Makeup Artist Turns Herself Into Characters & Celebs

Makeup Artist Turns Herself Into Characters & Celebs

Who needs to wear a big ridiculous mask to look like a celebrity when you can wear ridiculous amounts of makeup instead? Me because I don’t know how to put on makeup, but makeup artist Carly Paige doesn’t have that problem. She can transform herself into celebrities and characters like Jack Sparrow, Lady Gaga, and Albert Einstein just using makeup. She studies each person and learns the shape of their features in order to recreate them with makeup. Believe it or not, she’s not in movie special effects (yet), but works at Sephora. Next time I go there for a makeup trial and they ask if I want natural or glamour I’m going to tell them I want to look like Mystique from X-men.

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Via: My Modern Met

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39 thoughts on “Makeup Artist Turns Herself Into Characters & Celebs

  1. Surra

    Bank Teller: “I think Jack Sparrow just robbed us.”
    911 Operator: “You mean Johnny Depp?”
    Bank Teller: “No, Really. Jack Sparrow.”

    … at least that’s how I would use this gift/talent/entrepreneur opportunity

  2. Bighnaraj Boxi

    ave forest;save animals and birds ;;save tree save water;save cows save nation !

  3. Troll

    No, actually he’s right here. “You’re” is the right word to use in the structure of “your” sentence. If anything, perhaps you might be trolling considering how simple differentiating “your” from “you’re” really is. Let me take you back to grade 2 ; “Your” is possessive (your puppy, your paper, your book) and “you’re” is a combination of you and are (you’re happy, and yes even YOU’RE AMAZING). Perhaps now I am the one trolling you. But I am not a troll without purpose. No, no, no. I’m here to save and rid the world from people like you. Who will pass down their (notice I didn’t use “there” or “they’re” ) dumb genetics and educational skills to their offspring. You’ve (again a combination of “you and have”) been served by the best.

    Sincerely,

    Mr Troll.

  4. c

    I sincerely appreciate the grammar correction. a simple your and you’re misspelling…this is why america is the least intelligent country. humph.

  5. Troll

    Hello there!

    I am truly glad you appreciated the grammar correction. You can rest assure it is well noted! I am on your side too you know!?

    Oh wait, is that a hint of sarcasm I sense coming on your part? Perhaps it is. How could I ever know using tiny little American troll brain?

    Now, take a seat because we are going on a field trip back to grade 2! Isn’t this exciting?!?!

    I like to call this elementary lesson :

    “Why a simple punctuation mistake should not go unnoticed.”

    When people speak face to face, they use changes in their voices, pauses, facial expressions and even hand motions to help people understand what they mean. Also, when people speak face-to-face, they are usually in a “situation”, where many things can be assumed about what they mean.

    Does le still follow troll?

    Also, there is almost no aspect of language that is “not needed”. People are naturally lazy, and tend to throw out (or just not add) anything in language that is really not needed.
    You probably think some people sat down somewhere and made up punctuation, but that’s not the case at all, people started writing first and only started using punctuation when they couldn’t understand what they were writing to each other.

    Does le still understand?

    Simply put, if we don’t use punctuation in writing, it can’t be understood, or is very difficult to understand.

    If you don’t think so, try writing a short story about something without using a single period, comma or question mark, then read it again a week later. You might be surprised.

    1.Periods

    I’m sorry you can’t come with us.

    I’m sorry. You can’t come with us.

    2. Commas with Interrupting Phrases

    The Democrats say the Republicans will lose the election.

    The Democrats, say the Republicans, will lose the election.

    3. Commas with Direct Address

    Call me fool if you wish.

    Call me, fool, if you wish.

    4. Commas with Nonrestrictive Clauses

    The three passengers who were seriously injured were taken to the hospital.

    The three passengers, who were seriously injured, were taken to the hospital.

    5. Commas with Compound Clauses

    Do not break your bread or roll in your soup.

    Do not break your bread, or roll in your soup.

    6. Serial Commas

    This book is dedicated to my roommates, Oprah Winfrey, and God.

    This book is dedicated to my roommates, Oprah Winfrey and God.

    7. Colons and Commas

    A woman without her man is nothing.

    A woman: without her, man is nothing.

    8. Quotation Marks and Commas

    “The criminal,” says the judge, “should be hanged.”

    The criminal says, “The judge should be hanged.”

    9. Hyphens with Compound Words

    I saw a man eating shark.

    I saw a man-eating shark.

