In a kaleidoscopic whirl, the 'Mathilde' Editorial by FAULT Magazine showcases divine makeup looks.
FAULT magazine, founded in 2007, has a thematic focus on film, fashion, art and music. The publication pushes boundaries by featuring artists that are likely to become highly influential in social change. This beauty story, captured by photographer Hordur Ingason engages with its mirrored motifs and hypnotizing bold makeup looks.
Makeup artist Sidsel Marie Bøg created these avant-garde looks for model Mathilde. A standout look is the rich crimson lips that use the ombre effect to fade into black. Vibrant shades on the smoky lid, contrasted by matte complexion, make for a beauty story that commands attention. Incorporating unconventional cosmetic looks with the duplication of features proves rewarding as the resulting imagery is bold and mesmerizing.
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