This is quite possibly the best product tie-in ever created, ever. MAC Cosmetics is unleashing a Rocky Horror makeup line—and yes, Dr. Frank-N-Furter has his own lipstick color, of course.
Its color may seem like the defining characteristic of a tube of red lipstick. But how much of your lipstick is actually color — and how much of it is something else?
It's amazing what some people can accomplish with just a little makeup on a human canvas. Makeup artist Laura Jenkinson paints cartoon characters on her lips, using her own mouth as each character's mouth. The results make us giggle.
Makeup artist Laura Jenkinson uses makeup to create adorable cartoon characters from our childhood on her mouth. It's so creative, she uses her lips as a guide to draw the funny faces in. And it's so perfect, the cartoons look like they're just hanging out on her face.
Nobumichi Asai has used projection mapping to put CGI onto cars, docks, building and more. His latest canvas? A real, live human face.
The Starks, Lannisters, Baratheons and more have never looked so fashionable! Fabulous artist Allison Chase designed these amazing GoT hair and make-up schemes inspired by all the main houses, and they're gorgeous (okay, except for House Bolton's. That one's pretty gross). Check 'em out!
A new season of SyFy's Face Off starts this week — what better way to get fired up for mind-blowing makeup skills and creature design than with a gallery filled with six seasons of top looks? Check out these great photos of zombies, werewolves, and...other things.
Thanks to this slick augmented reality mirror, if you happen to find yourself in Sephora's makeup store while visiting Milan, Italy, you'll have the rare opportunity to try on almost every shade of eyeshadow the company sells, without ever putting any of it on your face.
Meet makeup artist Elsa Rhae. Also known as a White Walker. Or Captain Planet. Or the Grinch. Or anybody, really. Rhae can transform her face into pretty much anything in the world because she's simply incredible at what she does. She uses make up and face paint to bring characters to life in the real world.
Well that was unexpected. Meet Mel. She's an intimidating punk rocker who has a hot pink mohawk, more piercings than she can count and has never found a studded leather jacket she's never worn before. And then meet Mel again after her made for TV makeover. Who is the better Mel?
We're big fans of Sandra Holmbom's work. The Swedish makeup artist can do blood and gore with the best of them, but it's her uncanny turns of visual trickery that really set her apart. And when the two combine? Well, that's when you get masterpieces like this. (Fair warning: this is some pretty graphic costume gore.)
The "Galaxy Chic" line of BH Cosmetics eyeshadow is inspired by space. Each little eyeshadow palate is styled to look like a star, or a planet. To quote Judy Jetson, these are "outer-galactic!"
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov and makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan combine their skills to mesmerizing effect in "2D or not 2D," a surprising photography project that transforms model's faces into mind-bending optical illusions.
A cheeky wink can say an awful lot—but now it can do an awful lot, too. A new range of conducting cosmetics means that you could soon be activating electronics with the blink of an eye.
Back in 1995, then reporter Julie Chen had surgery to widen her eyes at the behest of her local Ohio TV station's management. Now, as a co-host of CBS' The Talk, she looks like a completely different person. But she didn't had any more surgery, she claims—as this video shows, it's all because of incredible makeup…
Val Kilmer gave the world an inside look into his makeup-heavy transformation for his one-man play Citizen Twain. Which we then turned into a fairly terrifying gif. Watch as Batman becomes the be-joweled Samuel Clemens.
By using just the contents of her cosmetic kit, Montreal's Carly Paige can transform herself into any number of popular icons — from Mystique and Captain Jack Sparrow, to Marilyn Manson and Lady Gaga.
Swedish artist Sandra "psychosandra" Holmbom pulls off some pretty remarkable optical illusions with makeup, but holy crap does this one take the cake — with an eldritch emphasis on "optical."
Professional airbrush and bodypaint artist Lisa Berczel painted this bit of medical makeup for the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show in Los Angeles. Aside from some medical grade paper tape near the eye and brow blocking, this is all paint.