Pics: Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist Turns Pretty Faces To Monsters


Tired of the traditional smokey eyes and arched eyebrows? This young Irish special effects make-up artist came up with new ideas.

She took to transforming her face into some horrifying characters for the fun of it.

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Jessy Malone, from Dublin, Ireland has proven beyond doubt that she can turn a pretty face into a complete monster.

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

The Irish special effects make-up artist decided to do something unconventional after training at a beauty college. That was how she ventured into special effects make-up and she’s rocking it.

Nevertheless, Jessy still works as a regular make-up artist, but derives joy in cooking up some monstrous looks on her face.

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22-year-old Jessy has created a lot of horrid faces that will leave you scared out of your wits. Her experiments which started two years ago has produced – a ‘crazy old woman’ look – scary with scanty hair and half a face; a makeover with gruesome teeth sticking out of her cheek.

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

Also added to her list are pictures that are better seen than explained. The pictures are mostly things you see in horror movies that keep you awake through the night.

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

However, the obvious talent of the Irish lady did not please some people as she has encountered a lot of criticisms.

“I get a lot of people telling me how weird I am for wanting to create these scary looks but I love it.
‘I think it’s really interesting and I wanted to do something different than the smoky eye and nice eyebrows look,” she said.

Overwhelmed by her passion, Jessy decided to shun what people have to say about it and go to work.

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

“At first I was a bit worried about being judged and hesitated to put them on my Facebook. But then I just stopped caring because it’s what I enjoy doing so I don’t care how people react to it.”

 Irish Special Effects Make-Up Artist

Latex, grease paints and clay form most part of the materials she uses to create the gruesome results.

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