Chinese Vlogger Turns Herself Into The Mona Lisa Using Only Make Up

Chinese Vlogger Turns Herself Into The Mona Lisa Using Only Make Up

May 15, 2018
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Meet He Yuhong, a 26-year-old Chinese vlogger who can turn herself into any work of art figure — like Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
via Weibo / YUYAMIKA
Ms. He, who posts most of her work either on Chinese video sharing app Miaopai or the country’s own Twitter, Weibo, only did the Mona Lisa makeup after one fan jokingly suggested to expand her talented transformations not just from Chinese and western celebrities, but to classical work of art as well.
For her first project in classical art transformation, Ms. He decided to go with Mona Lisa.
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
Once you see your face as a blank piece of paper, the opportunities are endless,” Ms. He wrote in her imitative series.
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
And surprisingly, her Mona Lisa imitation project proved to be quite a massive hit. According to Daily Mail, the clip has been viewed more than 800,000 times on Miaopai and over 20 million times on Dou Yin, another social media platform in China.
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
The response is just overwhelming,” Ms. He said. “I appreciate all the support I’ve received and I’m so happy that viewers like the transformation.”
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
But her Da Vinci theme did not stop there just yet, though. After the realizing the massive hit, Ms. He immediately decided continue the pace.
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
I love oil paintings myself,” she said, adding, “so, when I saw the great response on the Mona Lisa video, I went on to create ‘Lady with an Ermine’ to continue the Da Vinci theme.”
It takes quite a lot of time to finish a single makeup project. As revealed by the artist, each transformation usually takes about four to six hours.
via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
All the effort she put into her art has certainly paid off as many netizens now dub her as “Master Makeup” and suggesting she should start a class.
Check out here other works below:
Taylor Swift
via Weibo / YUYAMIKA
Selena Gomez
via Miaopai / YUYAMIKA
Angelababy
via Miaopai / YUYAMIKA
Cate Blanchett
via Miaopai / YUYAMIKA
Tilda Swinton
via Miaopai / YUYAMIKA
Featured image via YouTube / YUYA MIKA
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