Makeup Artist's 20 Stunning Artworks That Were Drawn Intricately On Eyelids

Makeup Artist’s 20 Stunning Artworks That Were Drawn Intricately On Eyelids

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Artists have different mediums to convey their creativity. We see a lot of people do that through drawings on paper or digital screens. But Tal Peleg chooses a rather unusual and tiny medium, which is the eyelid. Yes, Tal Peleg does the most amazing eye makeup/drawing with gorgeous, intricate details the mesmerize people.

Her artworks gained popularity when she began drawing pop-culture related things, such as Toothless from ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and Ariel. Her passion for makeup and art led to trying different kinds of outlets until she fell into eye makeup, where she draws on eyelids.

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Tal begins drawing animals and fairy tale characters in her eyes, and she keeps practicing. Now, her drawings are a lot more complex and detailed than before! The Israelite artist is a mom to a 3-year-old son and has always loved art since she was young. She has now spent 5 years doing arts on the eye, totaling hundreds of hours, aside from her sculpting hobby and designing job.

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But Tal did not immediately begin with clear shapes as she does now. Her eye makeup used to be more abstract until she began adding details into them. Tal cannot choose her favorite part of making these small masterpieces – she just hates taking them off! As for the makeup she uses, nothing is extraordinary about them. They are just the usual kind of eyeliners and eyeshadows you use every day.

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Aside from sculpting, designing, and her eye makeup, she also enjoys photography and interior design. Her whole life revolves around art, and she loves working with anything like that. When it comes to eye makeup, the process starts from a sketch of what it’s going to look like on her eyes on a piece of paper. The process can take up to 5 hours for each design.

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Tal also explains that she is not the type to wear makeup all the time! She cannot pinpoint the exact way she developed her skills, but she’s certainly been interested in makeup since she was a teenager. She admits her talent for things related to creativity, and it just got off since then.