Sunday, September 15, 2013

Disney Villain Makeup Series

The gauntlet has been thrown. Andee ( and Maria ( have dared beauty lovers to get creative and recreate the most sinister characters of all time in...The Disney Villain Series!  (insert evil laugh here) So excited to team up and to join Bebetsy's linky party with VMG206 for Brag About It Tuesday, I wanna brag about this look because it took forever! So make sure you check out her site, as well.

As little girls we all wanted to be princesses, right? But sometimes being bad is so fun and now we get to live vicariously through these evil personas, even if for just one day. The first task: Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. Her mere image petrified me as a child but now as an adult, I embrace this challenge!

(watch tutorial below!)



-No-name brand foundation palette (green color corrector)
-Rimmel ScandalEyes Shadow Stick (Green)
-Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder (Transparent)
-WnW Fantasy Makers Body Crayon (Black)
-L'Oreal 24H Lacquer Liner (Blackest Black)
-WnW Trio (Zero Dark Flirty) - Crease color for sharp contour

-Ardell Brow Pencil (Soft Black)
-L'Oreal 24H Lacquer Liner (Blackest Black)- Brows
-L'Oreal Colour Riche (Love to Hate Me)- Purple from crease to brow
-WnW Trio (Zero Dark Flirty)- Crease color in crease, Browbone color on lid
-*Maybelline quint (Muse)- Completely optional, I used to add some *sparkle*
-ELF Natural Lash Kit
-Jordana Fabuliner (Black)
-Jordana 12HR Made To Last Liquid Liner Pencil (Charcoal Definition)
-L'Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara

-ELF lipliner (Red)
-WnW Fantasy Makers lipstick (black)
-Rimmel Moisture Renew lipstick (As You Want Victoria)

Gurrrrrl....Let me tell you! I stuck a tube of lipstick (Rimmel Kate Moss to be exact) in each hair elastic then wrapped my hair round and round to get this look. Talk about finding new uses for makeup!

So you tell me, how did I do? The green cast on my face didn't come out as well on pictures or video as I had hoped so I feel like I kinda look like a cross between BatGirl and Maleficent, haha! Not too shabby for my first stab at costume makeup.
Let me know what you think and post any pics or videos of looks you created!





  1. Adriana! I love it. You did so good...I am so glad you went theatrical...I cracked up about your lipstick buns hun...I hope you come back next week for Scar...rawr.

    1. It's the only thing that would keep those puppies up, lol! Gotta get inventive, lol. This is so fun, thank you for coming up with such an awesome series!

  2. Found you on makeup monday linky! I am so glad that I am not the only one that went all the way with this inspired look. I was a little worried that I was! Love your look you did a great job. Following on Bloglovin!

    1. Thanks! I know what you mean, when I saw some of the other beautiful looks I was like, ohhh, maybe I should've gone a little more subtle, haha! But it was fun! Checking yours out now!

  3. Great job Adriana! I have yet to watch the video (I'm falling behind on videos!), but you did an awesome job one halloween look!

  4. Hello! This is amazing! That video was well done and love the music. Really cool. We'll check back for more. Thanks for sharing with us on Brag About It!
    ~Sharon and Denise

    1. Thanks for hosting, I love interacting with other bloggers. It's such a wonderful group of people :)

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