This Lisa Frank-inspired look is early 2000s heaven

Emerald Pellot
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It may not be Halloween yet, but maybe you can surprise friends on Zoom with this face painter’s viral 60-second Lisa Frank makeover. 

Shelbi Mojarro is a professional face painter at Squishy Doodle Face Painting in California. Mojarro’s TikTok is dedicated to her own personal makeup transformations. In March, she showed how to do a Lisa Frank-inspired look in just 60 seconds

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Her makeup referenced the trippy ’90s brand’s neon rainbow cheetah. To create the face paint, Mojarro loaded a beauty blender with color-blocked yellow, orange, purple and pink makeup. She patted it onto her cheeks just under her eyes and on her forehead to make a cool gradient effect. 

Next, she painted her nose white. Then she used a small makeup brush to dab black spots onto her cheeks and forehead. She outlined the cheetah’s head, ears and nose in the black paint as well. Mojarro added white whiskers using a small brush. To finish it off, she painted her bottom lip purple. 

The look may take someone with a less skillful hand a bit more than than 60 seconds, but it still looks fairly easy to replicate. Unsurprisingly, Mojarro’s video received over 4.5 million views. 

“This made my 8-year-old heart explode with joy,” someone commented

“This is adorable and you are very talented,” another said

“This really reminded me of the rainbow folders with the cheetah on it,” a user wrote

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