Anyone who obsessively bought Chanel Rouge Noir in the 90’s (yes, I started buying Chanel when I was young) will know that Mia Wallace is a total style icon.
As a child of the 90’s, I watch Pulp Fiction every day, listened to the soundtrack, had the poster, and desperately wanted to be as cool Mia Wallace. So I was super excited to hear that Urban Decay have created a limited edition collection, inspired by the ‘completely badass’ Mrs. Mia Wallace, to celebrate Pulp Fiction’s twentieth anniversary.
I know, it really has been that long!
The Pulp Fiction collection has everything you need to recreate the dark, and edgy look that Mia Wallace has in the film. Here’s how you create the look:
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The Eyeshadow Palette (£17.50) contains five shades of Eyeshadows to create her smokey (I haven’t slept for 5 nights straight) eye. The amazing shiny black case features the fateful Ezekiel passage voiced by Jules Winnfield in the film. I would buy this and never use it, because the packaging is so cool.
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The Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner (£14.00) in, of course, Gunmetal. The black with black and silver sparkle wasn’t worn by Mia Wallace, but I think this definitely adds to that glazed over look she had in the film. I would do the classic cat flick, but if you want to go for the full effect, smudge a little under your lower lashes.
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Finish the eyes off the Perversion Mascara (£17.00) which glides on and gets you ‘sexed up in one stroke’ for bigger, blacker, badder lashes! Apparently, its insane how black they get.
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