It didn’t work out so well.
But, when you spend $399 on a robot arm, it makes sense to get your money’s worth. So she programmed it to put on her lipstick.
It didn’t work out so well.
I programmed a uArm robot arm to help me put on lipstick. I’m not sure how well this color goes with my skin tone.
As you’ll see in the video below, I think her programming may need a few…tweaks.
Well, of course he would. We’ve already established how awesome Tal Peleg is.
See what Deadpool himself had to say about her latest work in the Instagram post below.
As you can see, Ryan Burke’s makeup is pretty unreal. It is inspired by many sources, from club kids to fashion to art, but most surprisingly is the geometry that influences the symmetrical patterns he uses. He tells Buzzfeed:
I am inspired by symmetry, geometric shapes, drag culture, club culture, fashion, art, unconventional materials, patterns — anything really that alters my appearance and distorts my features.
See more of his amazing work below.
Who says food and makeup don’t go together? Tim O. takes the two and makes an epic combination: a foodie fashion statement.
The intriguing part of this is how he draws our attention to the packaging on our favorite snacks. As you’ll see, Tim O. finds inspiration in the funky tones of Funyuns, Pop-Tarts and more.
Makeup artist and body painter Ash Clements has a knack for transforming herself into some gorgeously hideous creatures. She shares many of these amazing creations on her Instagram page, usually a video accompanied by two still shots and details of the makeup used.
From evil Frosty to a rotting zombie, this girl can pull it all off.
Check out more examples of her work below.
More and more, parents are allowing their kids to figure out who they are without enforcing the whole “girl stuff/boy stuff” boundaries. Personally, I think it’s great.
That having been said, meet 8-year old Ethan. When Ethan made his Christmas list, one of the items he wanted was a makeup lesson. Apparently, Ethan is an extremely creative kid and aspires to become a makeup artist. Ethan already watches makeup tutorials online and he practices, but he wanted to get a lesson from a professional.
So, Ethan’s mom Season took him to the MAC cosmetics store to have a lesson with Emmy-nominated makeup artist Joey Killmeyer. The two hit it off immediately.
Joey did one side of Ethan’s face and Ethan did the other side. See if you can tell the difference. I sure couldn’t. In fact, other shoppers in the store asked Ethan to do their makeup.
Check out more pics below.
Star Wars fan Anahy Nuñez is a self-taught body painter who’s currently counting down the days to Star Wars: The Force Awakens by turning herself into different Sith Lords and Ladies from the Star Wars universe.
She’s calling it Sithapalooza. I like where she’s going with this. The Asajj is my personal favorite, but they’re all really good.
Check out more photos and videos below.