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Curso de maquillaje Intensivo Profesional, 6 meses de formación dirigido a personas que quieren ser profesionales en el mundo del maquillaje y disponen de poco tiempo. Inicio: 16 de Enero de 2017 (Todos los lunes, 6 meses) – 24 clases Inicio: 20 de Enero de 2017 (Todos los viernes, 6 meses) – 24 clases Horario: De 15:30h a 19:30h Infórmate: hola@colors-up.com // ☏ 93 412 55 11

Curso de maquillaje Intensivo Profesional, 6 meses de formación dirigido a personas que quieren ser profesionales en el mundo del maquillaje y disponen de poco tiempo. Inicio: 16 de Enero de 2017 (Todos los lunes, 6 meses) – 24 clases Inicio: 20 de Enero de 2017 (Todos los viernes, 6 meses) – 24 clases Horario: De 15:30h a 19:30h Infórmate: hola@colors-up.com // ☏ 93 412 55 11

É a vez deles se enfeitarem pro Carnaval! - Lilian Pacce

É a vez deles se enfeitarem pro Carnaval!

Trendy Makeup Ideas : Picture Description Space cowboys’ Jake & Axel by Lucia O’Connor-McCarthy. Love this editorial! go mens high fashion!

Morgan Dubois

Fre(e)men Photography: Julie Marie Gene Model : Morgan Dubois MUA : Joey Delish Plug Jewelry : Oaks

Blue Haze

This reminds me of young Princess Liesbeth of the House of Sempesh. The Sanguinex have been cursed for 500 winters, to eternally thirst for blood, which they claim from their Faerie serfs. Sanguinex also possess golden eyes, which can hypnotise.

Fantasy

Sexy Photography by Johannes Stamcar, this is a totally engaging image

Lars Burmeister for Quality Magazine

Lars Burmeister by Ben Lamberty for Quality Magazine

Lars Burmeister goes into a real posing machine mode for this splendid shoot by talented fashion photographer Ben Lamberty.

O que é arte no mundo da moda

chris-parkes-esq: “All That Glitters Is Green: Volume I Photography by chris-parkes-esq Handsomeness provided by lukefazak Glitter skills by makinghimup Muscle provided by ajmalakai Shot at CherryBomb.

Lelantos, was the Titan father of Aura by Periboa. He was the son of Coeus and Phoebe and brother to Leto and Asteria. His name was derived from the Greek words lêthô, lanthanô, and lelathon, meaning "to escape notice," "move unseen" or "go unobserved." To scholars, the etymology of his name may have implied that Lelantos was possibly the Titan god of air and the unseen, presiding over the subtle breezes of the wind.

I choose this image because of the eye makeup. I think the red makeup goes well with his white/sliver contour as well as the silver makeup on his shoulder.

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