Woman uses hijab, makeup to transform herself into Disney characters

A Malaysian makeup artist uses her hijab and makeup to make herself look like Disney princesses. 

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Known by her first name, Saraswati, and called Queen of Luna on Instagram, the woman has shared more than 300 posts of herself to over 100,000 Instagram followers. Her photos garner thousands of likes on the social media platform.

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But she doesn't stop there. Saraswati, who fashions her hijab to look like hair, has also recreated looks of Disney villains, Marvel characters and Kylie Jenner, among others.

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Pop art #Ursula. Lol smh.

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Tinker Bell Requested by @nyssaismadi. Just had to take this pic from a high angle so the bun can be seen. It's actually an underscarf (hijab inner that has a bun in it) yes there's such thing lol and worn with the gold satin shawl. I planned to do a more unique Tinker Bell look or a twisted version like @akhanartistry's (she's a very talented artist, you guys need to check out her amazing SFX looks) but I just didn't have much time. #momproblems . #amazingmakeupart #muamalaysia #charactermakeup #disneyprincess #disneyvillains #makeupartistmalaysia #malaysianmakeupartist #hijabiqueen #hijabster #disneyprincesses #makeupdolls #fantasy #fairytale #faceart #hijabstyle #universalhairandmakeup #makeupgeek #maquillage #cosplayers #tinkerbelle #neverland #peterpan

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