don't have the treasure chest, just remember to focus on pinks. Follow eyeshadow with emphasEYEs liner on the inner corner of the lower lashline and the full upper lashline. Use Mascara, I used Lash Hugger, but focus mainly on the inner part of the top lid, Snow White has strong lashes on her inner eye, but little lashes at the edge. Refrain from doing more than lightly coating the outer lashes for this effect. For lips, I used the dark red gloss in the front-right corner of the Chest, any true red shade will work. Pair with a white cap-sleeve button up and a blue dress or tubetop/skirt combination. Be sure to flip your collar up to achieve this look. For hair, brunettes must simply put a red ribbon an inch or two off the forehead, those of use with other color hair need a wig. Viola! You are now a disney princess with 7 men (however short at your beck and call!