Who doesn’t love Alice in Wonderland? Especially the 2010 adaptation by Tim Burton?
(I may or may not have a big poster of the movie above my bed ;))
One of my favorite characters is the White Queen. Her gentleness, her kindness, her style and of course, her white beauty!
So here’s my guide on how to look like her in a few simple steps.
First of white or white blond hair is ideal. But even light blond or wearing a wig is totally fine. In fact it’s so much fun to wear a (good) wig for a day!
Next up are the dresses. Pale colors, that go beautifully with white hair and preferably with delicate details!
As for the jewelry, go with pale colored detailed, pearl, diamonds, white lace and the like.
And then the make up. You ‘ll want to go with a pale foundation, little color on the eyes who are a bit on the icy-white-light pink side and put your focus on the lips, using either a more brown red like the movie or go with a more subtle red.
As for the hair? loose curls and braids look fantastic with this look!
And don’t forget the finishing touch! Black nail polish.
(Livid by LVX)
Hope you liked this post ;)
Enchanting with a dose of spooky Red Riding Hood photoshoot
Action as offering: witches, service and community by Molly of Cream City Dreamsicles
Make origami stars with kind messages by Creative Kismet
Finding the magic in Shemini Atzeret, a beautiful mix of magic, Jewish holiday and rain prayer
Fairy apartments in the forest? I ‘ve gone to fairy heaven! by Faerie Magazine Facebook
Steampunk boots with pockets
10 things to try this fall by LaurenConrad.com
Embellished old keys by Steampunk Tendencies
A wonderful collection of autumnish nail polishes (vegan!) by VeganBeautyReview
Not a bubble bath goddess. Alternative ways to tap Goddess energy. Love this!
Fairy paths by Atlas Obscura
Picture of the week
Video of the week
To tango tis Nefelis (Nefeli is a Greek name, meaning cloud). Beautiful music by Loreena McKennit and lyrics by Haris Alexiou (in Greek) and wonderful tango moves.
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Or simply stuff that help me stay on track ;)
(by the way the photos are just my PERSONAL inspiration. Everyone’s ideals of beauty are different and we should celebrate that! :) )
I may not be a fan of George Martin’s books and the series but girl, they are an inspiration of outfits and hairstyles.
So on we go starting with Daenerys :)
The title above says it all.
These pictures speak a thousand words so on with them :)
One of my favorite movie/literary couples :)
The World’s Most Beautiful Library Is In Prague, Czech Republic by Boredpanda
Stop fighting food! by Isabel Foxen Duke. For anyone who goes crazy around food.
Decorated Spoon Wands, by Pixie Hill. Mind – Blown!
Sea Shell Candles by White Kitchen Witch
Fairy Forest Bathroom!
Magical things are crafted in this Kitchen card and image
The farmer and the sea captain a beautiful fairytale played with shadow puppets, a guitarist and an actress!
Faerie Spoons by Faerie Magazine
5 Things that changed when I stopped eating animals, by Rachel Krantz. A wonderful read!
The most beautiful bird house
Lovely Quote of the week
Metal Bellydance video of the week
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So you want to gift someone roses. Why not choose blue roses? Like all roses they have a special meaning,
and in their case, extra special.
(Part of an article from https://www.roseforlove.com/ )
Much like its mysterious origin, the blue rose means mystery. An appreciation for the enigmatic, the inexplicable is expressed by blue roses. A tantalizing vision that cannot be totally pinned down, a mystery that cannot be fully unraveled is the blue rose. A person who receives the blue rose is the subject of much speculation and thought. A complex personality that does not allow easy interpretation is what the blue rose indicates.
The blue rose being in itself something very extraordinary expresses that very same feeling. “You are extraordinarily wonderful”, the blue rose exclaims. A truly wonderful personality, almost chimera-like is what the blue rose says about the receiver. A flight of fancy, an irrepressible imagination is what the blue rose is all about.
Blue and its deeper shade purple have for long symbolized mystery and ambiguity. Again, the fact that the blue rose is a flower that has been fabricated increases this sense of surrealism. The meaning of the blue rose in this sense is an appreciation for something that cannot be grasped in full measure.
The lighter shade of the blue rose, which is almost akin to lilac, expresses the first flush of love. Enchantment, a feeling of being completely bowled over in the very first instance is another delightful meaning of the blue rose. Lavender and lilac have both been associated with romance since time immemorial.