Malice In Wonderland

Hi Guys & Dolls!

Malice In Wonderland. My concept of MAlice is of a psychopathic killer obsessed with blood in a “Dexter” sort of way. Malice has this sexy scary thing going on; She spends time meticulously painting her face, grooming her blond hair, but she wouldn’t think twice about slashing you. She’s gone too far down the rabbit hole.

I used a lot of inexpensive makeup for this tutorial, mostly Wet ‘n’ Wild. I just love Wet ‘n’ Wild! The Blue Had Me At Hello Palette is so fabulous sometimes I can barely believe it’s only 4.99.

I had trouble finding the just right wig for this, and I finally bought this one though it’s called the “Just Straight” Wig. It has a skin-top in the front so it looks very realistic, and you can change the part. I was suprised by how not itchy is was, and overall not too bad to wear. In fact for those of you who are curious about my natural hair-color, well here you go. My own hair is more ash toned but as it grows out is gets blond like this. I feel like I’m 18 again in this wig (the last time I had long blond hair). Also I see how much my sister and I look alike with my hair like this.

Finding the right costume was a bit difficult, I originally ordered a different one what was awful- too large but more importantly, the fabric looks like cheap little girl’s nightie. No thanks. Thankfully sent me this one and it’s much much better! In fact I am really impressed with the quaintly of this costume, the skirt has a white slip that goes all the way up! Also this costume comes in very large sizes, but check the size chart because I had to order 2 sizes down!

The barrette was a  gift form my friend Heather aka Sokolum79 on youtube.

The Tights I bought from

In the video is a demo of how we bloodstained my costume. The fake blood spray is ok- it ends up drying sort of washed out looking, but at least that way it doesn’t get on everything. The fake blood that I keep licking off the knife is completely edible, it’s a mixture of:

Corn Syrup (Dark is best)

Chocolate Syrup

Red Food Dye and one drop on Blue Food Dye.

And lastly, here’s some photos of accessories to enhance the costume:

These might be cook things to carry around to enhance the Alice in Wonderland theme:

The book is a  leather-bound copy my mom gave me.

The key I took off of a necklace from Torrid

The watch I bought at Claire’s recently. It’s a necklace and I think it would be so cool to wear it and say things like “Time to Die!”

I received the bottle this summer at a baby shower favor and immediately I knew it would be perfect for this. I needed a tag so I fabricated this out of a tie-on tag from a pair of jeans. I then sharpie’d the string black, and wrapped the tag in white paper printed with “drink me”. I glued the paper on with lash glue. I MacGyver’d the heck out of this costume!

And finally here’s a breakdown of the makeup in this video:


Urban Decay Primer Potion

Revlon Grow Luscious Onyx Liner (water-resistant and long lasting)

Wet ‘n’ Wild Blue Had Me At Hello

Milani Liquif’eye Auto Propel Pencil in “blue” (Blue with purple & blue with shimmer, water resistant)

Red Cherry #47 Lashes

MAC Fling Brow Pencil


Too Faced Primed and Poreless

Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation .5

MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natrual in “light”

Make Up For Ever Full Cover “3″

Wet ‘n’ Wild Heather Silk Blush


Ben Nye Cake Liner

MAC Lipmix in Black

Wet ‘n’ Wild “Stoplight Red” Megalast Lipstick

Disclosure: The Costume in this video is a PR sample sent for editorial consideration. Complimentary products do not receive preferential treatment; My subscribers & readers are my #1 priority and I honor your trust by always being honest with you. This video/post contains opinions that are solely my own; I am not influenced by, nor do I represent any company.

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