Everyone who works with makeup professionally is known as a "makeup artist," but this woman, Justine McKinney, goes WAY beyond makeovers and blush.

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Using perspective, intense shading, and lots dimension manipulations, Justine's creates some of the most impressive makeup work we've seen online. (And we've seen a LOT of it.) Words don't really do her transformations justice, so just behold her impressive body of work below.

She does this work, feature on her Instragram (see below) just for fun...

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...but it also serves as an excellent marketing tool.

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As intricate and professional as these transformations look...

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...they're done in a very cost-effective fashion.

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Justine skips the expensive prosthetics and latex...

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...opting instead for more affordable body paint to get these impressive works done.

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However, her reliance on cheap materials means she has to put in extra effort to sell the effects.

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For that reason, each job take a very long time.

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Between ten and twenty hours, depending on the complexity and the coverage.

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That's after she's sketched out the idea in her head, then again on paper.

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Then there's the matter of testing colors on skin to make sure she gets the desired effect.

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What you're seeing here represents almost a half year's worth of time and effort, full time.

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And while you might see them as creepy, she labels her style differently.

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She says, "My style is definitely more cartoonish in my opinion; I like bold outlines and comic type images and I think that shows!"

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I don't know if you'd see these on the funny pages any time soon, but they definitely look otherworldly!

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Sometimes she takes inspiration from pop culture or social issues...

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...and sometimes she just runs with ideas that pop in her head.

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Is this one Winnie the Pooh-related? That was my first impression.

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Any time you see a gap, that's just a lot of black paint meant to give that impression.

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None of these have been digitally altered or manipulated, though that would certainly have made Justine's life easier!

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Here's one drawing from steampunk.

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You probably don't need much help figuring out where this is from.

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Well, that's a fun twist!

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They might be a little macabre for people's tastes, but it's her style.

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And given the fanatic following she's built up professionally and on social media, it seems many are on board with her twisted visions!

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