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Monday, 8 January 2018

This Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Twisted Versions Of All The Disney Characters

This Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Twisted Versions Of All The Disney Characters



When it comes to recreating iconic looks, Disney characters are always a popular choice. 

Well, makeup Natalie Costello is doing just that — but with a twist!  
A quick scroll through her Instagram proves that she's super talented when it comes to recreating famous characters, but it was her unique take on our favorite Disney characters that really took our breath away.
Take a look!

1. The glamorous Evil Queen from Snow White.

This Disney baddie has never looked so high fashion. 
We are here for this look. Those eyebrows are perfect, and she even got the poison apple exactly right! 

2. A stunning version of Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.


This look is so good that we think it's giving Angelina Jolie a run for her money. 
We are loving the ombré lipstick and those razor-sharp cheekbones. 


3. An incredible look that is half-Jasmine and half-Rajah from Aladdin.


How cool is this? Rajah looks so realistic! 
We love how the tiger scratches on Jasmine gives this look a spooky touch. 


4. A badass look that's half-Belle and half-Beast from Beauty and the Beast.


The scratches on Belle have her looking way more hardcore than we remember her being in the Disney classic, and we love it!


5. A sleek and sassy Scar from The Lion King. 


She has somehow managed to make one of the worst Disney villains look super chic. 
This look has got us hyped for the upcoming live-action remake. 


6. A take on Ursula from The Little Mermaid that we wish we could wear all the time.


Ursula may be a villain, but she also slays. We love that she included Ursula's iconic shell necklace. 


7. A gory version of Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians that some how makes her seem even scarier.


We love this makeup adaptation of Cruella's iconic look. We could totally see this look working in a live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians set in 2017. 


8. A frightening but mesmerizing take on the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland.


From the cat-eye contacts to that toothy illusion, this look somehow manages to be pretty and scary at the same time. 


9. An adorable recreation of Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas.


Sally's look is definitely not easy to pull off, but she did an amazing job here. We love the details around her eyes. 


10. And of course, you can't have Sally without Jack Skellington.


This is one of the best versions of Jack Skellington makeup that I've seen. The use of glitter is a nice touch, and the mouth is perfect.


11. An amazing half-Jack Skellington and half-Sally mash-up.


Just looking at this makes me want to watch The Nightmare Before Christmas right now. 
The iconic couple from Halloween Town has never looked better. 


12. A gorgeous version of Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? 


This look is everything. 
We couldn't help but be reminded of Heidi Klum's iconic Jessica Rabbit Halloween costume when we saw this look. It's stunning. 


13. An incredible makeup transformation into Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean.


The facial hair and the bandanna are so well done that we had to do a double take when we first saw this look. 


14. A mash-up of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf. 


Disney hasn't done an adaptation of this classic children's story since 1922, but after seeing this beautiful look, we think they should! 


15. A look that is half-Dorothy and half-Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. 


I love The Wizard of Oz, so this look is one of my absolute favorites. The witch looks amazing, and she totally nailed Dorothy's subtle but iconic look. 


16. And finally, we had to include this amazing Wonder Woman-inspired look. 


It's not Disney, but we love how she blended Gal Gadot's version with comic book-inspired lines.  
Which look was your favorite? COMMENT and let us know, or SHARE with someone who loves Disney as much as they love makeup. 


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