Makeup artist Luca Luce has created some very realistic 3D images on his own hands. They’re both impressive and super creepy with examples that look like his skin has cracked open or tentacles are bursting from inside his body.

Check out more of his work after the break.

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baymax eye

We’ve featured the wonderful work of makeup artist Tal Peleg several times in the past, but when we saw this adorable new design featuring Baymax and his hairy baby we had to share.

Check out the Instagram post after the break for more details on how it was done.

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Makeup artist Natasha Morley uses her incredible talent to transform into her favorite characters from comic books and video games. Some of her character makeup is so elaborate that it renders her natural beauty completely unrecognizable.

She’s become Groot, Kerrigan from Starcraft, Ultron, Barbie, Predator, Scorpion, a dragon, and dozens more.

Check out some of her amazing work and a video of her Spider-Man application after the break.

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harley quinn

It’s awesome to watch this Harley Quinn makeup come together. Check out Made U Look’s tutorial after the break with a bonus Poison Ivy version.

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We’re going to go ahead and call this “mouth cosplay”. After all, what Laura Jenkinson does is more than just makeup. Her expressions really sell the characters.

We’ve featured her work in the past, but this round includes all sorts of new cartoon characters from The Simpsons to Rugrats and more.

See more pictures after the break.

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star wars TFA cover girl

COVERGIRL may be a huge brand, but they aren’t afraid to think outside the box when it comes to makeup collections. You may recall that they partnered with Lionsgate to create a Hunger Games Capitol Collection.

Keeping up the trend, a new limited edition Star Wars: The Force Awakens makeup collection will arrive this fall that includes mascara, lip gloss, and nail polish.

There are also some cool hints about the new movie based on their six different cosmetic designs. They’re split into Dark Side (Apprentice, Stormtrooper, and Chrome) and The Light Within (Nomad, Droid, Sage). There are also collections for the Empress and Jedi.

The mascara comes in numbered tubes with different quotes from the Star Wars films printed on them (some of which appear to be from the upcoming movie). Hints abound and I can’t wait to see more.

Check it out after the break.

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One of the problems with cosplaying a character that needs to be bloody is that it can stain everything. Japanese cosplay supplier Assist Wig has come up with something called “Whoosh! Blood (Gore that Rinses Off with Water)” which is a lot of words to describe a very cool product.

The fake blood dries in 20 to 30 minutes on your skin or on clothing and rinses off easily. Wash clothing like usual and it will be stain free.

See more pictures and a video demo after the break.

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Disney Style is all about Disney-inspired fashion. Their latest video is a time-lapse featuring a model being transformed into seven different princesses including Elsa, Belle, Snow White, Rapunzel, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Ariel.

I can’t imagine how long hair and makeup actually took to complete, but the adorable morphing princess has a super cute and contagious smile throughout the entire process. And she totally pulls off every single princess perfectly.

Watch the super fun video after the break.

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ultron makeup

Pompberry does some incredible things with makeup, and her Ultron is no exception. What’s more, she’s filmed a tutorial so you can try recreating the look at home.

Check out the video after the break…

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deadpool copy

YouTuber Madeyewlook is a self-taught makeup artist and body painter, and she’s kind enough to share her knowledge with makeup tutorials like this one.

For her latest video, she shows us how to transform into Deadpool with makeup. The level of detail is truly astounding!

Check out the video after the break…

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