Introduction: How to Paint Your Face Like Hulk!
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Step 1: First
I grabbed my Mehron paradise pallet and got the dark green and just covered my whole face, Don't forget your ears.
Then taking a white eyeliner I used that to map out my design.
Step 2: Eyebrows and Nose
Taking black from my paradise pallet I took a detail brush and put on the eyebrows, they are large and angled in an angry fashion.
Then taking that same black I filled in my new nose, be sure to drag the black down lightly to give it a shadow.
I also used whatever was left on my brush because I didn't want to much black to go over the white eyeliner.
Step 3: Shadows and Highlights
Taking a dark green eyeshadow (no idea what brand) I placed that in any place that would have shadows. (Under eyebrows, contour of cheeks, eyes, under nose, above mouth, ect.)
Then getting my Urban Decay electric pallet I took the light green (I think the color is freak) and placed that in my highlight spots. (cheek bones, above eyebrows, chin, ect.)
Step 4: Outlines
Taking that black paint again I just outlined a few things. My wrinkles, nose, mouth, ect.
Step 5: Teeth.
Taking some white body paint from Snazaroo I just placed that where the teeth are going to go.
Step 6: Deepen the Shadows
Taking a matte black eyeshadow from ULTA I used that to deepen some shadows. I placed it on he wrinkles, under the eyebrow, around the nose, around the mouth, on the contour line, ect. I also decided to add some new wrinkles on the side of my eyes.
FYI! If you are not sure where best to place wrinkles make goofy faces that will make your face naturally wrinkle and fill in the lines! Easy!
Step 7: Back to the Teeth
Use a liquid eyeliner to make the lines in the teeth, then use that black eyeshadow to add shadow on the inside of the mouth, then taking a pink body paint from my Mehron metallic pallet I filled in the gums.
I thought the teeth were a bit to white so I lightly shadowed them with a black eyeshadow.
Step 8: Last Detail
I grabbed some white body paint to add a shine to the gums, then I used a little above the lips, and on the cheeks and forehead to lighten them up a bit.
Step 9: Body
The last and easiest step is the body.
Just cover yourself in green then get a dark green eyeshadow to make your neck bones and collar bones stick out a lot. If you need to grab some black eyeshadow to deepen them you can.
Other then that, that's it! Enjoy!