A talented teenager has become an Instagram sensation thanks to her amazing optical illusion makeups.
College student Ruby Mitchell, 19, of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK, has taken her love for makeup even more after trying out amazingly graphic special effects makeups, and even being offered jobs because of the attention that his Instagram feed has generated.
Some of his most striking and realistic works are the looks that seem to have barbed wire in the head and a hole in the stomach, among other terribly detailed creations.
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Talent: Student Ruby Mitchell, 19, of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, has shown how it transforms into a series of terrifying creations.
Ruby has almost 63,000 admirers on Instagram after she started sharing her weekly artwork with the application.
Ruby, who now has 62,000 Instagram followers, started experimenting with new makeup styles after leaving school at age 16 when she started watching tutorials and taking inspiration from movies and television.
The young man has won a large number of followers on Instagram, where he regularly publishes the new styles he tries every week.
She has created a series of illusions using only makeup, including & # 39; pelar & # 39; Your skin to reveal the face of a clown underneath, your face being sucked by a vacuum tube and even cut parts of your leg with a cookie cutter.
The young woman also shoots short clips to show her viewers how she created the look and often links the products she has used in the description.
Ruby often creates illusions that include holes in her body, sharp objects that pierce the skin and separate her face.
As an enthusiastic perfectionist, Ruby has spent four hours trying a new image beforehand, even erasing creative hours to restart when it does not go according to plan.
"I've always had an interest in makeup since I can remember," Ruby said.
"After finishing school, I started experimenting with more creative and unique makeup looks, so I spent my summer vacation looking through the YouTube tutorials, teaching different types of makeup, focusing mainly on special effects."
Ruby decided to go to college and study theatrical makeup and special effects to improve what she had already learned and learn new skills.
The first look of special effects she ever made was only two basic cuts on her arm, which she found quite good at that moment.
She continued: "It inspired me to try some more complicated things.
The 19-year-old admitted to having spent up to four hours watching and will eliminate everything and start again if something goes wrong or does not look good.
Ruby also likes to add accessories to her work, such as zippers, household items, weapons and fake blood to give her a realistic environment.
To create his illusion of an open face with a zipper, he used liquid latex, loose powder, fake blood, face paint and various everyday products, including the base.
"What I love about these special effects is how you can completely transform someone into anything and anyone you want.
"I also love seeing people's reactions and that they too can not figure out how it's done."
Ruby admits that although she loves different makeup looks for different reasons, she is more attracted to looks that give her more than one shock factor.
She has been inspired by horror films like IT, American Horror Story and Annabelle.
Ruby said that since he started his Instagram page he has made several friends on social networks and even offered him jobs.
The university student said she was "shocked" by how quickly her Instagram account had grown in such a short time.
Ruby learned the make-up world by watching tutorials on YouTube and then joined the university to expand her skills.
"I really enjoy creating a new job and I love seeing how the look is combined."
"I've always enjoyed makeup in general and I love playing with color and new techniques, there's always something new that I can try.
"All the looks I make are challenging for different reasons, as I am a perfectionist with my makeup, it seems to me that looks that require precise attention to detail are the most difficult and I often end up doing things several times before being happy with them. "
Ruby will happily spend up to four hours trying out a new makeup look, and creates new styles two or three times a week. Posting his incredible appearances on Instagram has brought many new possibilities to Ruby who has received job offers and has even made new friends through his usual publications.
The self-proclaimed perfectionist will happily spend up to four hours trying out a new makeup look, and creates new styles two or three times a week.
He also likes to use other parts of his body, including his hands, arms and legs to create masterpieces.
The student is currently working on new styles to create for Halloween next month, when she hopes to transform her full appearance and create numerous scary image changes.
"Never in a million years did I think that my Instagram page would grow as much and as fast as it has," said Ruby.
"My family is very supportive of what I do and my closest friends, I am even surprised by the number of friends I have made through social networks that are in similar areas, and it's great to be able to talk with them while understanding some of the difficulties with which you can face.
"I am very grateful for each person who follows me and encourages me and who enjoys my publications."
You can see more of Ruby's incredible illusion makeup looks by visiting her Instagram @rubymediamakeup.