A good hair day for me includes remembering if I already shampooed my hair or not for three minutes in the shower and then throwing it back once it dries.
That’s why what Abkhazian hairstylist George Kot does to hair is insanely incredible.
He creates everything from bouquets of flowers to plaited designs that look like freaking works of art.
We’ve all watched our favorite movies or TV shows and wondered what it would be like to be those characters.
For makeup artist Rebecca Swift, just wondering wasn’t enough.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite Disney animals would look like as humans?
“I decided to draw them in the styles of their movies,” she said, “and keep consistent shape language and features to interpret the character in a more thorough and believable way.”
Lady And The Tramp
When you think of most buildings, you think of four walls in a box-like configuration.
Well, these buildings turn that theory right on its head — literally, in some cases.
Dancing Houses (Prague, Czech Republic)
There are many talented makeup artists out there who create absolutely stunning transformations every day. But Italian-based makeup artist and portrait painter Lucia Pittalis takes things to an astronomically high level.
She uses her knowledge from studying the classics and art in school — along with incredible talent and technique — to defy age and gender and alter her appearance into iconic film and music icons like Bette Davis, Rocky, and Keith Richards.
It’s more than just putting on a look for Pittalis.
She also captures their essence by studying the characters — watching photos, movies, videos, and saving frames where necessary.
“I think how it can be adapted on my face,” she said. “It is a kind of acting process before. I must be that character. Then I put on background music related to that character to be in the mood and I start to watch myself in the mirror.”
And what she sees looking back at her is nothing short of stunning.
Everyone knows “the look” that a mom can give her kids to put a little bit of fear into their hearts. But Nikki Shelley of Rugby, Warwickshire, takes things to an extreme.
When is a cake more than a cake? When it becomes a work of edible art.
Mix together talented bakers, incredible talent, delicious ingredients, and endless possibilities, and the result is a sugary sculpture that looks too incredible to eat — well, almost.
It is still cake, after all…
LEGO Wedding Cake