Eye Popping Makeup (via College Candy)
  • It's All in the Eyes 100 Beautiful Photo Manipulations
    psd.tutsplus.com
    The eyes have long been considered the windows to the soul. Photographers often try to focus on a subject's eyes as a way to add depth and emotion to a photo. But there are still only so many ways you can emphasize the eyes in a standard photo. That's where photo manipulations like those below enter the scene. Some are macabre and just a little bit (or extremely) frightening, while others make us think of fantasy worlds filled with fairies and nymphs. And then there are those that are done just to make the subject appear more striking. In any case, all are inspiring and a great place to start if you're looking for some ideas. | Tags: Inspiration, Photoshop
  • Look at Minka Kelly and See What a Difference the Shape of Your False Lashes Can Make!
    glamour.com
    So I was staring at this photo of Minka Kelly from a Fashion Week event last night--she has one of those perplexingly perfect faces that almost force you to stare!--and then I got fixated specifically on her eyelashes. These false...
  • It's All in the Eyes 100 Beautiful Photo Manipulations
    psd.tutsplus.com
    The eyes have long been considered the windows to the soul. Photographers often try to focus on a subject's eyes as a way to add depth and emotion to a photo. But there are still only so many ways you can emphasize the eyes in a standard photo. That's where photo manipulations like those below enter the scene. Some are macabre and just a little bit (or extremely) frightening, while others make us think of fantasy worlds filled with fairies and nymphs. And then there are those that are done just to make the subject appear more striking. In any case, all are inspiring and a great place to start if you're looking for some ideas. | Tags: Inspiration, Photoshop
  • It’s All in the Eyes 100 Beautiful Photo Manipulations
    psd.tutsplus.com
    The eyes have long been considered the windows to the soul. Photographers often try to focus on a subject's eyes as a way to add depth and emotion to a photo.
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