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Discover 3 steps to youthful-looking skin with this at-home facial tutorial. Firstly, apply the Pro-Collagen Hydra-Gel Eye Masks. These eye masks instantly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Next apply Lavender Repair Mask, a deep-cleansing mask ideal for removing impurities. Finally, restore hydration with Pro-Collagen Marine Mask. This luxurious mask instantly firms and tones the skin, while helping to improve elasticity for a more youthful, firmer appearance.

Discover 3 steps to youthful-looking skin with this at-home facial tutorial. Firstly, apply the Pro-Collagen Hydra-Gel Eye Masks. These eye masks instantly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Next apply Lavender Repair Mask, a deep-cleansing mask ideal for removing impurities. Finally, restore hydration with Pro-Collagen Marine Mask. This luxurious mask instantly firms and tones the skin, while helping to improve elasticity for a more youthful, firmer appearance.

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with an angled brush. Then using the same type brush line it, just inside the shape, with the quick look busy shadow and blend it inwards. This helps give it a more raw flesh colour and gives it more depth. Finally use a concealer brush and boing concealer and sharpen and tidy up around the shape. xx

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with an angled brush. Then using the same type brush line it, just inside the shape, with the quick look busy shadow and blend it inwards. This helps give it a more raw flesh colour and gives it more depth. Finally use a concealer brush and boing concealer and sharpen and tidy up around the shape. xx

Step 1: Using a dark red lip liner, map up where you want your stitches to be. Once you get the shape you want, deep the lines up.  Step 2: Draw a line on each side of the stitches, leaving some space between the lines. Then blend the outer lines using a pencil brush. This step will make your stitches look three-dimensional and real.  Step 3: With a white pencil or eye shadow, highlight the inner stitches to make them look deeper.

Step 1: Using a dark red lip liner, map up where you want your stitches to be. Once you get the shape you want, deep the lines up. Step 2: Draw a line on each side of the stitches, leaving some space between the lines. Then blend the outer lines using a pencil brush. This step will make your stitches look three-dimensional and real. Step 3: With a white pencil or eye shadow, highlight the inner stitches to make them look deeper.

found by hedviggen ⚓️ on pinterest |illustration | typography | lines | graphic design | print | lettering | gfx | minimal | poster | art |

found by hedviggen ⚓️ on pinterest |illustration | typography | lines | graphic design | print | lettering | gfx | minimal | poster | art |

Abby Hope Skinner. Drawing from observation in art. This section of Abby’s A Level Art portfolio shows excellent reference to first-hand sources. Here she completes observational line drawings of still life items (relating to her identity as a young artist – paint brushes, easels, artwork) arranged on a studio desk. The compositions communicate the essence of Abby’s identity, without the inclusion of a typical self-portrait – an innovative way of approaching a self-portrait.

Abby Hope Skinner. Drawing from observation in art. This section of Abby’s A Level Art portfolio shows excellent reference to first-hand sources. Here she completes observational line drawings of still life items (relating to her identity as a young artist – paint brushes, easels, artwork) arranged on a studio desk. The compositions communicate the essence of Abby’s identity, without the inclusion of a typical self-portrait – an innovative way of approaching a self-portrait.

"Looking At You" Series - by Will KimMedium: Brush Markers, Soft Pastels, & Oil Pastels I have posted these four Looking At You Series all on the separate days and I thought it would be nice to put all the drawings for the same series together. Happy Wednesday all!

"Looking At You" Series - by Will KimMedium: Brush Markers, Soft Pastels, & Oil Pastels I have posted these four Looking At You Series all on the separate days and I thought it would be nice to put all the drawings for the same series together. Happy Wednesday all!

These Self-Portraits and Liquid Friends are energetic paintings by Nikos Gyftakis. Using vibrant colors and swirling brush strokes, the Greek artist blends curves and circular lines together to form each oil painting. From a distance, eyes and faces stare out at the viewer. Upon closer inspection, each face transforms into an abstract blur of patterns and textures.

These Self-Portraits and Liquid Friends are energetic paintings by Nikos Gyftakis. Using vibrant colors and swirling brush strokes, the Greek artist blends curves and circular lines together to form each oil painting. From a distance, eyes and faces stare out at the viewer. Upon closer inspection, each face transforms into an abstract blur of patterns and textures.

HOTEL MAGIQUE When life gives you lemons - art print. Shop online :

HOTEL MAGIQUE When life gives you lemons - art print. Shop online :

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