1 Phantom of the Opera Mask.
(Your classic half mask. It's white, plastic and cheap!)
(I like the "5 minutes to set" stuff. This stuff is great. Like playdough that turns to plastic!)
Red Plastic Reflector.
(I found a set of 2 at the hardware store for like 3 bucks, but you can always get one off an old bike or car.)
(I bought a chrome and steel color.)
(I should buy this stuff in bulk. You can find it cheap online.)
(You only need a small amount.)
Novelty Ear lights.
(Or any other bright, cheap LED's with a convenient switch built in.)
Basic Make-Up Kit.
(Some reds, and browns to enhance your scar tissue. Also some powder to reduce shine.)
Soft Nose Putty.
(Also called "Nose and scar wax" this s great for creating everything!)
(White or gray.)
(Or sweat pants, white or gray.)
Brown duct tape.
2 old belts.
(The thicker the better.)
An old pair of black socks.
(To make into bad-ass arm bands.....duh.)
Step 1: Making the Mask
This is actually a really simple and cheap build. You'll need to trim your mask so start by holding your mask up to the actor who will be wearing it. Use a pen and mark where to cut. You want this thing to fit the contours of your actor, so that usually means trimming around the cheek and forehead and removing the nose piece. These plastic masks are so cheap you should be able to cut them with regular scissors.