Makeup Makeup Artists Think Outside the Box With We See Beauty 0 22 All Images Full Article 30 Shares by Jessica Cruel 1. Makeup artist Evelyn Kutan was inspired by the Luxury Boutique hotel in Dubai, where modernism and elegance unite. 2. She used graduated shades of black and gray to complete this winged smoky eye, including the 3. Sally Streets was inspired by an Afghan painting that features a woman with many sides (and colors). 4. Streets used the Matte Finish Eye Shadow in Siberian Blue ($18). 5. Jenny Kanavaros wanted to pull off the illusion of reflective pyramids on her model. 6. She pulled it off by using the Custom Effects Pigment Powder in Reykjavik ($18), among other shadow and blush colors. 7. The rounded shapes in this look by Daniel K. were inspired by the beetle — yes, the colorful insect. 8. He used the Gel Eyeliner Pencil in Very Black ($14) to achieve seamless lines. 9. Eve Kleimenova brought to life an Autumn beach sunset with this makeup look filled with oranges and peaches. 10. To get a similar look, shade the face using Matte Finish Blush in Ochre ($23). 11. Aya Komatsu took the technique for this eye-makeup look from pointillism artwork. 12. The lip color is Make's Matte Lipstick ($18) in Rust, and the dots were made using multicolored eye shadows. 13. Kristin Arnett was inspired by bedazzled and sequined fashion designs. 14. Arnett used many different metallic colors and framed it all with a bold brow using the felt Brow Pen in Cool ($18). Also, she added a subtle ombré lip. 15. The thing that pulled together this look by Chico Mitsui was the makeup itself, particularly the high-pigment blue and pink shades. 16. She used varying shades on eyes, cheeks, and lips, including the Silk Satin Lipstick in Beetroot ($18). 17. Makeup artist Lea Siegel's inspiration for this look came from old portrait paintings. 18. She paired neon-green shadow with Matte Finish Blush in Cinnabar ($23) and a matching red lip hue. 19. Jean Myles was inspired by contrasting light and dark colors, from gold to black. 20. To create contrast, she went with a dark lip using Lip Liner Pencil in Rum Raisin ($14) and complemented it with a nude eye look. 21. The painting "Yellow Cow" by Franz Marc inspired makeup artist Kate Romanoff's orange look. 22. Get a similarly fiery orange eye-shadow look with the Matte Finish Eye Shadow in Poppy ($18).