There’s no doubt that a touch of blush can take your look from drab to fab. This season there has been a bright boom of hot pink and fuchsia dominating the catwalk and our cheeks. Although bold, these beaming hues still manage to give off a natural, subtle and traditional glow when applied to the apples of the cheeks. But oh what a difference when you apply your blush a few inches above or below your cheekbones!
Most makeup artists consider a model’s skin their canvas, but William Lemon III takes the idea more literally. Best known for his “skin printing” technique, William Lemon’s body art has graced the skin of Marc Jacobs, Chloë Sevigny, and now Emanuela de Paulo. Excited to work with and learn from such a visionary in the world of body art, Ava Scanlan, of TEMPTU PRO, jumped at the chance to sit down with Lemon and learn more about his influences, techniques, and upcoming projects.