It is hard to believe that these stunning, other-worldly creations – which range from famous characters to mystical creatures – are created entirely from make-up.
Over 800 rhinestones were used to create this look celebrating the Mexican Day of the Dead. The skill and patience needed show why ‘Made Yew Look’ has become so popular online
In perhaps one of the most dramatic transformation, the 22-year-old becomes the White Rabbit from Alice In Wonderland
Many of the designs – such as this ice queen look – have a fantasy or mystical element, with Alexys getting a lot of her inspiration from her own dreams
Horror and gore feature prominently in Alexys’s work, with her tutorials showing you how to create highly realistic flesh wounds
Speaking about her work, Alexys says: ‘Makeup is more than just a perception of beauty, it is used to make people feel confident, or make them into a completely new character. You can be whatever you put your mind to in the world of art, but most importantly, always be yourself.
‘I actually became interested in makeup around age 14. It actually wasn’t until I realized that makeup could be used for more than just the basic mascara application that I became interested in it.
Alexys created this Frank Sinatra look on herself using just black and white face paints in memory of her Grandfather who was a huge fan of the singer
Alexys, who first became interested in make up aged 14, is entirely self-taught
Most of Alexys’s transformations and looks are achieve through clever shading and contouring effects
‘I ended up becoming more and more interested in make-up through out high school. There really was no specific reason why I began, other than to relieve stress. Before this, I used to draw and paint. I figured, hey, if I can draw on paper, I can draw on faces.
‘I draw inspiration from everywhere. More often than not, I draw inspiration from dreams that I have.
‘I have always had a very vivid imagination, and extremely realistic dreams.’
Re-interpreting Little Red Riding Hood in her own way, Alexys turns herself in a wolf
The Dr. Seuss character ‘the Grinch’ was done as a request during the holiday season last year
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