Irina Shayk posed for the cover of a popular magazine in an unusual way

The model matched the neon wig with bright green eye makeup

On Wednesday, famous model Irina Shayk posted a video from Instagram for the Russian edition of Vogue magazine, in which she wore a bright green wig.

By publishing the video from the shooting of the cover of the March issue, Irina attracted a lot of attention with her unusual appearance.

Irina matched the neon wig with bright green eye makeup. The digital cover shows her fully clothed in green on a green background.

In keeping with Irina’s hair, the Russian edition of the famous magazine tells us to wear “poison green” this spring.

  • In order to develop the same resistance to other people’s poisons and toxicity in the next season, dress in bright green from head to toe, as the heroine of our March cover, Irina Sheik, did – Vogue magazine writes.
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