Those who have been looking to research makeup tips for Halloween would do well to reference this creepy beauty editorial. Although it can be considered more experimental than creepy, there is an ick factor that many women will repel against. From sequin bleeding eyes and blackened tongues to glossy faces and terrible curls, people might not be able to look at cosmetics in the same way again.
The creepy beauty editorial was shot by photographer Nicolas Coulomb with art direction by Florence Tetier . Yet the true star of the photoshoot is Isamaya Ffrench, the makeup artist behind the bizarre looks. Appearing in the July 2014 issue of Novembre Magazine, has as retro an aesthetic as it does a frightening artistic one. This is due in large part to stylist Georgia Pendlebury.
The Novembre Magazine July 2014 Issue Focuses on Experimental Looks
1. Experimental Makeup - There is an opportunity to disrupt the beauty industry by creating innovative and unconventional makeup products and techniques.
2. Artistic Photography - There is a potential for disruption in the photography industry by exploring new and unconventional approaches to capturing beauty and fashion.
3. Retro Aesthetic - There is an opportunity to disrupt the fashion industry by bringing back retro styles and incorporating them into modern fashion trends.
1. Beauty - The beauty industry can benefit from embracing experimental makeup and pushing the boundaries of traditional cosmetic products and techniques.
2. Photography - The photography industry can benefit from exploring more artistic and unconventional approaches to capturing beauty and fashion.
3. Fashion - The fashion industry can benefit from incorporating retro aesthetics into modern fashion trends and creating unique and nostalgic styles.