Foil. Velvet. Metallic. Cashmere. Gone are the days of beauty choices limited to creamy versus matte. The newest makeup comes in textures so varied, we sometimes have a hard time deciding which to wear. But, what's the point of choosing just one? Textures are the building blocks to a look — and the juxtaposition of different finishes, even within the same facial feature, turns out to be a gorgeous thing indeed.
With this in mind, we brought in makeup artist Elisa Flowers and charged her with the task of combining all the new textures we've been eyeing in a way that's gorgeous and wearable. Paired with ultra-texturized, beachy hair created by Austin Call from Aveda, the looks that Flowers painted on our model's face were so breathtaking, we were tempted to copy them while she was still working.
We also had the pleasure of a multi-textured manicure created by the one and only Jin Soon Choi — making this shoot the full beauty package. Click through to check it out.
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