About two months ago the Disney+ app launched in the Netherlands as a testround. Everyone here was able to test and use the app and site for free until the global release date. Of course, I immediately installed the app to see what I could do with it. Today I’ll tell you all about what I think of it and if it’s worth the money.Continue reading “Review: The Disney+ App”
What’s this, what’s this? Another Disney bounding article? You got it! When this article goes online, I’ll be enjoying my last day in Disneyland, so I thought it would be appropriate to post a fun, little, bounding article. Today I’m showing you how I channel the lovely Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas (my all time favourite Disney movie) in my outfit. Let’s jump into it.
In less than two weeks I’ll be going to Disneyland for a couple of days. When I heard this amazing news I was, of course, very pumped. The first thought I had was: I can wear my Winnie the Pooh shirt to Disney! It will be perfect! And that got me to my next idea: I can try Disneybounding. Disneybounding is using ordinary clothes to look like a Disney character. I thought it would be fun to give it a try and show you guys what I came up with. So for today’s article I’ll try to disneybound Winnie the Pooh. Let’s get into it!
We probably all know, and love, the crazy charactar from Alice in Wonderland: the Mad Hatter. In the live-action movies his character design is amazing. The details of his outfit and makeup are downright beautiful and it fits the character so well. I always wanted to do my makeup like this version of Hatter, but I never got around to do it and I kind of forgot about it. Until this week, when I watched Glam&Gore’s latest YouTube video in which she tries to do Mad Hatter sfx makeup in thirty minutes. It really brought back the idea of dressing up as Hatter, but then put my own twist to it. So today I bring you: Mad Hatter, but call it glam!