Your nails can be ‘Mad as a Hatter’ (black and glittery) with ‘Alice in Wonderland'-inspired cosmetics


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Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland” has attracted designer collaborators such as Stella McCartney, Tom Binns and Sue Wong for accessories and a clothing line with Wong. Now, beauty brands OPI and Urban Decay have also gone down the rabbit hole for ‘Alice'-inspired cosmetics.

In February, OPI will introduce four nail lacquer shades inspired by Tim Burton’s 3-D spectacle, which will be released on March 5: “Absolutely Alice” in blue glitter, “Mad as a Hatter” in black-multi glitter, “Thanks so Muchness” in shimmery red and a bold “Off with Her Red.” The OPI “Alice in Wonderland” nail varnishes will be available at JCPenney for $8.50.


Urban Decay also joins the tea party with the “Book of Shadows,” featuring 16 eye shadows that evoke Alice’s dreamscape of talking caterpillars and flower beds. Am eye-shadow “book” opens to reveal 16 shades with names Alice. White Rabbit, Queen, Wonderland, Muchness, Drink Me, Eat Me, Midnight Tea Party and Jabberwocky. The ‘Book of Shadows’ will retail for $52, also in February, at Sephora, Macy’s and Urban Decay (now available online in limited quantity).

-- Max Padilla


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