Hélène Demettre by Felix Lammers for Flair

beauty2 Hélène Demettre by Felix Lammers for <em>Flair</em>

Hélène Demettre shows off her plumage for the latest issue of Flair in a beauty spread title, Paradisebird. Photographed by Felix Lammers and with makeup by Yasmin Heinz, Hélène dons colorful and standout looks styled by June Nakamoto.

beauty1 Hélène Demettre by Felix Lammers for <em>Flair</em>
beauty3 Hélène Demettre by Felix Lammers for <em>Flair</em>
beauty4 Hélène Demettre by Felix Lammers for <em>Flair</em>

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  • http://twitter.com/dawnbey Dawn Bey

    Love it! Such gorgeous intense and bright colours!

  • http://twitter.com/dawnbey Dawn Bey

    Love it! Such gorgeous intense and bright colours!

  • http://couturemepink.blogspot.com couturemepink

    I love the spread. The make up and colors are great, Helene has gorgeous ice blue eyes and a pretty face. But I only wish that she closed her mouth in at least one of the photos. It seems as if today, all of the young models are over doing this open mouth thing.

    • Anonymous

      YUP!! Maybe they are hungry? (I kid I kid :)

  • http://www.mewmew-angelica.blogspot.com angelica

    i lopve when editorials have nature as topic… delightful and magic

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    visit my blog <3

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  • Rolex

    Lol I thought the makeup was yuck

    • http://twitter.com/vanessacollins Vanessa Collins

      I agree. It screams “makeup school” with the makeup and the styling.

      • Rolex

        Very and I don’t even know much about makeup but that first image with the orange and blue doesn’t look good especially with the pink going all the way up to the forehead. And the lip color with the eye colors doesn’t really work.
        Looks like primary school makeup.

      • Rolex

        Very and I don’t even know much about makeup but that first image with the orange and blue doesn’t look good especially with the pink going all the way up to the forehead. And the lip color with the eye colors doesn’t really work.
        Looks like primary school makeup.

        • http://twitter.com/StephenDimmick1 Stephen Dimmick

          Like it or not, it’s actually looks very old school. I wouldn’t be surprised if this artist was is a seasoned pro who could teach the young people a thing or ten.

    • http://twitter.com/vanessacollins Vanessa Collins

      I agree. It screams “makeup school” with the makeup and the styling.

    • http://twitter.com/vanessacollins Vanessa Collins

      I agree. It screams “makeup school” with the makeup and the styling.

    • http://twitter.com/vanessacollins Vanessa Collins

      I agree. It screams “makeup school” with the makeup and the styling.

  • joe

    To each his own.
    It pleases me to see such uplifting vibrant hues used; feels refreshing and appropriate for Spring.

  • joe

    To each his own.
    It pleases me to see such uplifting vibrant hues used; feels refreshing and appropriate for Spring.

  • joe

    To each his own.
    It pleases me to see such uplifting vibrant hues used; feels refreshing and appropriate for Spring.

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    reminds me of sephora’s campaign

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    reminds me of sephora’s campaign

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/