November 16, 2020
China Anne McClain is every little girl’s dream in a recent transformation video posted to her Instagram page. The beauty took us through her talented sister’s makeup tutorial that left fans wowed.
China Anne McClain looked fierce as a Bratz Doll after her sister, Lauryn McClain showed off her makeup skills on the star. A video took fans through the steps right from China’s bare face to a stunning live doll.
The Disney actress' look started with a long black wig in the style of the Bratz doll. To mimic the doll, she wore a blue contact lens in one eye and a hazel one in the other.
Lauryn's magical hands were in the spotlight as she applied foundation, blush, and eye makeup. Her attention to detail was also highlighted as she made sure to copy the doll’s dramatic false lashes and bedazzled brows.
She finished off the look with lip color and added a few beauty spots on China’s face. Lauryn styled her hair in the signature Bratz waves and mimicked the Bratz doll’s outfit in a zebra-print jacket, black choker, and pricetag style earrings.
The video ended with a heartwarming sister to sister hug as the sisters sang “together we can do anything” from the popular Bratz TV theme song.
Fans loved the playful look and jumped to comment on how much the makeup was so accurate and how talented Lauryn is.
This isn’t the first time that China has transformed into a fun character. In July 2017 she appeared in the Disney movie "Descendants 2," as the villain of the movie, Uma. Her look came complete with a frilly skirt and long teal and white braids.
China played the part of the villain so well because she felt that she also had a wild character inside her and the role allowed her to unleash it. In an interview with But First Joy, she admitted:
“I got to really unleash that anger and I didn’t have to say I was sorry for it. Just doing that was cool and really fun, so that wild side of me was in this character for sure.”
China’s performance in the movie was outstanding and her song on “Descendants 2” was a hit. This was no surprise as the actress grew up in the film and music industry. Both her parents are musicians and her siblings are also talented musicians.
The “Daddy’s Little Girls” actress grew up in a house full of music and has loved singing since she was three years old. She told Rolling Out:
“ I could barely talk, but that’s what made me who I am and that’s what gave me the love of music that I have today.”
China, 22, was cast in the popular series “Black Lightning,” which tells the story of a family of African American superheroes.
Just the previous year, her sister Sierra, 26, was cast in the third season of the popular African American series, "Empire." This was a big win for the McClain family.