These Mind-Bending Makeup Transformations Are So Good You Can’t Tell Reality From Fantasy.
With enthusiasm and inventiveness, numerous makeup artists have decided to forego conventional materials to explore bolder venues and techniques. From aesthetic edible artwork to pieces influenced by flowers, these vanguard manifestations exhibit an inventive and innovative way to deal with artistic workmanship. As of late, this enthusiasm has appeared in the domain of body art, with optical figment cosmetics at its interesting front line. Utilizing faces as a blank canvas, these cosmetics experts utilize strategies to create some impressive works of art that will make you doubt what you're seeing and question everything you knew about reality. From unusual reality-defying contortions to camouflage you have to see to believe, these cosmetics showstoppers exhibit the individual specialists' stunning aptitudes. Check out these amazing selections of optical illusion art and their talented artists. They'll totally blow your mind.
Tokyo-based make-up artist, Zhao Yu, knows what you'll lycan.
Now here's an optical illusion we can sink our teeth into. Without even using Photoshop, Zhao can use her artistic makeup talent to bring out the inner wolf inside of someone.
When you take a look at Zhao's work, you'll swear you've stepped into the Twilight Zone.
Her artistic illusion is so out there that you'll be wondering how she managed to move one eye down without digital manipulation. Clearly, she's a champion at her own game.
The Japanese artist knows that there are perks to being a wallflower.
After graduating from the Department of Visual Communication Design at the Mushashino Art University in 2016, she continued to explore and push her body painting techniques to a whole new level.
When it comes to be being two-faced, Zho takes her work to a whole new level.
Just look at the definition of her artwork! It literally looks like her face has cracked open a window into the universe. Have you ever seen anything that looks so spaced out like this in your life?
When it comes to artistic talent, Mimi Choi can slice you right open with her skills.
The 31-year-old Vancouver-based artist isn't a serial killer, but she uses her artwork and talent like a scalpel to create the illusion that you're seeing a face sliced up like some pumpkin carving gone wrong.
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