This Woman Uses Makeup To Transform Her Face Into Famous Works Of Art

Not too long ago, we introduced you to Ryan Krasney, the beauty guru who uses makeup to transform her lips into all sorts of beautiful mini masterpieces.

If you thought her painted pouts were pretty awesome, you'll be glad to know Krasney isn't the only makeup artist out there using her own body as a blank canvas.

Lexie Lazear is a talented woman from California who also knows a thing or two about using cosmetics to create some mesmerizing works of living art.

For her latest project, Lazear set out to create a stunning series of makeup looks inspired by paintings from a variety of famous artists.

She's mastered everything from pretty Picasso styles to dazzling Degas-inspired designs.

Lazear posts all of her marvelous makeup on Instagram, and there's no denying her cosmetic creations look simply incredible, to say the least.

Take a look at the pictures below to see some of Lazear's beauty looks inspired by famous paintings.

Meet Lexie Lazear.

Lazear is a seriously talented makeup artist from California...

Who uses her face as a blank canvas... create all sorts of mesmerizing makeup looks inspired by famous works of art.

No really, her makeup is so incredible... will basically make you cry rainbow-colored tears of joy.

Apparently, Lazear came up with the idea to recreate iconic paintings while staring at the water's reflections in Van Gogh's "Starry Night Over the Rhone."


Since then, she's mastered all sorts of artist-approved makeup looks.

We've seen her deck her face out in a dazzling array of shades inspired by Degas' dancers...

...and paint herself into a real-life version of Picasso's weeping woman.


She's captured the beauty of Gustav Klimt's colorful shapes...

Recreated Renoir's fabulous flowers on her lips...

...and managed to convert herself into a Cézanne-worthy work of art using some simple cosmetics.

All of Lazear's looks are truly incredible, and if you ask me, these gorgeous makeup creations are definitely good enough to be on display in a museum.

Citations: This Woman's Art-Inspired Makeup Transformations Are So Stunning (BuzzFeed)