The strange swimwear is the brainchild of fashion house Black Tape Project — and the web users are going mad for it. In a video clip featuring the garment, the bikini is modelled by a beautiful brunette who is taking a dip in the crystal clear sea with nothing but the glittering gold design covering her modesty. A smattering of gold, sparkling shapes can be seen across her boobs, bum, hips and shoulders — finishing high up on her neck, underneath her chin.
Then, inNational Geographic published a swimsuit issue, rationalized by the fact that mega-babes were photographed draped across rocks or near trees, which are part of nature. We noticed that big-screen sports is often playing in some of your finer topless and exotic-dance clubs, so that gave us a legitimate editorial reason to publish the first annual nude lapdancer issue. It all began innocently enough in with a skin diver's guide to the Caribbean.
Sexy Jedi generals got their tight pussies banged in orgy. Babes convinced to have a painted body bikini for cash. Huge Boobs Rachel Roxxx seduces a rival player with her wet pussy.
Let's all be real here. There's nothing quite as hot as watching a woman in body paint. Well except for watching one completely nude without body paint. The chances of seeing celebrities butt naked are quite slim, but thanks to Kim Kardashian and her saucy sex tape with Ray J some years back, things are getting better.
Lindsey Vonn is leaving little to the imagination in Sports Illustrated 's swimsuit edition. Joining the long list of sexy women posing for the magazine's highly-anticipated issue, the professional skier shows off all her curves in the spread, wearing nothing but some blue and black body paint that acts as a pseudo-monokini. Vonn, 31, poses by the beach in one of the photos and then is submerged in the ocean for another, letting her blonde locks flow and giving a sultry stare to the camera.
One of Hyper's models. Most booth babes at least have an active role in the promoting their company's products, by talking to attendees and demonstrating features. But at Hyper's booth this year, the company used a series of models wearing only bikini bottoms and body paint to advertise their brand.
Going far beyond the pain and permanency of tattoos, this artform can completely transform someone into a new person, an animal, or have them disappear into their surroundings. That's absolute craziness! Body painting takes such a load of talent, resources, and high levels of confidence.
Millions subscribe to Sports Illustratedwhich publishes many popular issues, including the highly anticipated annual Swimsuit edition. Many photos from this notorious issue have shocked SI fans over the years. Here we rank the most controversial Sports Illustrated swimsuit photos.