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Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters

A young TALENTED mom has revealed an incredible talent for transforming herself into much-loved Disney characters - using only make-up. Lucy Cook, 25, uses her face as a canvas to recreate figures from the Lion King, Toy Story, Snow White and other films.

I am a huge fan of Disney in all aspects, movies, characters, songs, books, theme parks. You name it I probably love it!
Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters

The stay-at-home mom, a Disney super fan from southwest England's Dorset, began to hone her craft in 2014 following years after developing a love of face-painting at school. Each look takes Lucy between two and four hours to design and paint, done with the use of movie stills.
Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters
Which is your fave babe?😋 swipe➡️!!THIS IS ALL MAKEUP!!

Well that's that! Disney series is officially finished, doing this made me fall even more in love with bringing cartoons to life and I've decided I'll also be doing an animation series in the future!! She wrote.
Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters

When Lucy and her husband Dan had their two children, she loved showing them her bright and amazingly detailed designs, which also helped her amass an army of fans on social media. The artist's Instagram account @makeupmetamorphos, has garnered over 12,000 followers since she moved from posting images onto her personal Facebook page onto her Instagram last May.
Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters
How could i not finish my lion king series off without simba and mufasa! I'm so glad you all picked for me to extend the series! The lion king was my all time fave film as a child and recreating the characters has been so much fun! I can't wait to share what else I've been working on with you all ❤❤❤
Edited - background black, hair red and ears

Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters

Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters

Disney Fan Transforms Herself Into Cartoon Characters
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