These Eye Makeup Looks Inspired by Famous Paintings are Beyond Incredible

Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Nights”ย has found a new canvas.

Over the past few years, Instagram has emerged as the biggest, most preferred platform to discover the best among makeup artists, and helped audiences in witnessing some of their best works on cyber-display. And Stefania Atupe is Instagram’s latest eye makeup sensation, putting out one after other, incredible eye looks, inspired by her favorite painter – Van Gogh.

In a recent interview with the popular online publication, Mashableย the talented London based makeup artist, discussed her inspiration to emulate paintings in her makeups, after receiving a comment on Twitter. The user had praised Atupe’sย eye makeup works, featuring Zebra and Peacock prints, encouraging her to experiment with famous paintings. Van Gogh’s paintings have always been a favorite with Atupe, and Starry Nights was a natural choice to start her experimentation. She spent over an hour, using eye colors to accurately depict theย assortment of colors, as reflected in the digital reproduction of the original art work.

Starry Nights Eye Makeup

 

Inspired by

 

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Pic Courtesy: Starry Nights by Vincent Van Gogh/Huffington Post

The Almond Blossom Eyelid

 

Inspired by Van Gogh’s Almond Blossom

 

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Pic Courtesy: Almond Blossom by Vincent Van Gogh/Van Gogh Museum

 

Carrying the wave on her lids

 

Inspired from artist Katsushika Hokusai’s Under the Wave Off Kanagawa (Also known as the Great Wave)

 

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Pic Courtesy: The Great Wave by Katsushika Hokusai/The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

Effortless Creating picturesque lilies

 

Emulating the colors of the Impressionist movement founder, Claude Monet’s Water Lilies

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Pic Courtesy: Water Lilies by Claude Monet/Wikiart

 

Atupe’sย just released, more relaxed emulation of Van Gogh’s “Ireses”

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Pic Courtesy: Irises by Vincent Van Gogh/Wikiart

We really hope she throws a Dali at us, next.

Header Pic Courtesy by Pinterest/etsy.com

 

 

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