A Famous Makeup Artist Makes Over Barbie Dolls And They're Killing Their New Looks

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International makeup artist Pat McGrath has worked with some of the top, most iconic brands and famous faces in the business. From Kim Kardashian to Karlie Kloss and Dolce & Gabbana to Versace, her body of work can be found on countless runways and in the pages of top magazines. 

She "is arguably the most sought-after catwalk make-up artist around, creating some of the most fascinating fashion week beauty looks of every season," according to Vogue.com.

And just recently, McGrath added another iconic name to her portfolio: Barbie.

In the four part series, McGrath recreates a look from an Atelier Versace runway show, Jessica Stam's 2004 i-D Magazine cover, a look from the 2013 Met Gala and other high fashion beauty moments.

With a shaved side cut and bold, primary-colored makeup, Barbie's above look accurately re-envisions the cover look from the 2004 issue of i-D magazine, featuring doll-faced model Jessica Stam.

In the style of the 2013 Met Gala, themed "PUNK: Chaos to Couture," the above look features a septum ring, dark brows and thick, black eye makeup.

Above, Vogue.com describes "a mahogany-haired Barbie, darkened cat-eyes bedecked with gold glitter and Swarovski crystals [that is] reminiscent of McGrath's recent facial jewelry creations at Givenchy."

Thanks to McGrath, we get to see the dolls rocking the some of the coolest fashion looks from years past — and we love it.