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Japanese artist Nobumichi Asai created this effect by projecting images onto faces in real time. The features of the user's faces are mapped and tracked and then the 'new face' is projected onto that in a 3D pattern that gives them such a realistic look.
This kind of 3D projection has also been used to make videos like this one:
Makeup artist Tim O seems to specialize in striking, colorful looks. The inspirations for these particular color combinations were very close at hand. Next time you pick up a bag of chips, you might find yourself imagining what it would look like on your face.
The grass is always greener on the other side—the freckle side that is.
A new company called Freck Yourself has launched a Kickstarter in hopes of funding their product, which promises to add natural-looking freckles to your body that last for two days.
If funded, the pack of 72 self-adhesive stencils would be available as early as February 2016.
The product promises to create natural freckles, which can't be achieved through traditional makeup.
There have always been two problems with creating artificial freckles. First, it's really hard to create a realistic pattern. Natural freckles have a random pattern & sizing variation, but freckles applied with a pencil are all the same shape of the pencil tip. Second, pencil or makeup freckles smudge really easily. Our product solves both of these problems.
So, will you get frecked?
Cosmetologist and visual artist Jan Bonito is so good at his job it's scary. Literally terrifying.
On his Instagram account he's posted a number of transformations where he becomes characters from "American Horror Story."
Yes, including Twisty the Clown.
Here are a few examples, and you can check out more of his work on his profile page.