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People Are Turning Themselves Into Disney Villains And They Look Sinfully Good

Makeup artists and beauty bloggers are making waves with a new makeup challenge that’s serving up some Disney bad ish realness.

The #VillainChallenge was originated by ColourPop Cosmetics to celebrate the launch of their new 'Disney Villains' collection.

Screenshot | ColourPop Cosmetics website

The limited-edition collection features six of Disney’s most popular villains, like the Evil Queen from Snow White, Ursula from The Little Mermaid and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.

Mirror mirror on the wall...

Annie Thomas, also known as @Creative.cliche on Instagram did a wicked good job of recreating the Evil Queen from Snow White. Fierce -- eyebrows and all.

Thomas then painted the Evil Queen's costume on her upper body as a finishing touch that's oh so extra.

"Darling, looking good is better than being good."

Cohl, A.K.A. Cohlsworld, slayed his Cruella De Vil look. The green cut-crease eye is devilishly angular, and the Dalmatian print patches are a fun shout-out to Cruella's fav betches.

Scar, so hot right now.

So, glam Scar is now a thing and we must try it at our next costume party.

Someone, please have a costume party and invite us.

Poor unfortunate souls...

Sarina Nexi was one makeup artist who decided to do an entirely different take on the challenge.

Instead of transforming herself into just one Disney villain, she recreated a scene with Ariel and Ursula from The Little Mermaid, using her stunningly symmetrical face as the canvas.

Have you ever wondered what Hades would like if he were a woman?

We have, and we don't hate it.

We might even go as far to say that we love it.

It's all about the details for this villainous beat.

Everything about Devan Diorio's Cruella look is fierce. Right down to the glittery paw-print backdrop.

Is it too early to start planning Halloween costumes?

Because we would definitely want to recreate this edgy rendition of Dr. Facilier from The Princess and The Frog.

This is sort of what we imagine guitarist Slash would look like if he were a villain... and a woman.

We have just one question for Villainous_Jess...

How do you draw a perfect fire-breathing dragon on your chest?

We're here for it.

This makeup artist's #VillainChallenge is almost too convincing.


Right down to the sinister green eyes and bushy mane, Rebecca Roaming's Scar from The Lion King is frighteningly good.

Pretty sure this is the scariest Hades we've ever seen.

Is anyone else feeling a little spooked out by how good this is?

We live for a good makeup beat...

And Laviedunprince's contoured Ursula transformation is everything.

Do you see those cheekbones?!

We almost mistook this beauty blogger for Angelina Jolie.

Victoria Lyn's transformation into Maleficent is so good that we're pretty sure they could have used her as a face double in the 2014 live-action film.

If being bad looks this good, we might just have to join the dark side.

This villain transformation looks unreal.

Is it just us or did this Jafar look from Aladdin seem like it was animated at first glance and not like someone wearing face paint?

"If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will."

We might just have to agree after seeing this spot-on Cruella De Vil transformation.

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