This Makeup Artist Hilariously Transforms Her Chin Into Crying Kim Kardashian West

This Makeup Artist Hilariously Transforms Her Chin Into Crying Kim Kardashian West
Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

Applying makeup to your chin? It's likely for one of two reasons: Either you've developed a pimple, or you're simply blending in some foundation. 

But for makeup artist Laura Jenkinson, beauty products have become a tool she's using to turn her chin — yes, chin — into popular (and unpopular) celebs.

She's fashioned everyone from Kim Kardashian West to Donald Trump, even Beyoncé's maybe onetime-cheating husband, onto the bottom half of her face.

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This isn't her first time going viral. 

She previously achieved internet fame (once in August 2014 and again in June) for her cartoon character-inspired face art. 

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She isn't just drawing characters and celebs. Jenkinson also posts some really sick lip art. 

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Jenkinson is "driven by a passion for making people feel good and a natural love of art," her website explains

Think about this the next time you can't figure out how to apply lip liner correctly. 

Read more: This Satirical Makeup Tutorial Wants You To Get "Depression Chic"

h/t Huffington Post U.K. 

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Hayley Wilbur

Hayley is a staff writer at Mic, covering style. Say hi: hayley@mic.com.

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