Chinese make-up blogger He Yuhong has the ability to walk through a crowd without ever revealing her true identity, no she's not one of the Faceless Men on Game of Thrones - just an artist whose talent allows her to transform herself to any famous face.
#1 Albert Einstein
Yuyamika was a teacher before she decided to devote herself full time to make-up vlogging, and spent over two years showcasing her talents online before taking the dive. At 28-years-old she now how has a devoted fanbase that look forward to seeing what she will do next. One of her most buzz worthy looks has been the Mona Lisa, which she told South China Morning Post took 6 hours to complete.
#3 Mona Lisa
Even with her obvious talent, the make-up artist has been unsure of how people would react to some of her attempts: "I wasn’t sure how internet users would feel about me trying to copy such a famous and beloved painting onto my face,” she told SCMP of her Mona Lisa face. “I prepared myself for criticism.” The next day she awoke to over 900,000 likes on TikTok, where she had recorded the tutorial.
#5 Natasha Romanoff
Looking at the before photo of the vlogger and the after result you may question how a Chinese woman can transform her features so realistically to more Western faces with make-up alone - she says it's all in the eyes. “The most important facial feature is the eyes, It’s key to whether the copy is successful or not," which might make it even more surprising to learn that her most difficult look was Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng. “There is only a little room to work in when the subject puts on only light or even no make-up,” she said.“Also, Teresa Teng was from decades ago, when people’s expressions and gestures were different from now. Before starting the job, I spent quite some time researching the way she looked.”
#7 Dita Von Teese
YouTubers have been able to turn the platform into billion-dollar businesses, and beauty vloggers can rake in some serious cash charging some companies more than $60,000 to be featured. That may seem exorbitant - but art doesn't come cheap. According to her interview with Reuters Yuyumika spends about 10,000 yuan ($1,452) a month on make-up for these artistic masterpieces. Fortunately as of last year she is backed by corporate sponsors, which allow her to execute some mind-blowing looks.