Beauty inspiration from the shadows

If the trend towards Gothic romance is one that resonates with you, then perhaps some makeup inspiration is in order for the day. Kinga Rajzak stars in a beauty supplement for Vogue Japan’s September issue that channels only the darkest of looks. Black lace and leather and Kinga’s raven hair compliment looks that either focus on made-up eyes and bare lips or vice-versa; this particular look, one of the most striking, drawing attention to the lips with dark red, immaculately applied, matt lipstick.

gothic beauty inspiration

Jem Mitchell photographed the shoot.

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