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Disney Makeup That's Beyond Magical  

Crystal Brackett
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Disney fans are known to be a talented community, creating unique artwork like the coolest Disney tattoos and costumes. It comes as no surprise that such talent reaches the world of makeup. From designs illustrating scenes from films like Beauty and the Beast and The Nightmare Before Christmas, to glamorous eye shadow tutorials inspired by iconic characters, these displays of makeup art depict just how innovative Disney fans can get. 

Whether you're looking to put a magical flare on a casual outfit or on a Disney princess costume, these imaginative skin exhibits that draw from some of the best Walt Disney animated movies are sure to trigger inspiration. 

Beauty and the Beast is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Disney Makeup That's Beyond Magical
Photo:  scarlet-moon1/DeviantArt

This breathtaking Beauty and the Beast makeup is the marvelous creation of scarlet-moon1.

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Anna And Elsa From Frozen
Anna And Elsa From Frozen is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Disney Makeup That's Beyond Magical
Photo:  scarlet-moon1/DeviantArt

This glamorous makeup inspired by Anna and Elsa from Frozen is by the talented scarlet-moon1.

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Maleficent From Sleeping Beauty
Maleficent From Sleeping Beaut... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Disney Makeup That's Beyond Magical
Photo:  kikimj/DeviantArt

KikiMJ makes creating a majestic Maleficent look easy. 

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The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Nightmare Before Christmas is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Disney Makeup That's Beyond Magical
Photo:  katiealves/DeviantArt

KatieAlves paints this beautiful scene of The Nightmare Before Christmas in this awesome display of makeup art.

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