Makeup Artist Transforms Her Face Into Her Favorite Cartoon Characters

  • June 26, 2015
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Laura Jenkins is a London based brilliant makeup artist who brings various cartoon characters to life on her own face, or to be more precise on her mouth. This is what happens when you have a makeup artist who is also a true cartoon enthusiast and has kept her inner child alive. Leave her alone with her makeup for just enough time and it is inevitable that at some point she’ll decide to address her nerdiness and love towards her favorite cartoon characters.

Being the makeup artist, Lara naturally decided that her face will make the perfect canvas. Not everybody was thrilled with her work and some even called it weird accusing her for destroying their childhood memories and making it “too sexual” but in my opinion that’s on them and probably has something to do with spending too much time online on adult sites. I find Laura’s work really interesting and witty and especially the way her teeth perfectly fit and make for the cartoon character’s teeth. It’s simply adorable. What do you think?

Here are 20 of my personal favorites. If you like these and would like to see some more, you can do so on artist’s personal Facebook or Instagram profiles.



Stitch was depicted a destructive and bad tempered character that wasn’t supposed to be liked by many people except Lilo, but somehow he became one of Disney’s all time favorites.


Monster Mike

Mike Wazowski, why the long face?


Tasmanian Devil

Taz, the ferocious albeit dim-witted omnivore with a notoriously short temper and little patience has never looked cuter. Also, I have to commend his dentist, the man is obviously a genius.


Bugs Bunny

Ehh, what’s up, doc?



Hakuna matata, guys! Lauren says this one took her all day to make, but it was totally worth it.


Eric Cartman

Eric is everybody’s favorite politically incorrect, selfish, fat jerk and we simply love to hate him.



This one’s done so good, you can hardly tell where her top lip begins and ends. One of her best works in my opinion.


The Genie from the Aladdin

The artist wrote on her Facebook profile that this one was created in memory of Robin Williams. And same image was captured on Instagram: "But oh, to be free. To be my own master. Such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in all the world" ❤️


Popeye the Sailor

Even today when I once in a blue moon make a healthy choice and pick spinach instead of the hamburgers, just like Popeye the Sailor would like, I feel so proud of myself.



Hakuna Matata, once more!