Makeup artist Shonagh Scott reimagined your favourite Disney princesses as victims of tragic events that were inspired by the original story lines. If that sounds creepy, that's because it is, but Halloween is creepy too, so it all kind of makes sense. Got to give it to her though: Her princess transformations are pretty spot-on and the gory makeup is disturbingly believable too.

These messed up Disney Princesses are what you need to be for Halloween

Makeup artist Shonagh Scott reimagined your favourite Disney princesses as victims of tragic events that were inspired by the original story lines. If that sounds creepy, that's because it is, but Halloween is creepy too, so it all kind of makes sense.

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Hello beautiful you’s. :) Happy V-day. Here is a special message to YOU on this Valentine’s Day. :) On V-day each year I like to change the focus a little bit from the love for and of &…

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Violent Beauty Photography

Daryna Barykina Beauty and Fashion photographer creates photography project to raise awareness of Domestic Violence problem. “I hide my physical and emotional bruises underneath this "happy face" mask. pretending everything is fine, so

Why are we the food police when it comes to what people can and can't eat? Why do we expect all women to look the same?

I really like this image and how the writing/text is stuck/moulded to her face in the photograph. I also like the message this image portrays and the effect it will have on people. The dark/dull colours also relate to the scene from the image.

Photography by SIS, Model Charlottte, Makeup by Joanna Strange / Portfolio hosting and networking for models, photographers and related crea...

Inside View - An Interview with Joanna Strange

by SIS, Model Charlottte, Makeup by Joanna Strange / Portfolio hosting and networking for models, photographers and related crea.

This "Plastic bodies" series focuses on how commercialism distorts people's perception of the way they look. The artist Sheila Pree Bright says "As a result (of our image focused society), the female body becomes a replica of a doll, and the essence of natural beauty in popular American culture is replaced by fantasy. This body of work addresses the loss of personal identity many women experience, specifically women of color."

Plastic Bodies Photo Series - Sheila Pree Bright

Atlanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright used the classic toy to emphasise the disconnect between commercialised beauty ideals and real women for her series, "Plastic Bodies.

Leila Goldkuhl by Paola Kudacki for Beauty Papers Magazine Spring Summer 2016 5

Reform / Kitchen / Art / Inspiration / Leila Goldkuhl by Paola Kudacki for Beauty Papers Magazine Spring Summer 2016 5


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