The In Vitro FAINT Magazine issue has released its imaginative and visually striking cover set starring models Agatha Frank and Melanie Bate. The top model pair is captured by photographer Alexandre Dubois while sporting crystallized makeup looks that are courtesy of Liz Sharp.
The beauty expert works alongside hair stylist Joel Gionis who transforms Agetha and Melanie into unrecognizable and otherworldly beings. Scaled crystal face appliques, sunny wig looks and gleaming eye-patch accessories are just some of the memorable and avant-garde elements featured in this cover story.
The bold set of images defies convention and pushes the boundaries of traditional cosmetics. Paving the way for new cosmetic innovations, this striking beauty story takes a cinematic approach when it comes to beauty.
The In Vitro FAINT Magazine Cover Images Defy Convention
1. Crystallized Makeup Looks - The use of scaled crystal face appliques and avant-garde elements in cosmetics creates a disruptive innovation opportunity for the beauty industry.
2. Cinematic Beauty - Adopting a cinematic approach in beauty photography opens up new possibilities for innovative beauty storytelling and campaign strategies.
3. Unconventional Cosmetics - Pushing the boundaries of traditional cosmetics with unrecognizable and otherworldly makeup looks sparks the need for disruptive innovation in the beauty industry.
1. Cosmetics - The beauty industry should explore the potential of scaled crystal face appliques and avant-garde makeup elements to create innovative and unconventional cosmetic products.
2. Fashion - The fashion industry can collaborate with the beauty industry to integrate cinematic beauty concepts into runway shows and editorial campaigns, creating a unique and disruptive visual experience.
3. Photography - Cinematic beauty photography can reshape the photography industry by inspiring photographers to experiment with new storytelling techniques and aesthetics.