I love how he bends his head back, turning himself into abstract shape and color.
From what I can gather, “Paper Cutting Girls” or “Paper Cut Girl” is a national folk dance about Jian zhi, Chinese Paper Cutting. This is a very fun version of the dance. Notice how they have their fingers shaped like scissors when they sweep their hands in a cutting motion.
Bonus video! I found this in the side bar, and it’s just gorgeous.
I wrote this whole entry about crowns for evil queens, and realized it just had to go on Spooky Moon.
I love headbands and tiaras, I just don’t have any. I may have to fix that. Here are some of the less evil things I found whilst poking around.
I love the modern look of this. For the wired queen.
This I would actually wear. It’s lovely and understated. I don’t know if it’s the most delicate, but it’s certainly a contender.
Definitely for wearing to the Medieval Faire. With wings.
This thing is just plain cool, though it looks terribly uncomfortable. But I suppose a little discomfort is worth it to look like you could turn someone into a tree.
Had to finish with this, because damn. Pretty sure if you put this on, pixies swarm you to do your bidding.