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The Flare Magazine 'Japanic Organic' Photoshoot is Asian-Influenced

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: flare & fashiongonerogue
If the Geisha community continues to exist well into the future, their costumes would naturally evolve, perhaps to resemble the looks featured in the Flare Magazine 'Japanic Organic' beauty editorial. Full of sci-fi potential, the makeup and hair have been given a futuristic twist while still holding onto the Japanese cultural identity. From adorned hairdos to vibrant eyeshadows, the photoshoot is an experimentation in all things beauty related.

The Flare Magazine 'Japanic Organic' editorial was lensed by Max Abadian, a photographer based in Montreal, Quebec. It stars models Emily Ruhl and Emily Fox. The beauties were given an exotic flair courtesy of stylist Corey Ng who clad them in skin-revealing outfits and the odd kimono. Makeup artist Greg Wencel dramatically contoured their flawless faces while hairstylist Danilo topped off the looks. Stats for Sci-Fi Geisha Editorials Trending: Older & Buzzing
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