The looks featured in the neo geisha editorial appear as though they belong in an interpretive performance art piece. Artistic and abstract, they update the traditional Japanese profession in a way that will surely inspire some interesting Halloween outfits this year. At the very least, it will encourage women to have a little more fun with their makeup and kimono jackets.
Appearing in the latest Summer 2014 issue of Schon Magazine, the neo geisha editorial was shot in studio against a basic backdrop by photographer Bryan Huynh. Showcasing designer makeup from such brands as MAC, Tom Ford Beauty and Dior, the looks revolve around a pale painted face and a lot of hot pink accents from brows to lips. A sculptured ginger coif by hair stylist Adam Szabo finishes the looks.
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