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Check out her interpretation of Penny Proud from "The Proud Family" — Disney Channel's first cartoon starring an African-American family.

The coolest part about this spot-on look is the way she captured Penny Proud's almond-shaped eyes by simply doing a cat eye with the NYX Matte liquid liner ($6.99, Ulta) in black

This Penny look is a great idea for a last-minute Halloween costume, FYI.

And I personally have never seen a more glam makeup look for Cruella DeVille.

To get Cruella DeVille's green eye shadow look, she used the 35P Morphe palette ($23, Morphe) with the same Urban Decay Electric palette she used for Shego. 

Her reimagined look of Scar from "The Lion King" might be her most detailed transformation.

She used a mixture of body paints and makeup to create this look — with NYX Professional Makeup face and body Glitter ($5.99, Target)  in Copper to add a little glam to the eyes. And although not intentional, the faux locks are such a beautiful way to reinterpret Scar's lion mane.

Glam Sally from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" even got some makeup love.

The brighter makeup colors make the Glam Sally costume pop. She used some of the same makeup brands and products as her previous looks: The Subculture palette, the NYX eye pencil in Milk, and a Morphe eye shadow palette. 

But it isn't just retro cartoon classics that Malaysia slays. "I am Moana of Montanui and you will board my boat!"

I seriously can't with this. Arivahc even used makeup to create Moana's necklace. She also used the NYX Jumbo eye pencil ($4.49, Target) in the Milk shade to give the illusion of larger eyes.  

Malaysia's skill — and sense of humor — is undeniable, and these cartoon transformations are making my life!

Make sure you follow her on Instagram for even more inspiration. Who knows what characters she'll bring to life next?