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LOOK: Paolo Ballesteros becomes ‘Gasolenn Heussaff’

/ 01:47 PM April 29, 2018

Image: Instagram/@pochoy_29

Paolo Ballesteros showed off his makeup prowess once again when he transformed himself into actress and co-star Solenn Heussaff.

Ballesteros posted a photo of his made up Solenn self on his Instagram page yesterday, April 28. In the photo, he dubbed himself as “Gasolenn Heussaff.”


Image: Instagram/@pochoy_29

Compared to Heussaff’s own makeup transformation challenge posted on April 25, where she tried to turn into Ballesteros, the actor’s attempt appears to be far more accurate. Heussaff herself acknowledged this by replying “The best!!!” on Ballesteros’ post.


Heusaff shared her two-hour attempt to transform into Ballesteros on a blog post. This included a time-lapsed video of herself putting on makeup while commenting on how difficult the process was. In the end, she considered her attempt an “epic fail.”

But to be fair, Solenn’s contouring work came close to replicating Ballesteros’ nose, cheeks and lips. She even received a “Berigood!” (very good) from the makeup master himself.

Image: Instagram/@solenn

Ballesteros and Heussaff are co-stars in the upcoming Regal Films movie “My 2 Mommies” which will hit theaters on May 9. In the movie, Ballesteros and Heussaff ended up playing mothers to one kid, due to an unexpected affair. Their characters try to work out how to explain the situation to their little girl, even as they lead different lives. JB


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