A CHINESE woman has been dubbed ‘the human chameleon’ after transforming herself into a whole host of famous faces using nothing but makeup.
He Yuhong, 28, who lives in the city of Chongqing, has mimicked celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Audrey Hepburn and most recently Taylor Swift with her amazing brush skills.
And it isn’t just contemporary stars that He turns her hand to with the makeup artist including several black and white shots including Albert Einstein and Audrey Hepburn in her arsenal.
The talented artist has even gone as far as to recreate some of the world’s most famous portraits including Vermeer’s The Girl with the Pearl Earring and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
In fact, it was the Mona Lisa that kick-started her fan base, when it received tens of thousands of views overnight.
Unsurprisingly He’s draw-dropping transformations have earned her a loyal following on Instagram where she boasts over 500,000 followers.
Her strong-following now sends her requests for the celebrities they would like to see next, with He admitting that she has to set aside hours to complete a transformation.
She told CGTN: “I can finish normal makeup within 30 minutes, but this usually takes me six hours or even longer. It’s just like drawing a painting on a white paper.”
Before she found internet fame, He had her own studio, applying cosmetics in preparation for weddings and advertisement shoots.
She told Reuters that her estimated monthly spend on make-up is up to 10,000 yuan (£1,135). She is backed by corporate sponsors.
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She is now planning on adding to Disney characters, including princesses and the cast of the Lion King for her next makeup feat.
For those hoping to get creative themselves see our guide at creating fun homemade costumes for World Book Day.
Elsewhere a fellow makeup artist was reduced to tears when her makeup skills were praised in new Stacey Dooley show Glow Up.