Jan 23, 2012  •  In Asian, Beauty, Scary

Chinese Girl Transforms Herself into 13 Different Girls with the Magic of Makeup

…and the use of circle lenses, wigs, and double eyelid tape/glue.

I have talked about the power of makeup before, and some of these Asian girls seem to take it a little too far!

Via Absolutely Fobulous.

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42 Responses to “Chinese Girl Transforms Herself into 13 Different Girls with the Magic of Makeup”

  1. Catherine says:

    I would have never guessed that it was all the same girl. I’m amazed how wide she gets her eyes to look.

  2. wow. Do people do this on a daily basis?

    • I would hope not! I can’t imagine how much time it took to create each look!

      • My neighbor does it every morning! The lens are illegal in the US, but you can purchase them online. I think it’s just too much.

      • Johan from the netherlands says:

        men are the beautifull Gender.ive never seen a woman more then 6/10 without alteration of some type.

        • ohreally says:

          I’ve also never seen men saddled with as much societal expectations to look good and burdened with unforgiving standards of beauty

        • Johnathan says:

          Seriously? Women are only “ugly” to you because your expectations of what a woman should look like are completely whacked. If men were the ones wearing all the make up to look more handsome, and we were looking at an article called “Chinese boy transforms himself into 13 different boys with the magic of make up”, someone would probably be saying “I’ve never seen a boy more than 6/10 without alteration”.

          Ever look at a guy with oily or slightly uneven skin tone? You probably don’t even think “My god, look at that complexion!” but if a girl has less than perfect skin? She’s apparently hideous. Honestly, dude, fuck you, you give men a bad name.

  3. Linsey says:

    Anime contacts for the win. Where can I get some? hee 🙂 She is an artist.

  4. Cindie says:

    I have to say this is a bit disturbing to me. She’s got a great talent with makeup, but to make yourself look completely different is too much for me.

  5. Brooke says:

    Apparently I need to move to China, because I am constantly being told I have large eyes. In fact, it became my weather-vane of sorts when deciding which people were worth making friends. If upon meeting them, anybody said, “Oh, wow! Your eyes are HUGE!” with the same tone as saying, “Oh no, you’re disfigured!” I instantly discounted them. Actually, I was really rude to them, because anybody who starts out a relationship with an stupid observation is not the kind of person I would have good conversation with. I don’t even think they’re actually that large, but whatever. All this to say maybe instead of having hang-ups about my doe-eyes, I should go somewhere they’re celebrated! At least I’d never have to resort to glues 😉

    p.s. I believe I would make a kick ass Sailor Moon cosplay character. You know, after the boob job and leg-extension surgery!! haha

  6. Mariko says:

    Wow. Just wow! Anime eyes for the win.

  7. Mandy says:

    Holy moly!! I can’t believe that someone can do that with makeup!! Some of it is photoshopped though, right?? You can’t really make your eyes that large in real life, can you? So fascinating & a bit disturbing.

    • NibblsnBits says:

      If you haven’t learned about them yet, there are actually contact lenses that are meant to either enlarge the irises or just make them appear larger. I forget which. But they’re really only sold in Asian countries which is why you really only see Asian girls wearing them…aside from the obvious of their eyes generally being smaller which is probably why they feel the need to make them bigger. Bah. Girl things. But from what I read they can have a really negative effect on the eyes… :/

  8. I can’t figure out how disturbed I am… On the one hand, I love costumes and playing dress up for fun and all. On the other hand, if this is a daily routine, hmmm.. I just don’t know.

  9. Carol says:

    She should be hired to do makeup on movie sets. She could be on The Walking Dead and transform people into zombies. She could be a secret agent. She could also be the makeup artist for every reality star, ever. Lady Gaga too. I’m more impressed than I am disturbed. She’s REALLY good!

  10. Carolee says:

    Oh my gosh, I was riiiight about to post this on the JAC blog too! Isn’t it so insane??

  11. Princess Amy says:

    I also do make-ups but this one is great and cool!! I loooove you and please do more!!!!!

  12. Princess Amy says:

    What is your name Ma’am?

  13. Rainy says:

    her name is lingluannini(灵鸾妮妮), she has her own blog in china with step by step tutorials showing u how to achieve some of her looks. I found a tutorial for the 5th look (from top)on her blog

  14. Phil says:

    Whatever else she does she looks much better when she smiles. LOVE the big eyes!

  15. KARichard says:

    how does she make her nose smaller?
    At first i thought it was a different person, but i noticed that they all have the same beauty marks in both pictures. Even the lips look a little different. At the same time i wouldn’t be surprised if it were different people as stunts like this are common in Mainland.

  16. Natalie says:

    I’m sure a lot of hate comments are now surfacing, nevertheless at least Asian girls still find a way to make themselves beautiful. It’s like sorcery.

    • Wow says:

      So are you saying they aren’t beautiful, and that they have to find a way to make themselves beautiful? “It’s like sorcery” is it that hard to believe that they might be naturally beautiful?

  17. ropeshooter says:

    I think the fact she can create all these different looks with make gradually makes her regular cChinese look more attractive.

  18. Amipanda says:

    wow she did an excellent nose job. lol I mean her nose looks much higher and smaller. How could she do that? That made the face looks totally different

  19. jedith says:

    does she have a youtube tutorial on how to do this? give me a link?

  20. abc123 says:

    Haha the most hideous asian girl and look pretty. Imagine the pretty ones

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  22. Gogo says:

    I’ve seen some other transformations by Asian girls such as this one, and I think I have seen this already…i don’t remember. Truth is that transforming one’s appearance to look like a totally different person is really a remarkable thing to do. They most really enjoy using their body as a human canvas. I’ve done it in the past, but just put make-up and dress myself as an Indian princess(not that I am in fact of Indian descent, though I’m of Arabic and Hispanic descent and kind of look like a middle eastern). It is actually quite fun, but I wouldn’t do it to go out as an every-day gear…nop. I would definitely put on custom parts or funny hats though. Overall, I believe she’s quite the artist, I admire her for that.

  23. Cheryl says:

    I think she is really talented to begin with.u white ppl need to understand tht asian features aren’t really tht flattering. Not tht we dun luv ourselves but it wun hurt to look prettier rite? I mean do u hav any idea how much tht wil boost their confidence? U shud really be a lil nicer wen u giv ur comments here. Asians is obsessed with big eyes as much as white ppl obsessed with tanned skin.bottom line is human nv satisfied with whatever they hav. U dun see other ppl sitting around n giv white ppl mean comments bout how u nv luv ur pale complexion. .

  24. Tania says:

    Wow, I’ve been professionally made over a few times in my life and out of everyone in the group I always look the least different. Most of my friends I’ve done this with are full Asian though whereas I’m hapa as we call Eurasian in Hawaii (1/2 Japanese, 1/4 German & a 1/4 Danish). In real life I wear almost no makeup but have been toying with exploring options to at least cover the freckles/age spots. I think I’ll stay away from the lenses though! My eyes already pop out a bit (my ex hubby used to call them bubble eyes). I did have interest in the lenses that make your color stand out a bit more (my eyes are hazel) but they don’t come in prescription. To me, it looks she’s just playing dress up but if she goes out like that it would be shocking for her dates to find out later how different the real her looks.

  25. sunglass says:

    i cant belive itttt………… all are oneeeeeeeeeeee…………….

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