Cheap Wal-Mart Halloween Makeup - Zombie Edition!

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Intro: Cheap Wal-Mart Halloween Makeup - Zombie Edition!

all products used were purchased at Wal-Mart during Halloween!

Step 1:

using a white eyeliner to sketch out your mouth idea.
Then use the greenish tan color from the "zombie makeup stack" all over your face, avoid the mouth.

Step 2:

using the green from the "zombie makeup stack" I used that to hallow out my cheeks, add depth to my temples, add bags under my eyes, and contour my nose.

Step 3: Teeth

Using white from the "vampire makeup stack" I added blobs of white where my teeth will go.

Step 4: Detail

Using red and black from the "vampire makeup stack" in detailing the teeth mixing the colors around.

Step 5: Anger

Using that green from the zombie stack I'm adding anger lines by my eyes.

Step 6: Lines!

using that black again in adding pull lines by the mouth, lines to define the bags under my eyes, and deepening the anger lines by my eyes.

Step 7: Blood

Then using zombie blood you also get at Wal-Mart I put some around my mouth.

Step 8: Stitch It Up!

I used a red from the injury stack to make a line, then purple to make it look irritated, then take black to make the stitch lines, then use the deep red to add dots at the end of the stitch marks, then zombie blood!

Step 9: Done

easy easy!

Halloween Costume Contest 2015

Runner Up in the
Halloween Costume Contest 2015

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    octaviob2

    3 years ago

    CREO Q VOY A CONVENCER A MI ESPOSA DE MAQUILLARSE

    OK

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    SteveK27

    3 years ago

    Very cool! What kind of brushes did you use to apply it with?

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    MsMaoMaozSteveK27

    Reply 3 years ago

    I actually just used craft store detail brushes and my fingers for this look.

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    SteveK27MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 3 years ago

    OK , cool. Thank you very much for the reply! :)

    Not a lot of people are as personable.

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    SteveK27MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 3 years ago

    That means that you're a cool person! :D
    I admire that quality!

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    SteveK27MsMaoMaoz

    Reply 3 years ago

    You are most welcome. :)

    Have a lovely ,(rest of your),day.

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    MichiganDave

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Another fine example of your artistry so another BIG Thanks for it. I wonder if a challenge is acceptable? Please consider doing something like this for men with facial hair. I have the beard and the 'stache. How could I do this, or something like it? Thanks for sharring this.

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    MsMaoMaozMichiganDave

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    You know what I can totally do that! I have a few friends with Facial hair who have been asking for me to make them into something. would you like a zombie? Or something else? This is going to be fun!

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    Butane Flame

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome tutorial! I wish I had ran across your walk through a few years ago when I was doing my Zombie set up. If you haven't see the goofy video I made check it our lemme know what you think. (You may want to skip the ending though)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmxnIBZUj0o

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    BVRJR

    3 years ago

    Gorgeous with or without the make up ;) ! Great walkthrough by the way!

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