Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful Makeup and Costume Featurette #DisneyOzEvent

Of course I love all things Oz, but there are always one or two things that stand out to me the most in any film I see. For Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful, it was the costumes and the makeup. Thanks to Urban Decay, all twenty-five of the bloggers attending the #DisneyOzEvent were able to recreate the Glinda and Theodora looks on ourselves. Check out my review of Urban Decay and the limited edition makeup palettes.

When we met with Mila Kunis to discuss the character of Theodora, she went into some detail about the makeup process for her role. We also had the opportunity to spend some time with actual costumes used in Oz the Great and Powerful (I have photos of them that we’ll be posting later on).

For now, I hope you all enjoy this featurette from Oz the Great and Powerful about the makeup and costumes from the film. And if you don’t have it on your calendar already, save the date March 8th and head out to see Oz the Great and Powerful in Disney 3D.

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OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL lands in theaters on March 8th!

*Disney provided me with an all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles to attend the red carpet premiere and participate in cast and crew interviews. No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post.*

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Comments

  1. Karen Glatt says

    How exciting to get to meet the actors in this movie. I can not wait to see your make-up and costume that you wore! I am going to see this movie!

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This looks amazing- all that work and costumes and special effects are terrific. I shall have to see this movie

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