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25 May 2017, 15:35
Now and again, we come across a make up trend that makes us somewhat speechless.
And we’ve come across the latest one which a) is incredibly impressive and b) is incredibly hard to look at.
Seriously - this is not for the faint hearted.
It seems that beauty trends have taken a wild turn as apparently live animals are now being used to create the newest viral lip art… including a live wasp.
Jasmine, a self taught makeup artist shares her latest botanical inspired creations on Instagram but her most recent look has certainly made us look twice.
Taking obvious inspiration from her garden, she’s managed to incorporate flowers and moss but also manages to use a living wasp and… A SNAIL… in her designs.
Snail is Real Before you comment/ask PLEASE READ: Why do I have a live snail on my hand? I have it there cause I like snails. They're beautiful to me. This is a form of my artistic expression, i understand it's not everyone's cup of tea. I'm not asking you to get it or like it but if we can refrain from being mean about it, that'd be nice I'm inspired by nature and here's a byproduct of that. (Snail was found in my yard and promptly put right back where I found him after our photo shoot) Anyone else really like snails? #amazingmakeupart #makeupartistsworldwide #universalhairandmakeup #dupemag #featuremedita #specialeffects #facepaint #faceart #tattooideas #bodyart #sfxmakeup #facepainting #bodypainting #creativemakeup #lipart #snail #lipstickjunkie #avantgarde #makeupart #makeupideas #darkart #triggerwarning #phobia #creepycrawly #insectart #snailmail #freaky #slimey
Kinda gross, no?
It’s obviously not a ’15 minutes, do it on the bus en route to work’ type look, but it’s strangely impressive.
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