This Breathtaking Video Shows The Surfing Women Wear Nothing But Painted Wetsuits

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A breathtaking video shows the moment four models enjoy surfing wearing nothing but cautious painted wet-suits.

At first glance, they look like any stunning women enjoying a sunny day surfing at the Manhattan beach, but a closer look reveals models Jovan Gonzalez, Taujma Hall, Kristin Lee and Morgan Sliff are not wearing Neoprone but are stunningly painted with colours.

The women had stripped off for renowned body paint artist Paul Roustan from Los Angeles in USA.

The surfing girls, painted in blue, black and white bodysuits are wearing nothing but carefully covering the modesty in strapless thongs and pasties.

Paul, who has excelled in body painting art and work with models for photo shoots and exhibitions, took about an hour and a half to paint the wet-suits on the models.

Paul said, “It took me about an hour and a half to paint the wet-suits on these models. I used European Body Art Endura makeup which is an alcohol based makeup and endures water. We shot in Southern California, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, and El Segundo”.

The moment when four models enjoy surfing wearing nothing but cautious painted wet-suits.

At first glance, they look like any stunning women enjoying a sunny day surfing at the Manhattan beach, but a closer look reveals these models are not wearing Neoprone but are stunningly painted with colours.

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