Drag Queen Transforms Herself Into 90s Cartoon Characters And It Will Blow Your Mind

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There have been enough TV show reboots, film remakes, and fashion trends to convince us that the 90s are making a comeback.

Everyone who grew up during that time has a slight obsession with everything 90s, and Phi Phi O'Hara is no different.

Last year, the drag queen and former Ru Paul's Drag Race contestant kick started a project called the '365 Days of Drag' where she would sport a new makeup look every day for the entire year.


Phi Phi, 25, brought some nostalgia into the mix by turning herself into many of our favorite cartoon characters from the 90s, which made the challenge all the more incredible.

She used everything from wigs to prosthetics to make her looks appear as close to the original as possible.

Check out Phi Phi's looks if you'd like to see some of the most iconic 90s animated characters, from Rugrats to Daria, come to life:

1. Cynthia - Rugrats

Phi Phi O'Hara

2. Didila "Didi" Kropotkin-Pickles - Rugrats

Phi Phi O'Hara

3. HIM - The Powerpuff Girls

Phi Phi O'Hara

4. Dot - Animaniacs

Phi Phi O'Hara

5. Princess Luna - My Little Pony

Phi Phi O'Hara

6. Princess Celestia - My Little Pony

Phi Phi O'Hara

Wait until you see how well Phi Phi turned herself into Helga from Hey Arnold!

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