2.26.2010

WIN IT!! Alice In Wonderland Inspired Beauty Booty


Hey Glamazons! I'm sure you're all stoked about the upcoming release of Tim Burton's adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. (I know I am! Mostly because it features one of my favorite actors, Johnny Depp. I not only admire him for his stellar good looks, but also because he plays a crazy person so well!) To get into the spirit, I've been wearing eyeshadow shades from my Urban Decay Alice In Wonderland Book of Shadows and I'm smitten with OPI's Mad As A Hatter (a shade of black with multi-colored glitter).
With eye shadow names like Underland and Midnight Tea Party, the Urban Decay Alice in Wonderland Book of Shadows features travel size versions of the 24/7 Eye Pencils in Zero and Flipside and Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Sin. The book opens to reveal a full size mirror and a cute pop up version of a shrunken Alice in a peculiar forest.

The limited edition Alice In Wonderland collection from OPI features four shades: Absolutely Alice (a blue glitter); Thanks So Muchness! (a red shimmer); Off With Her Red (a fierce hot red); and Mad As A Hatter.

Tell us: Who is your favorite character from Alice in Wonderland and why?
Leave your comments below and we'll pick the most outstanding. The winner will receive one of the Urban Decay Alice In Wonderland Book of Shadows.

Can't wait to read your responses!
xo
Ferocia


4 comments:

Muse said...

I was torn between The Mad Hatter and The Queen of Hearts. After thinking it over, I’m leaning towards the Queen of Hearts because she reminds me of a tyrannical political leader who achieves their goals regardless of the consequences. I’ve always been partial to good villains because they challenge the protagonist and force them to evaluate their own set of morals and values. Even though the Queen of Hearts is the antagonist in the story, she represents passion. Furthermore The Queen of Hearts allows Alice to explore what it means to grow up, her curiosity, and having an identity.

BTW I love the website ladies. Keep up the good work.

Naseya said...

I stalk, I mean read this blog daily and when I saw this I had to comment. Alice is the favorite character of course! Who doesn’t like the main character? She’s a young girl full of imagination and you follow her thru this fantasy wonderland. I also liked the Cheshire Cat because he disappears and comes back when he wants…wish I could do that right now! LOL. I tried Off with Her Red for my Valentine’s day manicure and I got so many compliments. Even though it’s a cartoon fairy tale I'm looking forward to it in 3D. Avatar set the 3d bar high!

tenngypsy said...

Well Alice of course!! Alice was bored with her humdrum life and made an imaginary one filled with adventure and color, she took her boring, bland world and turned it into technicolor! Life is short, why not live it in color?

Tamara said...

haha, this is probably over... but... the queen of hearts because CHECK THAT MAKEUP! How fun would that be to do! I mean, the technique involved is awesome. Cover the brows, and the lip would be difficult (at least for me). It would be fun to do... and to find a wig to do the part, would be a task. I mean, sure this is cgi, but if they were to be in a play... girrl the creativity! :)

plus, she may be evil, but she's fierce with it. lol.

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