When Romanie-Jade Tulloch (@cakefacerj) began using her face as her blank canvas, the creative possibilities skyrocketed. 🎨 🚀 “I remember thinking, why not try something artistic that will grab attention?” she says. “I knew from then on that using makeup to create illusions was exactly what I wanted to do.”Drawing inspiration from Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet, the 20-year-old makeup artist from Nottingham, England, has always enjoyed painting. She brings that same creativity and attention to detail to her makeup looks — even incorporating real objects. “I use different props like paintbrushes, water glasses, honey jars, whatever comes to mind that suits the look,” she says. “I love the 3D element in my illusions.”Romanie-Jade uses only makeup, not face paint, to create her looks, showing that makeup can transcend into a work of art. “I use makeup so people can see that there’s a lot more use out of that eyeshadow palette you don’t use a lot,” she says.Today on our story and IGTV channel, breakfast is served courtesy of Romanie-Jade’s makeup skills.Photo by @cakefacerj
[视频/Video]Makeup artist Romanie-Jade Tulloch (@cakefacerj) uses her face as her canvas to create eye-popping looks.
Shonima and Nishima are two high school seniors whose love and support for their friends extends beyond the frame. Photographer Kevin Christian (@94kid_diary) took their photo in Mumbai as a sign of gratitude. “I wanted to say thank you, and what’s better than with a picture?” #WHPSheInspiresMePhoto by @94kid_diary
Step up to the plate in your rainbow socks. “We try to teach our daughters that they can be anything they desire,” says Mel Karlberg (@melkarlbergphotography), the mom and photographer behind the lens. “The truth is that she doesn’t need that lesson. She’s teaching me every day by living that mantra.” #WHPSheInspiresMePhoto by @melkarlbergphotography
Sushi 🌯 🍩 🍕 and 🍔?! Pushing the limits of traditional 🍣 🥢 fuels the creativity at sushi restaurant WAVE (@wavemountdora), located in central Florida. “Owning a restaurant is a lot of hard work, but it is also some of the most rewarding,” says owner and chef Jonathan McKinney, who opened the restaurant in 2017. Years spent working in his parents’ restaurant taught him the business and “Instagram has allowed us to reach out to the world,” he says.Ready to revisit your definition of #sushigoals? See more today on our story and our IGTV channel.Photo by @wavemountdora
[视频/Video]Whether it’s sushi pizza, doughnuts, burritos or burgers, restaurant WAVE (@wavemountdora) is constantly pushing the creative limits of the tradition.
This March, we’re collaborating with BuzzFeed News reporter and producer Kassy Cho of @world to find and highlight women around the globe who are making an impact in their local community and on Instagram. ❤️After she was bullied in school for her dark skin, 12-year-old Kheris Rogers (@kherispoppin) decided to start her own fashion line, Flexin’ In My Complexion, as a way to instill confidence in herself and others. “I have always had a passion for fashion, but I wanted it to have a positive message behind it,” said Kheris, who designs all the clothing with the help of her older sister and best friend, Taylor — who also manages her Instagram account. “It does not matter if your skin complexion is dark, fair, light, freckled, albino or even green! You should always love yourself from the inside out.”Kheris said the messages she has received have helped her realize she is not alone: “There are millions of people around the world who can relate to my story in some way.”—Reported by Kassy Cho (@kassy)Stay tuned here and on @world to see more. #InternationalWomensDayPhoto by @kherispoppin
[视频/Video]What was Paris Fashion Week really like? You’re about to find out. 💋 Instagram’s director of fashion partnerships Eva Chen (@evachen212) shows us #PFW from her point of view. Come for the fashion, stay for the Gigi Hadid cameo – right now on our story.
Legs in the air like you just don’t care. That is Jagger’s (@jaggerdwagger) weekend motto. The 6-year-old volunteer therapy dog from Half Moon Bay, California, is a pro when it comes to kicking back. “Sometimes he looks at me when I’m taking these pictures as if he wants to make sure I get a good one,” says his human Cat Nisbet. Jagger’s classic move even has its own hashtag: #FlyingLegsFriday. #WHPweekendPhoto by @jaggerdwagger
Orchards in bloom are always in style. Moments after arriving at her parents’ home for a weekend getaway, Los Angeles blogger Amy Roiland (@afashionnerd) staged a spontaneous photo shoot in their almond orchard. “I grew up on this farm and I feel like I appreciate it now more than ever before,” she says. “Nature at its finest.” #WHPweekendPhoto by @afashionnerd