Makeup Artist Creates Incredible Drawings Using Her Own Body As Canvas – Design You Trust

Makeup Artist Creates Incredible Drawings Using Her Own Body As Canvas

Georgina Ryland is a makeup artist from Brisbane, Australia. She won over thousands of people with her intricate body paintings. The artist uses her own skin as the canvas and draws detailed images, inspired by popular movies, TV shows and paintings.

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