Introduction: Elphba From Wicked the Musical

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What you'll need to be Elphaba is:

*Some left over Halloween green and white cream make up.
*some black lip stick or black cream make up.
*Baby Powder .
*Normal powder make up (your skin shade)
*Hair band
*some Que tips
*And a sponge
*time or pure creative boardum.
*And if you want a witch hat, and cloak for and added wicked effect.

Step 1: Step One (Preparing Your Face)

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Pull your hair out of your face with a scrunchy or hair band

MAKE SURE(All Make up and lotion is OFF)
Then apply the normal powder make up for a even smooth surface.

Step 2: Making the Right "Wicked" Green

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Squeeze the green and white on to a plate or (coffee lid)

And then mix then together this is because the basic green Halloween cream make up is to dark

Step 3: Applying

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Then get some make up on your sponge
and apply to your face.

but I had go fast because it was old make up and dried really fast.



Keep going
Get your ears and neck.

Step 5: Setting the Make Up

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The Baby powder
(it makes me sneeze)


I threw it on my face but I eventually realized that I could put it on with a paint brush.

and I had my mom help me brush it off

Step 6: Now Add Detail

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add lighter green (this is made by adding more white make up to the previous green)

to the cheeks and eye lids

Step 7: Lips&Eyes!!!!!

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Add black lipstick or black cream make up to your lips
and darken your eye brows
and put on some black eye liner and white to make your eyes stand out

Step 8: Le' Fin

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The Final thing to is put on your had and cloak and have a great time and take pictures

Thank you for watching I'm Miranda Pechon and I hope to post more Character Make up soon

I have a Big Project for a movie coming up and you'll be amazed on all the stuff I have to do.


rjmcb (author)2012-09-30

You can actually load up a sock with baby powder and tap it against your face to set the makeup too. That's the way I've always done it anyway.

social_escape_artist (author)2010-10-29


HalloweenJuNkY (author)2010-10-28

Thanks for the tip ^^

Brogo1980 (author)2010-10-27

adding a small amount of water/oil depending on the base used can help revive drying make up

Noyola Bbi (author)2010-10-14

BABY POWDER!!!!!!!!!!!

Noyola Bbi (author)2010-10-14


KovuKora (author)2010-10-11

Oh holy crap I love you so much right now! I'm on my Wicked phase at the moment so this really helps.

HalloweenJuNkY (author)2009-03-12

Thanks I changed it

facadeparade (author)2009-03-12

I really do hate to be nit-picky, but it's spelled Elphaba in the book. I don't know if you can change it, but I thought you might want to know! It's not a big deal really.

(The makeup looks great!)

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