The Vogue Paris November 2011 issue includes a special beauty editorial featuring six of the world's top supermodels: Arizona Muse, Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, Natasha Poly, Izabel Goulart, Isabeli Fontana and Karolina Kurkova.
The beauty spread offers a ton of spring makeup ideas -- some practical, others not so much. Along with bold lip color, bronzed skin and a number of plum shades, the spread also features a few offbeat styles, including Arizona Muse -- who is also the cover girl for the issue -- with a row of pink roses framing her face and Karolina Kurkova with a black lace viel over her forehead and eyes. Regardless, the models look gorgeous as always -- although they did receive the help of talented stylist Emmanuelle Alt and expert makeup artist Lisa Butler.
This beauty spread for the Vogue Paris November 2011 edition was photographed by photography duo Inez van Lambsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Vogue Paris November 2011 Features a Slew of Supermodels Up Close
1. Bold Lip Colors - The trend of bold lip colors can disrupt the beauty industry, with new formulations and shades being introduced to the market.
2. Bronzed Skin - The trend of bronzed skin can disrupt the skincare industry, with new products and techniques being introduced to achieve a natural-looking tanned look.
3. Offbeat Makeup Styles - The trend of offbeat makeup styles can disrupt the cosmetics industry, with the introduction of new products and innovative makeup application techniques.
1. Beauty - The beauty industry can benefit from trends in bold lip colors, bronzed skin, and offbeat makeup styles, by introducing new products and services that cater to consumer preferences and demand.
2. Fashion - The fashion industry can capitalize on the beauty industry's trends in bold lip colors, bronzed skin, and offbeat makeup styles, by incorporating these styles into their collections and runway shows.
3. Photography - The photography industry can leverage the beauty industry's trends in bold lip colors, bronzed skin, and offbeat makeup styles, by showcasing these styles through editorials and campaigns that capture the essence of these trends.