The great thing about the 'Canvas Beauties' editorial for Veoir Magazine is that it turns women into actually works of art (watercolor paintings, to be specific). Makeup artist Sokphalla Ban created these artistic looks by splashing vibrant colors on the faces of multiple models. These women look more like painted female portraits than real people in this stunning series.
Photographer William Lords captured these marvelous watercolor women, each posing with a different expression. These ladies stood in front of a white wall, which looks much like a canvas. This helped to further the idea that they're painted characters rather than living, breathing models.
These bright and beautiful captures feature lots of spring colors, which reminds viewers that winter is almost over.
The Canvas Beauties Editorial for Veoir Magazine is Paint-Infused
1. Canvas Beauties - The trend of transforming models into actual works of art using watercolor make-up is growing in popularity in the beauty industry, providing unique makeup experiences for customers.
2. Art-inspired Makeup - The trend of using art forms as inspiration for makeup looks is becoming more prevalent in the beauty industry, presenting opportunities for creative expression and experimentation.
3. Paint-inspired Photography - The trend of incorporating painted elements and techniques into photography is gaining momentum, providing a fresh and unique perspective on traditional photography.
1. Makeup - Makeup artists can experiment with new techniques and innovative ways of applying makeup to create expressive and artistic makeup looks inspired by various art forms for beauty enthusiasts.
2. Fashion - Fashion designers can collaborate with makeup artists and photographers to present wearable and artful looks to showcase their collections in a visually stunning way.
3. Photography - The photography industry can incorporate painted elements and techniques into their work to create distinctive and imaginative photographs that stand out from traditional photography.