Not only is this a very original idea, you do it so well! The attention you give to detail is amazing. I love the faint traces of gold glitter, the turquoise highlighting in the eyeshadow, and the fact that all of your lashes are at different lengths.
You add just enough to make it look unusual, but still, I don't know, believable.
There's not really any more that I can say that can emphasize how much I love this!
As for the next in your series, I would love to see Rapunzel makeup.
I really don't get much of a Pocahontas vibe from this. To me, Pocahontas is more tans and golds and warm browns and reds than blues and greens. But, as you said, this is your interpretation of her. I have a feeling that the colors were probably taken from her necklace and from her love of nature. Nonetheless, great work.
I agree with jarjar's comment, I think a little more earth tones would have done this some good, but otherwise I love it, a nice interpretation with the green feathers and blue, like body paint but also reminiscent of water.
I like the straight edge to this, it gives a feel of warpaint and not just makeup. However, I think if this were done in shades of brown/bronze with hints of blue instead of black/green/blue it would have popped out more as Pocahontas. I honestly thought this was going to be for The Frog Princess, just the feather would need to be a lily. It's still gorgeously done and very unique. For me it just doesn't say "Pocahontas" the way your other works scream the character.
I love all your other ones, but this one has got to be my least favourite... i feel like it doesn't express what pocahontas is at all.. a little disappointed because she is my favourite disney character..