Transformations: It’s a Lushious Massacre Up in Here Today

Hilarious Houston drag queen and makeup artist Lushious Massacre stops by the Transformation studio today to PAINT ME THE HOUSE DOWN. Yes, GAWD! Henny, henny, henny! And with neon colors, ten pairs of lashes, and a cut crease you can see from the space station, ... See the Rest

Transformations: Merrie Cherry Turns Me into a Living Doll

Big-time Bushwick queen Merrie Cherry pops by the Transformation studio today to give me woody. That is, she transforms me into a Pinocchio-like doll, complete with some of the most fabulous eyelashes I have ever known. The final look is sort of Liza ... See the Rest

Transformations: Rubberchild Gives Me a Dominatrix Makeover

Rubberchild, from the Haus of Piss in Florida, stopped by the Transformation studio to give me a naughty BDSM look, complete with whip and a bottle of poppers (and a lizard to kiss, but that never fully gets explained). Watch the video below. ... See the Rest

From Filthy Beatnik to Dazzling International Beauty: A Hilarious 1963 Transformation

Must-see British Pathé newsreel footage from 1963, in which a "young, cigarette-puffing, black-haired, ... See the Rest

Transformation Tuesday: Nina Bonina Brown Gives Me a “Lady Mouse” Makeover

Nutty Atlanta queen Nina Bonina Brown came to the Transformation studio to showcase her talent for rendering 2-D cartoon images onto faces. It's pretty amazing. She gave me a Minnie Mou.... um, "lady mouse" makeover (don't wan't anger the Disney ... See the Rest

#RIPDavidBowie: Landon Cider is Giving James St. James an Impromptu Instagram Transformation! NOW WITH FINAL LOOK!

Happening right now in the World of Wonder studio, Landon Cider is giving James St. James an impromptu See the Rest

Transformations: Valentine Anger’s Autumnal Holiday Makeover

Cutie-patootie Valentine Anger (who had previously assisted both Ursala Major and Gabe Wing) gets a stab at HIS ... See the Rest

Transformations: Shea Couleé

Today we have with us in the Transformation studios the lovely Shea Couleé (from Chicago) who gives me a makeover that at first glance appears to be a very gay Easter egg, but is actually based on the street art of Parisian graffiti artistSee the Rest