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Disneybound of the Week 17: Gaston

This week's Disneybound finishes our month of villains with Gaston. This is the first male Disneybound that I've done, but it was so fun to figure out. Of course, I just had to do the villain from my favorite movie, Beauty and the Beast. Gaston is such an interesting character. He and the Beast were designed to be complete opposites. Gaston was designed to be handsome on the outside and ugly on the inside. The Beast was designed to be ugly on the outside and handsome on the inside, once Belle was able to get through to him. Animators talked about the challenge that they faced with the characters from this movie. Andreas Deja was the animator of Gaston. He has spoken in interviews about the process to create Gaston, and how he was the first villain created that didn't look like a villain. It started a trend with future villains, and it all began with Andreas Deja and the character he created with Gaston. Gaston is such an over-the-top character, and he's the villain that we all love to hate. Let's break down the look, shall we?

For a Gaston Disneybound, your color scheme is red, brown, black, and pops of yellow. Any references to arrow and antlers are great. Boots are a must. For my outfit, I wore a red shirt by St. John's Bay from JCPenney, brown pants by Lee, and black boots. I put my hair in a braid and tied it with a yellow scrunchie. I didn't have any arrow or antler themed jewelry, so I went with natural materials and earth tones. I wore a wooden bangle bracelet that used to belong to my mom. I also wore leather earrings with bronze feather charms in the middle. It was a fairly simple Disneybound, but I felt that it was effective. For my makeup, I kept to earth-tones. Brown eyeshadow and eyeliner, and nude lipstick. All-in-all, I think this bound came out pretty well, but what do you think? Let me know in the comments.

I want to take this opportunity to let you know that this will be my last Disneybound post here on the blog. I will continue posting Disneybounds on my Instagram and Facebook, but I will no longer continue to detail the looks here. I am doing this in an effort to bring better quality content to the blog, and this will give me more time to research and bring you the highest quality content possible. I hope you have enjoyed these posts, and please continue to follow on Instagram and Facebook for more Disney fun. As always, be sure to subscribe to the blog to keep up with the latest posts. Have a magical day!

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