This beauty blogger looks more like Emma Watson than Emma Watson looks like Emma Watson
Must be a witch
Remember when Disney did Emma Watson wrong and released a Beauty and the Beast collection ahead of its live-action movie, but the doll ended up looking way more like the love child of Justin Bieber and Lord Farquaad than our favorite Muggle-born?
Who knew it was possible to make something so good, so bad?
when you order an emma watson doll online but a justin bieber doll in a yellow dress & a wig arrives instead pic.twitter.com/PUQUBXyufT
— bek (@ETHANSHONEYMOON) January 7, 2017
Luckily that’s not the case for Paolo Ballesteros, our new favorite Actor, TV host and, most importantly, beauty-blogger.
The artist has become famous for his incredible makeup transformations in recent years, and he’s finally outdone himself.
This time around he tried his hand at Emma Watson, and the resemblance is absolutely uncanny. He nailed her semi-hooded eyelids, down to her every last freckle.
And look at the cheek bones! I swear this must be some dark magic.
Hermione did always say she was particularly interested in Transfiguration, “You know, turning something into something else, of course, it’s supposed to be very difficult.”
All I know is that if I were the guy who designed that doll, I’d definitely go to Paolo first time next time.
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