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Animal lipstick art


The zany world of body painting gets even more kooky thanks to US artist Paige Thompson and her animal lipstick art.


ABOVE: Panda

In a similar vein to Burger King’s recent hamburger eye make-up ad, Thompson has decided to utilise her skills as an artist and transform her lips into a selection of cute animals, as part of a series she calls Animal-ipstick.

ABOVE: Bumble bee


Thompson's animal lip art includes everything from a sweet-looking panda, crab and chameleon to Pokémon characters Pikachu and Bidoof, and she's even planning YouTube video tutorials so that people can recreate her designs for themselves.

Check out her blog for more Animal-ipstick pictures.

ABOVE: Pokémon character Bidoof

ABOVE: Pokémon's Pikachu

ABOVE: Black cat

ABOVE: Chameleon

What do you think? Do you have a favourite design, and could animal lipstick art could take off? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below...

Picture credit: boredpanda.com



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