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Disney Descendants Evie Costume

Disney Descendants

Disney Descendants Evie Costume

So it’s been a bit of a busy week and there has been a lot going on in our home. As per usually I have been ill and very dizzy and nauseous but not as sick as I was while on the diet preparing for my operation, so thats good news.

This week was World Book day and I wrote a book on some of my favourite books if you’d like to pop over and take a read, totally optional but your welcome. Anyway, Sylvia wanted to dress up as Evie, from Disney Descendants.

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Evie is the Daughter of the Evil Queen, the one who tried to kill Snow white. Evie however is cool and has blue hair and wears blue clothes. So, Sylvia decided she wanted to be Evie for school. We found a blue denim skirt and a blue top pretty easy enough in the drawers, but needed to figure how to get blue hair.

Disney Descendants

I googled blue hair and looked it up from a few online stores. I almost ordered one and quickly realsied it was actually hair die and had I not double checked, Sylvia could have ended up with blue hair for some time.

Disney Descendants

I finally found a blue spray available from Superdrug and sent John to buy it for Β£2.99. Sylvia and John then visited the Poundland store for a magic mirror and came home with a mirror and a necklace. Evie like Jewellery.

I had a small tiara and some blue nail polish and was hoping Β to have some blue eye shadow but only had purple so that had to do. Sylvia was super excited and although the costume could have been better, it was great and she was super excited to go to school.

Disney Descendants

She took her book, The Isle of the Lost with her to school and is so excited as she has been telling everyone that she is coming to school with blue hair!

I don’t look forward to washing it out!

What do you think? Do you like the Evie Look?

And we could not leave without a great dog picture! Quote of the Week!

Angela

Disney Descendants

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16 Comments

  1. She looks adorable in her costume! For once we were ready this year (ordered everything online before hand), only to find out days before World Book day that the school wasn’t requiring the kids to dress-up as their favourite characters this year πŸ™ x

    1. thanks. That’s frustrating having no book day! maybe they can save the costumes for next dress up day… they seem to come regular at our school!

  2. So sorry to hear you’ve been poorly again. I hope you’re on the mend and manage to enjoy your Mother’s Day weekend.
    I’m super impressed, despite being poorly, that you’ve managed to fashion a super smashing book week costume, she looked great and phew for spotting the permanent blue hair dye faux pas early on!!
    X

    1. Thanks. my hubby bought the things we needed. Despite illness I still have to plan these things and help because if i don’t my daughter would miss out! xx

    1. Oh it was fab but boy was it tricky getting the spray out. She had to have the hair washed three times and was really upset but then I told her if she went blue that would be the consequence. Maybe next time she will go with a wig! Angela

  3. Oh my permanent blue hair would have been interesting. I use to use colour sprays on my hair when I was younger πŸ™‚ I think she looks fab after all its not every day you get to have blue hair. Hope she had a lovely day at school, I can’t wait for Monkey to have his first book day πŸ™‚ xx

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