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Woman Transforms Herself into a Gremlin with Body Paints

by Paul Strauss
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Artist Mirjana Kika Milosevic is known for her amazing body painting illusions. For her latest transformation, she managed to make herself look like one of the gremlins from the classic 1980s movie of the same name.

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Did someone feed her after midnight? Nope. Kika’s just got mad makeup and body painting skills. She blacked out parts of her torso and arms to make herself skinnier – a trick she’s used numerous times before – but it’s the face painting of the creepy gremlin mouth, along with the monstrous orange contact lenses, strip of white hair, and big ears that really bring it all together. Be sure to check out the time-lapse video of Kika working her makeup magic below:

Honestly, the only thing that broke the illusion for me at all is that she sounded more like a monkey than a gremlin when she started making those noises at the end. Maybe Kika can transform herself back into a Mogwai for her next trick.



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