52 Weeks of Disney: Week 19 - The Jungle Book Shere Khan

The Jungle Book is one of the first Disney films I ever remember watching. I actually remember watching it on Christmas Day for some reason with my dad. And I watched it over and over and over and over again. I mean who doesn't love the Jungle Book? And do you remember the game. Oh my god the game swallowed up so much of my childhood! 
As always though, with many of these looks, I can't resist recreating the villain. And for this one, I went all out and incorporated lips as well. I just couldn't help myself.  Shere Khan as villainous and evil as he is, is damn fabulous too. 






And then I couldn't help myself. I've really been loving lip-art recently and saw such a cool zebra print one the other day on Instagram, so totally got into the spirit of things on my lips too!


It was surprisingly easy to do! Literally coat the lips in orange and then I used a small nibbed liquid liner to draw on imprecise lines. I made some thick, some zig-zagged, some tiny ones and voila. Quite tiger like I think! 


I used mostly MAC which was unintentional. I recently bought MAC Orange eyeshadow and couldn't wait to use it. Its incredible. So pigmented and matte. Definitely recommend if you're in the market for a new orange shadow! Other than that I just used a bunch of different liners it seems! But this was definitely a fun look, I really enjoyed it and it really bought out the creativity. Having to think about what shapes on the eye would look good and what I could do to make it represent Shere Khan more. 

P/S: How good was the Jungle Book live action?! I thought it was incredible!!

Kayleigh x


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  1. love this look! especially the eyeliner :) xx

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  2. Ah, this is gorgeous! Such a perfectly feline look and those shade of orange are stunning! xo

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.com

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