宇宙人 | Space Punk
And we come bearing photos.
These are from a shoot the fabulous Jazmin and I did back in March, during the short window of time when the sakura bloom in Japan. Rather than have a traditional hanami (flower viewing), we of course turned the opportunity into a photoshoot.
Aliens + Cherry Blossoms.
Because we can.
Foundation – MAC Studio Waterweight in NC 15
Bronzer – Anastasia Beverly Hills Illumin8 in ‘Sun Bronzed’
Blush – Hervana by Benefit
Highlight – Charlotte Bronson’s ‘Shoshanna’ trio
Brows – S7 from the Smashbox ‘Full Exposure’ palette
Eyeshadow – MAC
Lips – ‘Gel’ by MAC
Lashes – Dollywink
Septum ring – Crazy Factory
‘Mum’ T-shirt – Zara
Apron dress – Zara
Shoes – Zara (shocker)
Tights – GL I have no idea
And yes, these are the Space Buns of which I spoke, plus curls. (P.S.: I genuinely had no idea I didn’t come up with the term ‘space buns’. Baader-Meinhof? Idk lol.)
Also fun fact: somebody called the COPS on us ’cause they thought we were trying to break into this lighthouse. But when they showed up they were too timid to talk to us, so.
Guys. C’mon. Come. On. We’re just here to dress weird and take pictures. Find your chill.
Jazmin, modeling an alternative to Space Buns – twist buns, or as we referred to them in college, Miley Buns. Whatever you wanna call ’em, they cute.
As for this bitch’s clothes and makeup, you’d have to ask her. I did her eyes from a MAC palette and her brows from the same Smashbox palette I used for mine, but the rest is a mystery~
Thanks, as always, to this beauty for letting me draw on her face/dump glitter in her hair/take pictures of her. ❤
She’s the sweet alien.
…Or is she?
Space Punks don’t care if you’re not supposed to climb sakura trees. Slash we didn’t know. Oops.
And yeah, sakura are gr8 and everything, but…
We also found hella dandelions. Shit is gorgeous.
Homesick for the home planet.
And yes, I took one trash traffic-mirror selfie, give me a break.
…And a derpy selfie of us because how else do you wrap a photoshoot?
Stalk Jazmin on instaslam for more actual photography, if you’re into ridiculously beautiful pictures of Japan.
Until next time, Space Punks.