Beauty Style

Pop Art to Punk Beauty

Pop art and punk rebellion have been ways to move culture forward. Rejection of what is considered normal inspires change in fashion and beauty. What is created here is a new way to play with makeup and hair.

During the pop art movement, mass marketing reached a boom, and artists embraced it. Ubiquitous brands and celebrity were incorporated into high art which was unheard of. To create these looks, products we see and buy constantly were elevated.

The makeup artist Allie Smith used eyeshadow powders, pencils, glitter and mixing mediums. Tyler the hairstylist used mouse and hairspray in unexpected ways. They created looks that feel equally feisty, fresh and easy. Ignoring the conventional guidelines of beauty, these looks are anything but ordinary.

Get inspired and be rebellious.

photography Kate Powers style Masha Orlov makeup Allie Smith hair Tyler Colton assistant style Christie Boschert

Alexis Bittar white beaded necklace

Court Shop turtleneck denim dress with back zipper, Vintage earrings & sunglasses

Eckahus Latta tank top, Swarovski gold crystal necklace, Anna Sheffield black diamond hoop earrings, illesteva clear glasses

Aftur multicolor sweater, Anna Sheffield moonstone necklace

Lip Service black off the shoulder sweatshirt, Samuji pink mohair hat

Vintage tye-dye T-shirt & gold chandelier ear cuff

Eckahus Latta comic book crop top, Black leather baseball cap

Area tshirt

 

 

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