The Harper's Bazaar Germany September 2014 Runway to Reality editorial addresses some of the fashion industry's top cosmetic looks. Model Marta Dyks sported a series of avant garde looks, each one more daring than the last as the magazine opted for bold pops of red, green, purple and pink.
Stylist Julia Alfert assembled these striking make up designs. While fall often calls for subdued tones and natural appearances, Alfert turned that notion on its head. Instead, Dyks was done up with full lips, intense eye shadow, winged eyeliner and brows filled in with easter egg-hued tones.
Dyks' poses suited the many styles that she displayed. In keeping with the brazen beauty products, she pouted, looked about angrily and stared off intently into the distance.
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