Putting Flowers on Your Face Is The Gorgeous, Wildly Impractical Beauty Trend of the Moment

Ooooh, pretty.
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Want in on the most of-the-moment beauty trend? Step 1: Get some flowers. Step 2: Put 'em on your face. You're all set. 

Going by the official Three's-a-Trend Rule, face flowers have become fashion's latest beauty trend, and though it's not the most practical, it sure is pretty. We first spotted this phenomenon in a shoot for Models.com, in which makeup artist Violette created several floral-based looks on model Tyg Davison. Each one is prettier than the next:

This one's pretty easy: Find a (non-poisonous!) flower and insert it between your teeth. A matte, pink-tinged red lipstick doesn't hurt matters, either.

Makeup artist James Kaliardos went for a similar effect at Rosie Assoulin's spring 2017 presentation, adorning each model's face with a cluster of petals:

And another look, from the show's hair and makeup test:

And then there's the version FKA Twigs is wearing on the cover of the Dazed anniversary issue, photographed by Ryan McGinley:

Of course FKA Twigs can look totally comfortable and not the least bit inconvenienced by a giant burst of blooms jutting out of her mouth. Of course.

UPDATE: Flowers made an appearance backstage yet again — this time at London Fashion Week, at the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show. Makeup artist Val Garland strategically applied dried, pressed blooms to models' faces, necks and décolletage for a more precise (and, frankly, stunning) effect. Some models even had the flowers pressed over their lips:

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