One of my recent obsessions is of eyes on hands. There’s the Pale Man from Pan’s Labyrinth (which in turn is supposed to be inspired by an old Japanese folklore about a MAC makeup line, and I’m sure there are more I can’t recall at this moment. The Internet is helping me cope with my obsession — plenty of pictorial evidence out there that suggests that I’m not the only lone soul who has taken to eyes on hands.
Juliana Dadalto, a multi-discipline artist from Brazil, can make the simplest detail of make-up become something magical. Her work also involves paper-craft and face painting and were nominated in two categories at the Conexion Beauty Art 2011.
Move over Collette Dinnigan and Stella McCartney. We’ve all seen Target collaborate with fashion designers, but a designer budget cosmetic range is an Australian first. Can you believe Napoleon Perdis is going to be available in Target? I’m excited about the unique NP Set cosmetic range which recently launched. As a Napoleon enthusiast who swears [...]