We Turn Your Favourite Korean Celebs Into Anime Characters | Clozette
One thing that caught our attention in the past couple of days is the fascinating transformation of real life people into cartoon-like images. And no, it's not a new makeup trend or something that requires a lot of time and effort. It's something much more accessible to anyone with just a few taps on your smartphone. 

Available in both App Store and Google Play, Chinese software app Meitu has been making rounds for the past couple of weeks in various medias across the globe for its adorable anime-like transformation function that simply requires the photo of the person you want to transform. It features 7 filters that give you that hand-drawn, fun-loving look. Take it from us when we say that it is addictive.

Then we figured, hey, why not combine this amazing app with something else that's taking the world by storm? That's right! We're going to turn Korean celebrities with Japanese anime. 

Want to see how your fave K-celebs look like as anime characters? Keep on scrolling to find out.
Kim Tae Hee

Labelled as the 'Nation's Goddess' of South Korea because of her undeniable beauty and outstanding roles in K-dramas such as Stairway To Heaven and Iris, Kim Tae Hee's beauty is transformed into an endearing image that we can't help but gush over!

Lee Min Ho

After his career kicked off from Korea's adaptation of Boys Over Flowers (which originated from Japan and was popularised by the Taiwanese version), Lee Min Ho became a household name and a sought after leading man in many Korean dramas. Can we get a collective 'yes' when we say he's totally swoon-worthy, even as an anime character?

Kyung Soo Jin

(Original photo from: star.koreandrama.org)

Shining ever brightly with the recent finale of the successful run of Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (yes, we shed some tears, too), Kyung Soo Jin became the #girlcrush of a lot of K-drama fans and we can definitely see why. Even in anime form, she's rocking her look, right?

Park Bo Gum

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After clinching the role of the rebelliously charming Crown Prince Lee Young in 2016's breakout K-drama Moonlight Drawn By The Clouds, Park Bo Gum continues to capture our hearts with his boyish charm and fluster-inducing smile. Seeing how cute he looks as an anime character, we're hopeful that we'll get to see a webcomic inspired by him soon.

Song Hye Kyo

(Original photo from: speakerscorner.me)

After more than a decade of numerous K-dramas hits, Song Hye Kyo is still one of the most popular celebrities not just in South Korea, but also all over the world. Her youthful and radiant look truly makes her one of Asia's beauty icons. In anime form, Song turned from a stunning queen to the epitome of ulzzhang.

Song Joong-Ki

(Original photo from: soompi.com)

Of course, we had to turn the Meitu feature on the other half of Descendants Of The Sun's Song-Song pair. Who doesn't want to be swept off their feet by this heartthrob? But as much as we agree that Song's brown eyes are enough to get you weak in the knees, these cartoonised pink irises make him a thousand times more irresistible, don't you think? Someone get him pink contacts, stat!

Gong Yoo

(Original photo from: es.drama.wikia.com)

There's no denying that the Goblin series will remain in our hearts for a long time, not only because of the amazing story and the noteworthy cinematography, but also because our beloved Gong Yoo stars in it. What do you think should his next role be with his mesmerising soft look? Something whimsical, perhaps? We're pretty sure the rising star will nail his upcoming role no matter what.


Did we miss any of your favourite Korean celebs? Take a hand at transforming them, too, by checking out Meitu in Google Play or App Store now!



(Cover photo from: @lm_laduree)

Performance is still our first priority when it comes to beauty products. But, to be honest, we also can't help but be enamoured with products because of their whimsical appearance. If you're the type to feel your heart skip a beat when you see a product that gives a nod to your childhood dreams and your favourite fantastical creatures, brace yourself because we have listed some that will surely excite you.


Laduree Rose Face Colour

(Photo from: @lm_laduree)

You'll feel like a princess whose castle is situated in an enchanted forest when you use this lovely rose petal blush. They look just like the real thing, and they come in different hues. They look too pretty to use.

Lancome Rose Blush Poudrer

(Photo from: @lancomeofficial)

Taking things a notch higher is Lancome's Rose Blush Poudrer. This highlighter, which looks like a real rose, gives off a pinkish glow that's reminiscent of the ones sported by fairy tale princesses.

Too Faced La Creme Unicorn Tears Lippie

(Photo from: TooFaced.com)

The packaging on this product is more straight to the point, but the product itself begs to be noticed. The colour of the product is called Unicorn Tears, and it's exactly what comes to mind when you see it.

Urban Decay Liquid Moondust

(Photo from: UrbanDecay.com)

You're sure to captivate people when they look at your eyes and see sprinkles of glowing, moondust-like colours on your lids. If you've always wanted to look like a moon goddess, here's your chance.


Christian Louboutin Loubilaque Lip Lacquer

(Photo from: Sephora.com)

Whether you secretly desire to be as fierce as Disney villains or you're just someone who loves wickedly good-looking things, this lip lacquer is perfect for you. The intricate design of the vial is just stunning; you can even use it as jewellery.

DuWop Sea Shell Compact Cheek Dual

(Photo from: @katelovesmakeup1)

If you can't transform into a mermaid, well, at least you can pretend to be one with the help of this compact. It's a blush and highlighter duo that will give you a majestic and ethereal glow — just like what sea goddesses sport. 



Some people love wearing perfume while others are not fans of spritzing on some fragrance. Whether you're a fan or someone who's just getting introduced to the world of scents, it's important that you wear something that complements your personality.

If you haven't found your signature scent yet, why not base it on your favourite lip colour? That's exactly what MAC Shadescents suggest. The collection lets you choose a scent based on the beloved colours of MAC's iconic lipsticks. There's a shade for everyone.


Ruby Woo

A favourite among many, Ruby Woo is a shade for people who love anything classy and classic. Its partner scent has a woody floral vibe.

Candy Yum Yum

As vibrant as its partner lipstick, Candy Yum Yum has a fruity floral scent, which is perfect for those who have sweet, bubbly personalities.


Lady Danger

For those who exude an air of mystery, Lady Danger is the way to go. With its woody and oriental flower scent, you're sure to pique other people's interests.


If your personality is as bold as the colour of Heroine, you need a scent that complements it perfectly. Go for the woody leather scent of the lipstick's partner perfume.


Creme d'Nude

If you're one to stay lowkey and laidback, Creme d'Nude is a wonderful choice. The perfume, which has an amber musk scent, gives off a chill vibe that's perfect for your temperament.

Velvet Teddy

If you're simple with a little bit of spunk, Velvet Teddy is the way to go. It has a wild honey scent that has just the right amount of sweetness.


Shadescents will be available in all MAC stores in the Philippines starting February 2017.