The Vogue Paris May 2012 editorial shows exactly why the word 'artist' is included in the professional title 'makeup artist.' This photoshoot treats model Natasha Poly's face like an actual art canvas. From splattered eyeshadow applications to colorful gradient masks, the beauty looks are stunning masterpieces that will captivate audiences as much as a Picasso or da Vinci.
Shot by New York-based Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti, the Vogue Paris May 2012 editorial is set to appear in the magazine's May 2012 issue. The Russian beauty was worked on by makeup artist Karim Rahman, who created the artistic looks using only L’Oreal products. The explosion of hues were complemented with a slicked-back updo by hairstylist Recine. Metallaic accessories, colorful visors and leather jackets were selected by fashion editor Geraldine Saglio to finish off the beauty looks.
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