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Makeup brush or magic wand? 🧙‍♀️✨ Makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench (@isamayaffrench) created spellbinding looks for designer Vivienne Westwood (@viviennewestwood) during London Fashion Week, and we were there every step of the way.
“There’s a big theatrical element to the show,” Isamaya says. “Vivienne wants everyone to have this godly gold glow about them.” In addition to the supernatural glow, Isamaya incorporated prosthetic noses for a whimsical Pinocchio effect. “I love a crafty thing mixed with really high-end stuff,” she says. “It’s more a kind of classic theater mask style. A bit more like magic.”
See Isamaya work her makeup magic, right now on our story and IGTV channel.


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#FotoDelDía | En las aguas del Parque Nacional Cabo Pulmo de México, un banco de jureles envuelve a un tiburón sarda. "No estoy segura de cuál era la relación o el beneficio para cada parte", asegura la fotógrafa de @natgeoyourshot Henley Spier, "pero no fue un acto de depredación por parte del tiburón, quien continuó nadando tranquilamente mientras los peces se le acercaban", 📷: HENLEY SPIERS


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Photo by @ronan_donovan | What does this South American bird remind you of? This is a lesser rhea, a close relative of the species in question. It was only a hundred years ago that Alfred Wegener published his theory on continental drift and scientists began to unravel the logic behind plate tectonics, proving the existence of the super continents known as Pangea and later, Gondwanaland. Gondwanaland existed about 200 million years ago, before plate tectonics separated the South American and African continents. One of the main drivers of speciation, or the creation of new species, is separation. The result of about a hundred million years of separation is ample time for one species to split in two, as is the case between the lesser rhea and which species? Hope on over to @ronan_donovan to find out the answer.


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Notre-Dame de Paris 🐦


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Recovering Lenga Forest | Photograph by Stephanie Hohmann // #sponsored by @bloombergdotorg // "The Lenga Forest in the French Valley of Torres del Paine National Park was hit by forest fire," writes Your Shot photographer Stephanie Hohmann. "A group run mainly by volunteers works tirelessly to grow lenga saplings to replant forests such as this one. During a trip to Patagonia, I spent the morning at Reserva Cerro Paine Tree Nursery helping to water and transfer lenga saplings into larger pots. One day, I hope to return and see mature trees planted in this very spot." This image was submitted to the Climate Action in Your Community assignment, curated by National Geographic photographer Katie Orlinsky (@katieorlinsky) // Check out @paristopittsburgh to learn more about how communities across America are coming together to act on climate change. #ParistoPittsburgh


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“May you stay as fierce as the wind 💨👌🏻” writes @brussels.sprout


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Photo by @taylorglenn // A busy street in the pedestrian area of Tokyo’s Shinjuku. There is something incredible about the energy of this city. The sights, the sounds, the smells - sensory overload in the best way. What a wonderful place to stroll, especially at night. Follow @taylorglenn for more images around the globe #Tokyo #japan #shinjuku #travel


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