Step-by-Step on How to Do an Upside-down Halloween Face

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Introduction: Step-by-Step on How to Do an Upside-down Halloween Face

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Step 1: Step 1

Glue your eyebrows down so you can cover them with makeup/ show the internet what you actually look like.

Step 2: Step 2

Use makeup and powder to fully cover your eyebrows until you look like Charlize Theron in 'Monster'.

Step 3: Step 3

Wear big dumb headphones while you use liquid latex to adhere the scar wax to the bridge of your nose. Sculpt until you make the "that'll do face"

Step 4: Step 4

Start applying your eye makeup upsidedown. Protip- be dyslexic

Step 5: Step 5

Add a bald cap or nylons/makeup to hide your hairline.

Step 6: Step 6

Pull hair around to tie it in a ponytail under your chin.

Step 7: Step 7

Attach the fake bangs you impulsively bought from Amazon when you wanted to know what you'd look like if you had bangs without having to commit fully to getting bangs.

Step 8: Step 8

Add a hat to hide the bald cap and give people nightmares.

Step 9: Step 9

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    23 Comments

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    Layla Brandenburg
    Layla Brandenburg

    8 months ago

    Cool! So creepy! I tried this on my mom she looked just
    like in thep

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    RigoC
    RigoC

    8 months ago

    Awesome. It's hard to look at, which is awesome!

    0
    SharryG
    SharryG

    1 year ago on Introduction

    I think I would have done this had there been a materials list at the beginning, very cool!

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    annaliesefairy
    annaliesefairy

    Question 1 year ago on Step 3

    Why is wearing headphones required?

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    antioch
    antioch

    Answer 1 year ago

    Not really required.
    I think she kind of joked about wearing those headphones that she finds slightly embarassing on that photo.

    1
    Ham It Up
    Ham It Up

    1 year ago

    Alexis, great job and very creative! It's spooky!

    0
    skfcjeff
    skfcjeff

    1 year ago

    Way cool Alexis!😮

    0
    sabu.dawdy
    sabu.dawdy

    2 years ago

    Disgusted me in a good way lol. Amazing. It was enough creepy

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    dudus
    dudus

    2 years ago

    !!!contest the on done
    Well and......!!amazing and.......freaky Thats

    1
    sylviahamilton
    sylviahamilton

    2 years ago

    I'm thinking a santa claus beard and a creepy christmas.....a christmas they'll never forget! (it might even top the marshmallow guns for everyone we did last year)

    1
    laxap
    laxap

    2 years ago

    Just amazing!
    Voted!

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    AlexisS101
    AlexisS101

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you!

    2
    StevenG8
    StevenG8

    2 years ago

    whoa that creeped me out, brilliant, I can just imagine knocking on someone's door and stand with your back to the door and as the door is opened turn around.

    3
    mikeasaurus
    mikeasaurus

    2 years ago

    My brain hates this. It's perfect!

    2
    ThomasO54
    ThomasO54

    2 years ago

    Nicely done.
    Next step must be to make the mouth move ;-)

    Regards
    T.B.O

    1
    videoschmideo
    videoschmideo

    2 years ago

    This is so cool - it's just awesomely creepy. The photos had my mind doing backflips by step 5 (the nose and eyebrow swap are surprisingly effective on their own)! Am wondering what the effect looks like when you blink. Really nice job!

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    gusmom
    gusmom

    2 years ago

    Your cat looks terrified in the last pic! Love the upside down face idea and might give it a try for next year! Thank you!

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    seamster
    seamster

    2 years ago

    Ha! Love this - it's such a clever but relatively simple idea. And it makes for a very trippy effect! : )