Makeup artists can get very creative with their facial transformations. From putting on an ultra-glam look to becoming celebrity look-alikes, these artists never fail to impress people. However, for South Korean artist Dain Yoon, makeup transformation has been taken to a new level.
The 24-year-old artist, instead of putting on makeup to look like a famous personality or a movie character, transforms her face into optical illusions. Be prepared to be mesmerized by the visual effects of Yoon’s facial art.
Artist Dain Yoon’s works don’t really fit in what people call conventional makeup.
She focuses more on illusion art.
She identifies as a visual illusion artist.
Dain’s artistic talent was already evident even when she was still a young girl. This, later on, allowed her to enroll in prestigious art schools in South Korea. She had attended Yewon Arts Secondary, Seoul Arts High School and Korean National University of Arts.
Three years ago, Dain started posting photos of her illusion art on Instagram.
Naturally, people were impressed.
Dain uses her face, some brushes, face paint and makeup to achieve effects like the distorted look and blending in.
She revealed to Allure in 2017 that her love for painting started in elementary school. She’s passionate about things that no one has ever done before.
“Throughout my education in art, I realized that my talent lies in realistic painting. It’s been two years since I’ve begun to use my body as the canvas. I’ve always been interested in something others have not done and that’s when I ventured into ‘illusion art.”
Even with all her talent, Dain admits that painting on her face and body is a real challenge. Even she feels dizzy with her own creation.
“Drawing on my own body through the reflection on mirrors is a very difficult process. Hours of painting through mirror often makes me dizzy.”
Soon enough, her works earned her thousands of social media followers.
She even appeared on the Ellen Show.
Some people find it hard to believe that Dain’s makeup is real and doesn’t involve photo-editing.
Here’s proof. It’s all done by hand.
It’s real. No Photoshop required.
Check out more of Dain’s works on Instagram.
Brothers Go Viral Because of Their Extremely Unique Names
What are these? Tongue twisters or captcha codes?
Naming a baby is always an experience. As parents, most of us usually consult with our spouses so we can come up with the best names for our babies. Some choose simple names while others take a different route and go with uncommon ones.
Recently, three brothers from the Philippines have gotten massive attention online because of the unique names their parents have given them. It all began when Takeshi Suda, a Facebook user, shared photos of the siblings’ school IDs. From there, social media netizens and several news sites have since taken notice.
Meet the Tamayo brothers from Pangasinan, Philippines.
8 Extremely Successful People Who Did Not Graduate College
Formal education is not the only key to success.
Going to school, getting good grades, and finishing with a diploma used to be the widely accepted top formula for success. But today, many success stories prove that having formal education isn't the only way to reach your dreams.
Sometimes, it takes more than a college degree to join the ranks of millionaires and billionaires. There's vision, tenacity, passion, hard work, maybe even a bit of luck. Below, we list eight successful individuals who did not graduate college.
1. Richard Branson
Woman Divorces Paralyzed Husband And Marries His Friend So They Can Take Care Of Him
This modern family has a heartwarming story.
This may be one of the weirdest yet most interesting and maybe heartwarming love stories you'll ever read. It's not your typical love triangle story. A woman in China divorced her paralyzed ex-husband only to marry his best friend after. But the juicy part is that all three of them are living together.
Xie Xiping from Angkang China has been looking after her husband (now ex) Xu Xihan since he became paralyzed as a result of a mining accident in 2002. Later on, she married Xu's best friend Liu Zongkui. Together, Xie and Liu are taking care of Xu and they all live in one house with all their kids.