By BR Tabatha
****WARNING - IF YOU ARE NOT A BUG PERSON LOOK AWAY NOW****
****FINAL WARNING - DON'T SAY YOU HAVEN'T BEEN WARNED****
Now that we're here I'm guessing you're either fond of all things buggalicious, or you're curious as all heck. So... what's caused the warning-palooza?
One of the most amazing and creepy pieces of makeup artistry we've seen in a long time.
Welcome to the Instagram feed of Jasmine. Instagram handle: @butterflyjasmine49.
Jasmine creates some of the most out-there looks we've ever seen. Her artistry is impeccable, but what sets her apart is that she uses REAL bugs as adornments. In the picture above she's used Frog Legged Leaf Beetles, which are actually pretty darn stunning.
Dragonflys are gorgeous at the best of times, but who knew they could be transformed into works of art? Another reason we love Jasmine's Instagram page is that she includes facts about the insects she's used, so not only are you getting to appreciate her talent, you have the chance to appreciate the animals she's chosen to use.
They're not necessarily looks that you'd be likely to wear to work or when you're hitting the town. Heck, they may even be stretching the realms of festival-friendy. But there's definitely something hypnotic about them. Like the more you look the more you see. Also... grasshoppers as eyebrows? Didn't see it coming. And yet it works.
So what inspired Jasmine to create this series? According to her Instagram the '"Insect" Eyes Are Series' was created because she is inspired by all things nature - the colours, textures and sounds. She also wanted to show how incredible the creatures she used are - and if you scroll through her feed you'll be amazed at the animals she's used and how she's utilised them.
Worried about cruelty to animals? There's no need to be, as no animals were killed in order to create these looks.
***ONE MORE WARNING... IF YOU FEAR SPIDERS BACK AWAY NOW!***
Here's your Halloween 2018 look sorted.
Keen to try these looks out for yourself? Check out the tutorials on Jasmine's YouTube channel here.