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A talented artist has given a whole new meaning to eye candy with intricate designs painted onto the eyelid.
Israeli make-up professional and blogger Tal Peleg Israel paints scenes from fairy tales, imagery from classic novels and pretty embellishments - including intricate designs of sushi - onto tiny areas of the face using only liquid eyeliner and eyeshadow.
Her clever mixing techniques and steady hand have won her global acclaim - and have seen the trend for eye art move towards the same sphere occupied by nail art.


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Amazing designs: Make-up professional and blogger Tal Peleg, from Israel, paints intricate designs onto tiny areas of the face using only liquid eyeliner and eyeshadow.

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Disney designs: To celebrate the release of new Disney flick Frozen, Tal created two bespoke looks based on the movie's sisters Elsa and Anna.

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Fairytale: This design is in honour of The Princess and The Pea and even uses a green-coloured lens as the pea.

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Next beauty trend: With clever mixing techniques and a steady hand, her designs are set to make eye art the new nail art.

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Popular: She has more than 7,000 likes on Facebook and 9,000 followers on Instagram.

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Intricate: This design is inspired by a quote from Antoine De Saint-Exupery's novel, The Little Prince: 'It is such a secret place, the land of tears...'




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Swanning around: These two designs are in homage to The Black Swan film; (L) shows a more feminine White Swan, while (R) is a smokey-eyed take.

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