Bella Hadid is a Pop art dream as she brings Lichtenstein painting to life for Halloween

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Last week, Bella Hadid teased her Halloween outfit to fans on Instagram as she suited up in blue contact lenses and a wig cap. 

On Saturday the 24-year-old supermodel unveiled the final result of her costume, as she transformed into a Roy Lichtenstein painting, looking every bit the Pop art dream. 

Suited up in a blue wig and expertly pixelated makeup, she sizzled in an Instagram video as she showed off her inventive idea. 

Pop art dream: Bella Hadid, 24, transforms into a Roy Lichtenstein painting for Halloween. The supermodel stunned in a blue wig and expertly pixelated makeup as she brought the legendary artist's creations to life

Pop art dream: Bella Hadid, 24, transforms into a Roy Lichtenstein painting for Halloween. The supermodel stunned in a blue wig and expertly pixelated makeup as she brought the legendary artist’s creations to life

The artist who rose to fame in the 1960s alongside Andy Warhol, became a leader in the new art movement. 

His paintings which were heavily parody-based were influenced by comic books and advertisements.   

Using his famous art for reference, Bella and her makeup artist pal Sam Visser brought his creations to life. 

She let the makeup do the talking, as she sported white pixelated dots and exaggerated black lines that contoured her cheeks, nose and jawline.   

Lichtenstein: Taking inspiration from the infamous Pop art powerhouse, Bella channeled the painting for inspiration. Roy was a leader of the new art movement, rising to fame alongside Andy Warhol in the 1960s

Lichtenstein: Taking inspiration from the infamous Pop art powerhouse, Bella channeled the painting for inspiration. Roy was a leader of the new art movement, rising to fame alongside Andy Warhol in the 1960s

Blue baby: She sported a blue wig and blue contact lenses, as she showed off her makeup which created a cartoon-esque illusion

Blue baby: She sported a blue wig and blue contact lenses, as she showed off her makeup which created a cartoon-esque illusion

Come to life: Using filters to bring the story to life, Bella looked like she stepped out of one of his paintings

Come to life: Using filters to bring the story to life, Bella looked like she stepped out of one of his paintings

Details: Her makeup artist pal Visser translated the painting to her face as a canvas as she smouldered for the camera

Details: Her makeup artist pal Visser translated the painting to her face as a canvas as she smouldered for the camera

With the cartoon-esque makeup illusion as the main attraction, she kept her outfit simple, opting for a white collared shirt and a black blazer, that showed her cleavage.

Bella worked her famous angles to show the magnitude of the creation, as she posted an artful video to social media.

She sported light jewelry that fit with the costume, including a pair of yellow button earrings and a pearl necklace. 

Simple: Bella kept her outfit simple, rocking a white collared shirt and a black blazer, that showed her cleavage

Simple: Bella kept her outfit simple, rocking a white collared shirt and a black blazer, that showed her cleavage

Detail oriented: With white pixelated dots that lined her face and black eyeliner for contour, Bella looked straight out of the painting

Cartoon inspiration: Taking a lot of inspiration from comic books and cartoons, his paintings became a hit in the sixties

Up close: Bella worked her famous angles to show the magnitude of the creation, as she posted an artful video to social media.

Lifelike: She penned a storyline caption as she posed up a storm during the artful video

Lifelike: She penned a storyline caption as she posed up a storm during the artful video 

Dramatic: Bella played with the lighting and visuals of the video to show of the look's dynamism

Dramatic: Bella played with the lighting and visuals of the video to show of the look’s dynamism 

Creating a storyline around the photos, Bella penned a caption to play into the fantasy of her costume. 

She wrote: ‘POV: your new Lichtenstein piece came in and she…uh…came to life last nite….. she won’t stop seducing you thru the security camera until you let her in through the front gate…. if you don’t open up …you know exactly what she’ll do…. she’ll trap you in her art …forever ….. eternity in the frame of doom? or eternity with her….choose your fate.’ 

She continued to get hyped on her look as she shared some behind the scenes photos with Visser by her side. 

Lights on: Behind the scenes, you could see the detailed nature of Visser's work

Lights on: Behind the scenes, you could see the detailed nature of Visser’s work

Cartoon couture: Hadid looked the embodiment of a cartoon vixen as she took some selfies with her pal who helped her create the look

Cartoon couture: Hadid looked the embodiment of a cartoon vixen as she took some selfies with her pal who helped her create the look

Cartoon couture: Hadid looked the embodiment of a cartoon vixen as she took some selfies with her pal who helped her create the look

Talented friends: She thanked her pal for all his help, calling him an artiste and telling him she was proud of how far he has come in the makeup world

Talented friends: She thanked her pal for all his help, calling him an artiste and telling him she was proud of how far he has come in the makeup world

Lichtenstein died in 1997, though his in-demand works still live on in the homes of many celebrities and wealthy collectors, including Gianni Versace and Steve Martin. 

An average painting can run in the tens of millions, with his most expensive painting selling for a record $165M.   

Images of his paintings are commonly circulated on Instagram, opening the art up to a world of consumers that may not have previously come into contact with his works. 

Recently there has been a surge in fake prints circulating around the world with his estate speaking out to warn buyers of such fraudulent affairs.  

Crying Girl:  'Crying Girl' was created in 1963 and features a series of images of a blonde girl with tears rolling down her face

Crying Girl:  ‘Crying Girl’ was created in 1963 and features a series of images of a blonde girl with tears rolling down her face

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