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Makeup Artist Uses Her Hijab To Shatter Disney Princess Stereotypes

The Huffington Post logo The Huffington Post 26/02/2016 Suzy Strutner
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For Malaysian makeup artist Saraswati, a hijab is no barrier to dressing like a Disney princess.

In fact, it's the most critical part of her look.

The Disney fan -- who goes by Queen of Luna on Instagram -- uses her traditional Muslim headwear to become all sorts of Disney characters that look so authentic, they'll make you do a double take: 

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"Needed to attach the headband on hijab," Saraswati wrote on a post of her "Alice in Wonderland" look. "I used to dress up as Alice almost everyday when I was little."

Her headwear has served as an Elsa braid, a Belle updo and even a landing pad for Ariel's fork. 

She's done Jafar and The Red Queen, too:

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It's about time the mainstream fashion world started recognizing the hijab's power in creating a beautiful style statement. Dolce & Gabbana started selling a line of hijabs and abayas earlier this year, and Uniqlo is poised to make a move in the hijab market, too. 

With the help of more bold moves like Saraswati's, we can't wait to watch hijabs rise to the top of best-dressed lists in every country.

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