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Get ready for “Alice in Wonderland” chic

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Tim Burton’s re-up of Disney classic Alice in Wonderland hasn’t hit theaters yet, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t already influencing fashion and beauty looks for spring.

Both Urban Decay and OPI are coming out with capsule collections to partner with the forthcoming movie, starring Johnny Depp, and to say that the new products will appeal to the childlike sensibility in all of us is probably an understatement.

Like the Urban Decay Alice in Wonderland palette seen above, both collections are expected to contain the kind of bright, trippy colors that can be expected from a Tim Burton remake of an already-trippy movie. Anyone remember his version of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?”

The collections should debut in the next few months.

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