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Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Elsa Rhae has incredible talent in face paintings using makeup. adidas chaussures homme She can transform herself into a number of fantastic creations. air max 2017 goedkoop Rhae will even go as far to color her hair and neck to extend the illusion. kyrie 1 pas cher We see her as a White Walker, Fjallraven Kanken Baratas The Joker, asics running pas cher The Grinch, Dallas Mavericks and much more.

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Tal Peleg’s Dazzling Eyelid Paintings

Tal Peleg's Dazzling Eyelid Paintings

Tal Peleg’s Dazzling Eyelid Paintings

Israeli makeup artist Tal Peleg doesn’t just use cosmetics for makeup. She’s turned eye makeup into an art form where the eyelid is her canvas. She uses eye shadow and eyeliner, and with them she transforms the skin around it into tiny and intricately-detailed paintings. She depicts The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera, and Little Red Riding Hood on the upper part of the brow and sometimes colors its hair as well. Read More »

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Before and After Portraits of Drug Abuse by Roman Sakovich

Before and After Portraits of Drug Abuse by Roman Sakovich

Before and After Portraits of Drug Abuse by Roman Sakovich

London based photographer Roman Sakovich‘s project Half highlights the drastic physical effects of drug abuse compared to the clean cut version of the same person. He shot this series while he was still a photography student at the Arts University College in Bournemout. This photo project gives the viewer the visualization of the damaging effects of drug abuse in our bodies.

If you think that his photos were just an example of Photoshop trickery, then you are wrong. They were created with the help of talented make-up artists and costume designers. Sakovich had the right side of the models dressed as professionals while the left side was dressed as a drug addict.

“These photographs are not a merge of two images into one,” Sakovich explained. “Instead I have used make up on one side of the face and kept [the] other side normal. With regards to styling, I tried to do everything in-camera rather than in post-production.”

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