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If you grew up in the '90s or early 2000s, then you likely remember how LIT Friday evenings were, thanks to Disney Channel's original movies airing at 8 pm sharp. 

Some of the same movies we watched then still air now. It wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without "Luck of the Irish," and could it really be October without a nostalgia re-watch of ALL the "Halloweentowns?"

Now us makeup addicts have another way to enjoy our favorite Disney Channel movies, thanks to makeup GENIUS Caitlin Barkman. She turns classic Disney channel movies into eyelid ART, and the results are just so damn good.

Check out her use of cosmic blue, purple, pink, and silver to create a "Zenon Girl of the 21st Century" look.

Sigh. This design is definitely making my heart go "boom boom boom."

"Wizards of Waverly Place" got a pretty mashup of orange, yellow, and green with sharp angled eyeliner.

Her "Hannah Montana" halo eye borrows the purple and gold color scheme of the show's logo.

The coolest part of this orange and red "Lemonade Mouth" design is the eyeliner, which has a barred design reminiscent of the cast members' stance on the movie cover.

"High School Musical" got a stage curtain-inspired wavy gold and red shadow design.

For "High School Musical 2," she went with blue and gold shadow with bright yellow eyeliner.

The "High School Musical 3" eye has the East High colors with winged eyeliner done with black and red.

Graduation, baby!

"The Cheetah Girls" didn't just get the classic animal print — they also got a gorgeous blue and red design, with the frosty stars from the movie.

And just when you forgot that Demi Lovato got her start as a Disney kid, you get blessed with this yellow, green, and red "Camp Rock" design.

Let this pretty red and orange look flash you back to the time when Tia and Tamera Mowry were the stars of "Twitches!"

Caitlyn gave her eyes the blue and purple star treatment — because we're all still "Starstruck."

And never forget the Aly & AJ reign on Disney Channel. This "Cow Belles" designs pulls the hot pink and blue from the film's logo, and of course a lil' ole cow print for the final touch.

These looks are inspired — and actually wearable. I can't wait to see what Caitlin creates next!

Make sure you follow Caitlin on Instagram for even more inspired takes on classic Disney movies.