NEW VIDEO LIVE! South Asian Wonder Woman transformation now on my channel . Hope this inspires you all this Halloween to be whoever it is you want to be & own it. Shoutout to the most amazing dream team below for bringing this to life! #BeYourOwnHero _ Stylist/Designer: @kateewok Materials/Jewelry: @saripalace Hair: @hairbyrenecortez Makeup: @makeupbyshilpa Henna: @goldnineink Space: @beautyblender @watcherica @reaannsilva Director/Photographer: @nishaespy Lighting: @garyjaquez Editor: @brandonespyphoto BTS footage: @ricoabonce
"One of the reasons I started my channel is that there's not a lot of Southeast Asian women out there. My followers are diverse, but girls like me don't feel like there's anyone out there to relate to," said Deepica to Bustle in a 2015 interview. Today, she writes, "Just because you don't see a hero (or any character) that looks like you out there, doesn't mean you can't be them."
Watch her stunning transformation below:
In September, Gal Gadot tweeted her support to two South Asian women who dressed up as Wonder Woman while attending the Sri Lanka Comic Con. Click for more trending news