Just some other pics of the Black & White Tea Party look. I tried to make myself look like I was coming straight out of a silent movie. Sadly the light was super bad that day so in almost every pic you can see me holding my phone while looking in another direction (≧∇≦). Selfie problems (＾ω＾).
Love how all the POC look 1000% done with this shit.
Halloween is coming up, yall
Radical neon lips by Missjazminad! She used Sugarpill Supercharged and Sparkage sparkling neon pigments and Violet Voss Electric Peony glitter over Dose of Colors Seductive lipstick and Sunshine Kisses lip gloss. Woweeee! http://instagram.com/p/rIgXMeRRHp/
Model : Alexia GiordanoStylism : Brigade Mondaine
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.
Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
My makeup for today. My look was very heavily inspired by the deathly gorgeous paperchainsaw who is one of my biggest makeup inspirations (and her photos are freaking amazing!) I used e.l.f , sugarpill and inglot for the eyes, and revlon’s matte balm in the shade standout for the lips
oh you *^__^*
The idea was bling corpse paint. It was a good idea.
Here’s a pretty mind-blowing combination of art and technology.
Using highly precise light projectors, a person’s face can be make to look like it’s being altered in real-time through “Projection-mapping.”
Projection-mapping is the art of focusing light onto an object to give it the illusion of movement and depth.
It can be tough to explain, but an easy way to think about it is to remember what it looks like when someone walks in front of a projector during a movie or presentation.
Besides throwing up a hand to shield their eyes, you momentarily see their face covered by a blurry version of whatever is supposed to be on the screen.
Now imagine if that projector could track a person’s face and cast extremely focused light onto them to change their appearance.
That’s exactly what happens in Nobumichi Asai’s new projection mapping demo, which shows how a model’s face can be transformed using the technology. We first saw the video over at The Verge.
First, the dimensions and contours of the model’s face are scanned into the system. The model wears those tiny dots to allow the system to track her exact movements and position.
Watch the video:
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