This is Halloween Series: Evil Queen Make Up Look

First of all - Happy Halloween everyone! This is the last look of my little Halloween series and I'm really gonna miss wearing the face paint and wigs to be honest! Its been a lot of fun so bring on the Christmassy looks and glitter! Today I thought i'd do another Disney Villain, I kind of wish I had been able to do them all but there's next year! I'm gonna finish with the Evil Queen, Disney's very first villain and one of the baddest of them all! I actually bought the silly gold crown from Hobbycraft for £2 and improvised with some tights for the headpiece! They do sell official Disney licensed headpieces online but for the sake of time, I just worked with what I had!









MAC Russian Red

I used the ELF Disney Villains Evil Queen palette (Of course! I couldn't use anything else!) and loved the outcome! It was perfect and I actually really really liked the look it gave!

I paired it up with Rimmel Match Perfection foundation to give that porcelain sort of skin that the Evil Queen has and of course I had to use my MAC Venomous Villains Beauty Powder for my cheeks, I couldn't use anything else! Teamed up with MAC Russian Red.
And thats my Halloween Series over and done with for a year! Be sure to catch up on the other Disney villains I did including Ursula and Maleficent

I hope you have a great Halloween and have enjoyed my little series! Have a good'un!

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  1. All of your Halloween looks this month have been AMAZING! Seriously inspirational x

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    1. Thank you very much :) I'm gonna miss doing them!

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  2. I very nearly was going to dress up as the evil queen tonight as I have a costume I had to make several years ago for a show but when I got it out part of it was missing and I didn't have time to make that piece again. This is a fab look and would have been perfect to go with it x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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    1. Aww that sucks! But next year ;) And thank you Becky :)

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  3. Nailed it! Plus, you look stunning <3 I love how you rejiggered the tights to make up the headpiece - if you ask me, that's what Halloween is about! Anybody can buy a costume, right?
    BTW I am SO looking forward to the gorgeous and creative looks I know you'll come up with for the Holidays :D

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    1. Haha thank you Sarah :) And yeah totally! I love making costumes, although being crafty doesn't come easy to me so I admit I did buy this years costume haha! And thank you, can't wait to get into them!

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  4. This is incredible! And such a great idea for next year..

    Jodie Marie
    à la Jode

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    1. Thank you! I'm definitely being a Disney Villain next year :)

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  5. You look great! I love ALL of your looks <3 xox

    www.thestylekhaleesi.com

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  6. Love the lashes, which ones did you use?

    Bella x

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    1. Hi Bella :) I actually used the ones that came in the Elf set, but I know Tesco Lash Studio do ones verrrry similar :)

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    2. Thanks :) I will have a look for them :) x

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    3. Np :) They are like £2 too! I really like all the Lash Studio ones :)

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  7. your pictures are amazing, the photos really draw your attention and your creativity is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you very much Steph! I love Blog Sales i'll definitely pop on over for a look :)

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  8. HEY LOOK! I HAVE THAT FOUNDATION :)x

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  9. I already can't wait till next year for your next round of these Halloween looks! This was a great way to end it. It's very regal but evil and I love it :)

    - Jess
    The Mod Mermaid

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