Mad Beauty Launches Disney Villain Sheet Masks That Will Unleash Your Inner Evil Queen

Mad Beauty, a leader in innovative cosmetics, has unveiled a line of wickedly-good Disney villain face masks for those looking to indulge their inner Cruella De Vil, Ursula, or Maleficent. A great way to be bad while making your skin look great, these masks are perfect for pre-Halloween prep or post-Halloween skin recovery.

An award-winning cosmetics company, Mad Beauty creates novel cosmetic gift products for the retail industry. The brand offers a range of products, including bath and body lines, as well as lotions and treatments, many of which are licensed from Disney, Kellogg’s, Disney, Slush Puppy, Jelly Bean, and Barbie.

The Cruella De Vil mask includes calming coconut to nourish stressed-out skin. The Ursula mask features ultra-hydrating cucumber to soothe and moisturize damaged skin, and the Maleficent mask contains antioxidant green tea to refresh and revitalize less-than-beautiful skin.

Mad Beauty also sells Disney princess face masks for those who are not feeling especially dreadful. You can instantly transform into Ariel, Belle, Aurora, or Jasmine and return that regal glow to your skin.

Disney villains seem to be everywhere lately. At New York Fashion Week last week, luxury designers THE BLONDS showcased their Spring 2019 collection, which is based entirely on the wicked women of Disney. The over-the-top pieces, designed by Phillipe Blond and David Blond, were inspired Cruella de Vil, Maleficent, Evil Queen, the Queen of Hearts, Dr. Facillier, Ursula and her dark eel minions Flotsam and Jetsam.

According to the creators, “The Disney Villains style is iconic and has inspired us since childhood and throughout our career. The opportunity to collaborate with Disney and see these designs come to life on THE BLONDS runway is an absolute dream come true.”

Also, Lauren Moshi, created by siblings, Lauren and Michael Moshi in 2006, has released a casual wear collection that features some of Disney’s most depraved characters. Moshi, who is known for using luxury fabrics for maximum comfort, displays the Disney villains on tees, tanks, knits, jackets, and much more.

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The brand has been worn by celebrities like Kate Hudson, Emma Roberts, Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Julianne Hough, Mila Kunis, and Olivia Wilde. It was also featured in Beyoncé’s 2013 music video for the song Blow.

The Disney Villain Face Masks are available for £3.99 each at madbeauty.com.

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