Unleash Your Inner Evil Queen: Disney Villains Inspire New Line From MAC Cosmetics
The Evil Queen probably didn't think her immortal words would match up with makeup when she scared the pants off kids in Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" back in 1937, but we're guessing she's one of the four Disney characters represented in MAC cosmetic's upcoming Venomous Villains line.
The beauty brand -- which has teamed in the past with celebs from Rupaul and Dame Edna to Hello Kitty and Lady Gaga -- is joining forces with Disney to launch the collection worldwide in September, according to Women's Wear Daily.
The fashion trade reports lipstick, powder, lip gloss and blush will range in price from $12 to $29.50.
MAC isn't saying exactly which four villains will be featured, but we've got a few ideas. Forget Captain Hook, Scar or The Shadow Man. When it comes to evil-doers -- at least in Disneyland -- it's (mostly) ladies first. We predict the villainesses will be, of course, "Snow White's" Evil Queen, Cruella de Vil ("101 Dalmations"), Maleficent ("Sleeping Beauty") and Dr. Facilier ("The Princess and the Frog").
What will MAC offer? The Evil Queen's poison apple red lipstick? Cruella's brow pencil? Cue the evil laugh.
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