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Barbie Gets A Glam Makeover From Pat McGrath(PHOTOS)

We're kind of jealous.

Barbie is getting all dolled up thanks to legendary makeup artist, Pat McGrath.

Fashion month has been a whirlwind for McGrath, who from New York City to Milan to Paris, has been creating the runway beauty looks for the iconic likes of Givenchy, Prada and Diane von Furstenberg. But in between gifting free golden eye makeovers in the Tuileries Garden in Paris, the makeup pro found time to create four new chic looks for Mattel's most iconic doll.

According to her Instagram, Barbie is glamorously parading around Paris as we speak for fashion week (lucky girl grammed herself stopping by the Carven showroom to finalize her custom look before the show). And of course, it was a MUST for Barbie to get a McGrath makeover a la It-girl status.

Barbie's transformations were revealed on @barbiestyle, which has more than a million followers. McGrath also took to her own account to elaborate on a few of the creations.

Here are the four looks:

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Queen B rocks a Swarovski-crystal eye and a bold purple lip.

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Pat McGrath created these bold teal eyelids at Versace Atelier's fall 2015 show and here, Barbie is rocking the look with a blunt bang and soft pink lip.

A photo posted by Barbie® (@barbiestyle) on

Modelled after Jessica Stam's 2004 i-D Magazine cover shoot, McGrath uses a heavy contouring technique and primary colour palette to create the stunning look for Barbie.

Who remembers the PUNK: Chaos to Couture theme at the 2013 Met Gala? We sure do! And Barbie rocks this edgy looks equipped with dramatic brow, jeweled lip and a chic septum ring.

Now, the question is: What does Ken think of all these looks? We're sure he loves them.

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