Tribal Beauty


as0415-EC-Model2-rev_C_fmt_0.jpegGinger Boyle of Planet Salon in Los Angeles was experimenting with texture for her NAHA entry and asked makeup artist Sara Tagaloa to push the
envelope in order to create a bit of texture as well. As Boyle worked on the hair, Tagaloa began applying white cream eye shadow to the model’s face, working in broad brushstrokes. “We stayed with cool tones that made it almost tribal,” Boyle says. >

Edited by Lisa Bruckenstein Photography: Robert Lynden


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