November 8, 2011 12:30 PM
Makeup artist Peter Philips is no stranger to getting creative with beauty. From lash embellishments for i-D magazine and Chanel’s Fall 2009 show to his shocking Pierrot look for Alexander McQueen, Philips is always on the cutting edge of beauty trends. You can find his newest creation in the November issue of WSJ Magazine. Model Bette Franke is adorned with fabric appliqués of satin and sequined flowers to create a flower child meets couture blush look.
Now we realize that this look isn’t for everyone, but with the growing popularity of beauty decals like Violent Lips’ lip tattoos are blush decals that far behind?
[images from wsj.com]