    10. Apostrophes with Contractions

    A clever dog knows its master.

    A clever dog knows it’s master.

    11. Apostrophes with Possessive Nouns

    The butler stood by the door and called the guests names.

    The butler stood by the door and called the guests’ names.

    12. Basic Rules of Punctuation

    Dear John:

    I want a man who knows what love is all about. You are generous, kind,
    thoughtful. People who are not like you admit to being useless and
    inferior. You have ruined me for other men. I yearn for you. I have no
    feelings whatsoever when we’re apart. I can be forever happy–will you
    let me be yours?

    Jane

    Dear John:

    I want a man who knows what love is. All about you are generous, kind,
    thoughtful people, who are not like you. Admit to being useless and
    inferior. You have ruined me. For other men, I yearn. For you, I have no
    feelings whatsoever. When we’re apart, I can be forever happy. Will you
    let me be?

    Yours,

    Jane

    Does le still understand? Or is le still focused on insulting a country he will never get to be a part of?

    Intelligence transcends demographics. But perhaps this was not taught in your motherland.

    Now that you have been successfully trolled. I will once again state that I am not a troll without purpose. No, no, no. I’m here to save and rid the world from people like you. Who will pass down their dumb genetics, educational skills, and irrelevantly ignorant opinions on to their offspring. You’ve been served by the best.

    Sincerely,

    Mr Troll.

  6. zzzzzzz

    Seriously? Is a comment with incorrect grammar on some random website really that important to warrant such a lengthy response?

  7. Troll

    Hello!

    Thank you for your question.

    I would like to start by saying that I value every single question asked by my fan base. I hope you know that your question had me pondering for a little while!

    So let’s start.

    What you value as important is clearly based on your own understanding of “importance” according to your own experiences. Consequently, you can take what is important to you, and shove it right up your creative mind. That is, if you can find space in there! Clearly, you strike me as a very creative individual so I’m sure you are running out of mental real estate.

    So to answer your question:

    “Is a comment with incorrect grammar on some random website really that important to warrant such a lengthy response?”

    Yes. Yes it is.

    However, your question leads to another interesting point. “What defines good and evil?”

    In religion, ethics, and philosophy, “good and evil” is a common dichotomy. In cultures with Manichaean and Abrahamic religious influence, evil is usually perceived as the dualistic antagonistic opposite of good, in which good should prevail and evil should be defeated. In cultures with Buddhist spiritual influence, both good and evil are perceived as part of an antagonistic duality that itself must be overcome through achieving Sunyata
    meaning emptiness in the sense of recognition of good and evil being two opposing principles but not a reality, emptying the duality of them, and achieving a oneness.

    However, In a more modern sense :

    Good is a broad concept but it typically deals with an association with life, charity, continuity, happiness, love and justice.

    Evil is typically associated with conscious and deliberate wrongdoing, discrimination designed to harm others, humiliation of people designed to diminish their psychological needs and dignity, destructiveness, and
    acts of unnecessary and/or indiscriminate violence.

    The dilemma of the human condition and humans’ and their capacity to perform both good and evil activities.

    The nature of being good has been given many treatments; one is that the good is based on the natural love, bonding, and affection that begins at the earliest stages of personal development; another is that goodness is a product of knowing truth.
    Differing views also exist as to why evil might arise. Many religious and philosophical traditions claim that evil behavior is an aberration that results from the imperfect human condition. Sometimes, evil is attributed to the existence of free will and human agency. Some argue that evil itself is ultimately based in an ignorance of truth (i.e., human value, sanctity, divinity). A variety of Enlightenment thinkers have alleged the opposite, by suggesting that evil is learned as a consequence of tyrannical social structures.

    So I hope this answered your question!

    Now that you have been successfully trolled. I will once again state that I am not a troll without purpose. No, no, no. I’m here to save and rid the world from people like you. Who will pass down their dumb genetics, educational skills, and irrelevantly ignorant opinions on to their offspring. You’ve been served by the best.

    Sincerely,

    Mr Troll.

  8. Google Researching Troll

    Plagiarize much Mr. Troll? A simple Google of some of your text reveals it came word for word from
    Ethical Communication: Moral Stances in Human Dialogue by Clifford G. Christians. I’m sure the same is true of your above rant on grammar.

  9. deegirl

    I love this idea , I always would feel like I was doing art when doing my makeup for pictures , I so wanna try this tho thanks for the inspiration girl ! its just incredible you deffs have a talent for this :)

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