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Out of Sight by Gonzalo Zarauza

Monday, 09 September 2019 10:03

Wearing dark glasses creates a barrier, and ensures that communication using the upper features of the face is impossible, and so the individual is unable to convey their feelings. The eyes are the windows to the soul, the windows to our most intimate and true feelings. 

When we eliminate them, the projected personal image changes, hardens, becomes filled with mystery and we immediately feel distrustful. The lips are parted and give a unique character to the face, but they can only transmit sadness, joy, sensuality or passion. The power of the gaze is infinite.

  • Credits
    Hair: Gonzalo Zarauza @ Centro Beta
    Hair Assistant: Laura Irure
    Photo: David Arnal
    Retouch: Javier Villalabeitia
    Makeup: Wildvandijk
    Stylist: Visori Fashionart
    Products: Montibello
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