As children, we loved escaping down the long rabbit hole of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland
" and falling into a whimsical fairytale full of possibilities. And as adults, we are still in love with the peculiar characters that overtake our dreams.
So, when Organix
(the creators behind the "Alice in Wonderland" inspired Cherry Blossom Ginseng shampoo and conditioner) invited StyleList to attend a screening of Tim Burton's 3-D interpretation
of the children's classic, we went mad!
With a star-studded cast that includes Mia Wasikowska
as Alice, Anne Hathaway
as the White Queen, Johnny Depp
as the Mad Hatter, and Helena Bonham Carter
as the White Queen, Burton stirs up a cinematic phenomena brewing with trippy makeup and hair that reminded us of looks from the Fall 2010 runways
Read on for our head-to-head beauty analysis of "Alice in Wonderland
's" Red and White Queens.
All hail the queen! Helena Bonham Carter's Red Queen hair and makeup is similar to this model from Marni's Fall 2010 Runway Show. Photos: Disney | AP
Helena Bonham Carter gives a riveting performance as the Red Queen caked in white face powder, baby blue eyeshadow, and her signature heart pout. And when her royal highness flashed across the screen donning sky-high, wavy tendrils, we instantly thought of the models from Marni
's Fall 2010 show during Milan Fashion Week
Like staring into a looking glass: Anne Hathaway's White Queen is a spitting image of this model from Proenza Schouler's Fall 2010 Runway Show. Photos: Disney | AP
The delicate nature of Anne Hathaway
came into play as she pranced around Wonderland as the very pale White Queen. Donning strong brows and dark lips, Hathaway looked like she was fresh off the Proenza Schouler
Do you think it's a coincidence or ahead of the trends?
"Alice in Wonderland" opens in theaters this Friday on March 5.
for the details on "Alice in Wonderland" inspired makeup.