After exhausting my MorgueFile resources, I searched the net for a good picture of a girl's face. A lovely shot of Elisha Cuthbert (whom I fondly remember from Popular Mechanics for Kids - she's grown up!!) was the one I finally chose.
This was the end-result:
To create additional contrast between the two halves of Elisha's face, I suntanned the brunette half of her face, applied some lipstick, (which I would've done better if I wasn't half-asleep,) changed her eye color, and tweaked the shape of her eyebrows using (you'd better believe it) the Fake Beard tool! Not to leave the blond side of Elisha's face behind, I also applied a more vibrant eye color (although I think this was a mistake).
The end result is two very different sides of the same face, one fair, and one dark. If I showed you only the dark half of Elisha's face, would you be able to tell it was originally blond?
All in all, this photo-editing project was quite a fun adventure for me, and while undertaking it, I learned something: I should never do makeup on anyone's face, even my own, at 12 AM. The results could be disastrous.