Dark Winter Queen #BeautiesOnFire

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Welcome to Beauties On Fire! This weeks theme is Nature and I chose to do a winter/nature/movie mix. My inspiration? The Black Swan.

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Natalie Portman is one of my favorite actresses (though I admit I’ve been slacking on movies lately) and she’s also a huge inspiration to me, plus she’s downright adorable! In one way or another, she is the modern Audrey Hepburn for me.

I don’t know what made me become inspired by the movie The Black Swan but I was and so the Dark Winter Queen was created.

Because the theme of this weeks BOF was Nature, and it’s December(Winter is coming!), I knew I wanted a snowy look but I didn’t have any clue on how to achieve that look until Natalie Portman popped into my head. Natalie’s makeup for the movie cover always caught my eye and I always wanted to create it for myself.

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I also knew I didn’t have any white foundation or face paint that could help me pull off her look 100%(while keeping it winter themed) so I decided to do pretty much the opposite.

I went with too much contour, blue and grey winter eyes, and white and blue lips. I added my wig for some umph. I wanted the look to be dark and brooding, threatening almost. The dark winter queen is not someone you should mess with!

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