Woman Uses Her Hijab To Turn Herself Into Disney Princesses, Fiction And Comic Characters – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Woman Uses Her Hijab To Turn Herself Into Disney Princesses, Fiction And Comic Characters

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The Little Mermaid, Mulan, or even Jafar – Malaysian make up artist Saraswati can transform herself into any Disney character. The mother-of-two has not only mastered the art of face paint, she also creatively uses her hijabs to complete her looks.

h/t: boredpanda

Ariel the Mermaid
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Tinker Bell
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Mulan
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Galaxy
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Marvel vs DC
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Joker
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Catwoman
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Harley Quinn
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Ursula
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Wonder Woman
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Batman
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Neytiri
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Jackie Frost
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The Doll
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Pinocchio
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Aladdin
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Queen of Hearts
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Alice in Wonderland
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The Mad-Hatte
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Cheshire Cat
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Spider Gwen
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Cruella de Vil
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NCR Ranger (Fallout)
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Hello Kitty
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Lycan
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Sailor Moon
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