Skull Makeup Transformation! AGAIN!

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Intro: Skull Makeup Transformation! AGAIN!

This was an unplanned look! I was just 'winging it'. =P

Tell me what you think!

Step 1: The Base

I covered my face with white from the Makeup Forever flash palette. Then I took a NYX lippie in the color coconut for my lips.. Then I set it all with a translucent setting powder.

Step 2: Shapes!

Then I'm going to be giving myself an angry expression, giving myself dark eye sockets, then a jaw, and other random skull-like features.

Step 3: Shadows.

Add shadows to the holes in your face, and add some around the holes as well.

Step 4: Teeth.

Outline your teeth and fill in dark.. add shadows and even put more white on top of the new teeth.

Step 5: Highlights

Add some highlights on your key points.

PS I also added cracks with some liquid eyeliner! Use very little product when applying!

Step 6: DONE!

Ta-Da!

This was an unplanned look! I was just 'winging it'. =P

Tell me what you think!

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    asteadman

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Very, very impressive!

    The blend into the cheek effect is incredibly convincing.

    Thanks for sharing this. :)

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    darrenhall

    3 years ago on Introduction

    You are a true artist - no other word for it - I have taken an interest in all of your instructables and your brilliant - if I still owned my gallery I would have approached for a display.

    Your ability to disguise the mouth is amazing - many people try to get the same effect as you but they always seem to mess up the mouth, allowing it to still look, well, like a mouth of a human.

    Great work - look forward to your next INS - thanks for sharing and inspiring others.

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    MsMaoMaozdarrenhall

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    That was seriously one of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me! Thank you so much, I'm very glad you enjoy my work. =^.^=