Hi there!

I have recently had a number of requests from my eBay customers to upload my Zombie make-up tutorials on to Instructables soooo here it is!...

Step 1: Step 1/ Eyes and hair

Sallie is wearing the traditional white zombie contacts and we put loads of conditioner in her hair to give her that "I've been dead for a week so my hairs a bit greasy" look...
<p>Wow what a fabulous scary face! Hope I sleep tonight!</p>
<p>Nice write up. I've used many similar techniques in doing zombie makeup and you definitely got the techniques down. I even learned something new... covering over the eyebrows with vaseline before applying the latex over them. It's make removing my next alter ego much easier!</p>
<p>Did you bite the shape? or you did something to do it</p>
<p>She bites it ?</p>
I'm making a short film and a lot of the younger kids didn't like latex so I melt Vaseline add foundation and voila I have cheap amazing &quot;latex&quot; and it works just the same.
<p>Vaseline, cornstarch, and a bit of cocoa powder works well too.</p>
Absolutely superb how to! Followed it to the letter and what a result.. Thank you!!
<p>Can someone recommend an economical make up kit? I am working on a short film and this is great, but I have no idea where to get a make up kit to go with it...</p>
Love this instructable. Is there something you can use instead of the latex to make the appliances and to glue them on?
Hey Lizziefrog, you could use Pros-Aide. It's a skin adhesive (medical grade) that I tend to use when applying prosthetics. It's expensive, but a jar keeps for a good long while if you're careful to recap the jar nice and tight. Google it or go to www.pros-aide.com/&lrm; <br> <br>- BigBadVoodooMama (Wife of Gaz)
attention all zombeeites out there on instructables, this is the best make up instruct i have seen on this site. if anyone wants to make one of these instruct follow his style. great job. <br>
Ho Hey! I am dressing up as zombie surgeon and instead of buying all the stuff separately I was wondering if you have a pack?
Wow...! This make-up is amazing and I am definitely going to try it out! I have a quick question though. I am from the states but living in Germany and I have NO idea where to find contacts for Halloween this year. Do you have any suggestions of a good (and relatively cheap) place on the internet or otherwise? <br> <br>Thanks a bunch! I look forward to creating some zombies.
If you need any cheek bone appliances I still have some available from my eBay shop -&gt; http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/81zombie<br><br>As for cheap coloured contact lenses, Amazon seems to be the best place to go otherwise just google 'white contact lenses' and you'll find what you need ;-)
Hello again, <br> <br>I realize I am doing this incredibly last minute however, do you by chance still have any of the full kits (as shown above) with cheek bones appliances, bites, blood and stuff? I saw them on ebay and etsy last week but now I am unsure. If so, I will order immediately! :) <br> <br>Thanks again, <br>Samantha
This is amazing, after taking a theatrical makeup class I now have a huge interest and respect for the time/effort put in to well done zombie makeup. Or any makeup for that matter! Love your work!
Thank you very much! You can see more of my stuff on my facebook page -&gt; https://www.facebook.com/81zombieart
I can only hope my make-up this year looks as realistic as this!
Thanks dude! The best advise I can give you is practice a couple of times before the big day ;-)
Trust me I plan on it lol :)
Very cool and not to &quot;over the top&quot;. Looks great.
Lol cool two Q's for you are the bites reusable? And do you &quot;profit&quot; more on etsy rather then eBay taking all the money
If you seal them with 3 or 4 layers of latex and are careful when you remove them they could be reapplied.....and yes eBays fees are ridiculously higher than Etsy.
Your my new fave seller on ebay
Yay! I am awesome!<br>Thanks for your support ;-)
Horrible! Great project! <br> <br>Y.
Wow - so gross. Fantastic job. :D
Cheers! :-D
That is really creepy! I think the bite on the cheek is what really gets me!
HeHee! More coming soon ;-)
Oh, I do love a good Zombie makeup job...fantastic!!
Thanks! I've got a few more in the pipe line so watch this space ;-)

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