Espionage Cosmetics focuses on making makeup and other accessories for people with nerdy interests. Keeping to that philosophy then, its latest creation hides eye shadow in faux Game Boy cartridges. They snap open clam-shell style with a mirror on top.
This is Lara. She’s sixteen, self-taught and very talented.
That's TV host, actor, and make-up artist Paolo Ballesteros showing off his Elsa from Frozen face. He doesn't always look like this. Nobody does.
The effect you're seeing here, applied as a form of "electronic make-up", is the result of CG and projection tech being screened and updated - in real-time - onto a model's face.
You've probably seen photos of how makeup can change people's appearance. Usually, makeup makes them look younger. It doesn't turn them into old dudes. Well, makeup can do that, too.
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Seriously, I hope you were prepared for OxBloodrayne1989xO's gross (in a good way) makeup skills. This is certainly rage quitting at its worst.
I don't ordinarily think of "makeup artist" and "gaming" as going together. After all: the characters whose stories we so ardently follow are virtual people, and they are as fantastic or as plain as any other set of pixels can be.
If you've played Final Fantasy IX, you know Kuja is the main bad guy. Like many Final Fantasy characters, Kuja has a stylized appearance. This video is an in-depth look at how to recreate it.
Halloween's around the corner, and makeup artist Alisha Baijounas correctly notes that video games make great costume inspirations. She's advising the ladies to try this look inspired by God of War.
Geek Chic Cosmetics recently launched a new line of gaming-themed cosmetics. Their make up includes blush, foundation and eye shadow with a gaming twist.