First some background though. On Padawan's guide you can read this about the make up used for Amidala during Episode 1.
The Queen's makeup was designed with a Japanese Kabuki style. For the porcelain white base color makeup artist Paul Engelen used RCMA Ivory (He found clown white was too bright and made the eyes look red). The powder applied after the ivory base was Channel 01 Aube Power Lumiere PressÈ. The circles on either cheek were done with red "lake" lip pencil. This same color was used on her top lip and the center section of her lower lip. Nars "Fire Down Below" is the brand and exact color. A white base color was used on either side of the red mark on the bottom lip. Other makeup used included Lancome Elancil black mascara and Givenchy Prizm Topaz (eyeliner?). The eyebrows were sculpted in brown/black.Now of course it's not just go out to hunt for the make up listed above and start applying it, because if you look at Amidala in her different costumes it's clear that the make up isn't the same on all her costumes.
Now I'm doing the make up that's inbetween the porcelain-doll look and just the pale face. For make up I'm using things that I've picked up in different make up stores, hobby stores and party stores. I don't think the specific brand names are really important, since most brands carry similar products.
Anyway, the next step is to to apply the base layer of white make up. I'm using Kryolan aquacolor, meaning that it's water soluble and is applied with a sponge. The trick is to put it on smoothly, the worst that can happen is that the sponge is wet enough to leave a mark, I've found it's almost impossible to blend and smooth out such an edge. For that reason I'm using as little water as possible on the sponge and goes all over the face dabbing it lightly on.
The next step is to finish the eyes. I'm using black cake eyeliner and black mascara for the eyes and a darkbrown eyebrow shadow.
Then I go and put the rest of the costume on, leaving the lips until the very last thing I do.
I think this picture of me attacking an unsuspecting AT-ST driver is probably the best close up of the make up, at this time it had been worn for 1,5-2 hours. You can see that the upper lip has rubbed off on the lower lip, but otherwise it's holding up.
This photo of me posing with a jawa was taken at the same time and shows the whole face, and that the buns are too high on the head..