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Mulan - Mulan Looks Different
Check first at the start. Mulan is getting prepared for the matchmaker. They put on her make-up and her eye brows immediately become thinner. As soon as she wipes the makeup off in the temple her eyebrows become full again. Also, Check the comparison between her as Mulan and her as Ping. As mulan she has a round face shape, Ping has a very square shape. Also Pings eyebrows are much thicker. Then after Ping gets wounded, Mulans secret is revealed she is a girl. Ping automatically has a round face, thin eyebrows, long lashes and rosy round lips. Realistically, she should still look just like Ping with his hair down.
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Bridie on 05-20-2001
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Kaede writes:
Makeup can cover up many things. I noticed the change with Ping as well, but I believe it's done purposely, just to make her look more like a guy and be more believable to the captain and the troops.
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Caroline writes:
1. it's just a cartoon 2. you don't know much about make-up do you? I agree that in real life it wouldn't happen that quickly, but all that white make-up on her face could actually make her eyebrows thinner (the make-up could be applied over part of her eyebrows). As for Ping's face, she wouldn't have any makeup on at all as Ping. When applied in certain shades on certain places on your face, you can create different illusions, for instance rounder faces. She probably wears make-up as Mulan to make her square face look rounder
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babydoll8112 writes:
Many many many cartoons have changes like that. It's not a slip-up, it's a cartoon. The artists drew her face like that on purpose, which means it's no slip-up.
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