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Infographic shows the beauty secrets of our favourite Disney villains

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The success of Angelina Jolie's Maleficent proves just how much we love a good Disney villain. Maybe it's their unfaltering confidence, their relentless drive or their incredibly arched eyebrows.

The fashion and beauty of the likes of Ursula, Cruella de Vil and even Jafar are outlandish, dramatic and brilliant. We might even go as far as saying they're better than those of the Disney princesses.

In spirit of this, Disney have created an infographic - exclusively for Stylist.co.uk - of what makes these evil characters so iconic.

For Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent it's her purple eyelids and striking horns; for the Evil Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs it's her fierce red lips and gold crown; and for Beauty and the Beast's Gaston it's his smarmy eyebrows and jet black mane.

Enjoy the infographic below, while we go grab our most villainous red lipstick...

Available now to own on Disney Blu-ray and DVD, a special limited edition artwork collection of Disney Villains. ©2014 Disney



Available now to own on Disney Blu-ray and DVD, a special limited edition artwork collection of Disney Villains. ©2014 Disney

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