There’s a sense of calmness and delicacy transcending the mere essence of wild beauty as captured by photographer Weronika Kosinska for Kismet Magazine, no. 23. Following an elaborate path of tribal inspirations and subtly infused with the defining elements of the faraway civilizations, the stunning beauty shoot plays upon femininity and strength. Natural looking, but exquisitely complex, the ethnic make-up exudes mystery and allurement due to its untamed and exotic character.
Gorgeous golden shades collide with dark greens and icy blues, all creatively re-envisioning the earthy nature of all things beautiful. Striking white splashes strategically placed upon the forehead, above the eyebrows and across the cheekbones, add drama and even more of a tribal feel to the enchanting portraits.
Make-up artist Kinga Zawila-Szeliga enriched the photo shoot with depth and splendid native influences, while stylist Elena Ciuprina complemented the tribal theme by accessorizing the wild looks to perfection. Teresa Opiala added her touch of ethnic magic as envisioned in an array of sophisticated hair styles blending simplicity with an authentic alignment of intricacy.
You can witness the entire Weronika Kosinska (www.weronikakosinska.com) Wild Thing photoshoot by clicking on the thumbnails above.