This Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Various Celebrities And Popular Characters

Kate Blanchett

Some people are alarmed by how easy it is to fake anything with digital means like Photoshop, and it’s hard to surprise anyone with that. But a makeup artist that goes by the name of gillianisme on TikTok shows that one can fake their identity with more “analogue” methods like brushes, mascara, and shadows, and the results are incredible.

The artist can turn herself into virtually any celebrity or recognizable character no matter the gender or ethnicity. She transformed herself into the likes of Scarlett Johansson, Scarlet Witch, Kate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Chan, Edward Scissorhands, and many others, and the results are so convincing that it makes it easy to believe that there are no limits to what she can be.

Her efforts started trending on TikTok, and she has received millions of likes and hundreds of thousands of followers on the platform.

More: TikTok h/t: boredpanda

Scarlett Johansson

Anne Hathaway

Taylor Swift

Michael Jackson

Edward Scissorhands

Audrey Hepburn

Wanda Maximoff

Billie Eilish

Natalie Portman

Audrey Hepburn

Anne Hathaway

Eason Chan

Jackie Chan

Andy Lau

Anita Mui

Jennie Kim

Malena

Stephen Chow

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