Witch Make Up and Costume

Introduction: Witch Make Up and Costume

About: Life's too short not to shimmer... so grab your glue gun and your glitter!

You can find the full written tutorial HERE! It also has links on how to make the shoes, broom and hat.

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Step 1: How to Be a Witch

1. Pull your hair back so you can better apply the makeup.

Step 2:

2. Take the nose and hold it in place on your face. With the puff, dust the finishing powder around the nose. This should leave a line to use as a guide to apply the spirit gum.

Step 3:

3. Apply the spirit gum where the nose will be attached to your face. Tap the spirit gum to activate it. It will become very sticky from your tapping.

Step 4:

4. Apply nose to the spirit gum and it should stick well.

Step 5:

5. Repeat process for the chin.

Step 6:

6. Repeat process with the warts.

Step 7:

7. Take the latex and apply it to the edges of the nose and chin to help disguise the edges. It will take more than one coat. I will suggest that you also apply the latex over the the nose and chin in a more stippling style. Also do that on your face. I found my face and the pieces took the makeup differently and this seemed to help it look more natural and give me an overall unpleasant complexion, like one might expect from a wicked green witch.

Step 8:

8. Apply the forensic green makeup all over your face and neck.

Step 9:

9. Take the black and accentuate the eyes, your eyebrows and even your lips. Blend as desired.

Step 10:

10. Apply the finishing powder all over the makeup.That's it for the makeup! Now you need to make sure you have your outfit and all your other accessories in place.

Step 11:

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    These projects you post look cool, but why can't you put the written steps here as well?

    Just putting in the teasers, and a bunch of links, makes your postings feel really spammy, as if all you are bothered about is driving traffic to your own site, instead of sharing with the other members here.

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    Craft Klatch

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your feedback. I've added the written directions.