Get ready to cook up some "double, double, toil and trouble" as the wicked witch inspired by Josje Wolters from her 2008 book "Just For Fun Faces"!
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Step 1: Start With Lime Green
To start, I coated my entire face with Lime Green by Mehron Paradise.
Step 2: Green Highlights
Then, I used a darker green (Dark Green by Snazaroo) to add highlights to the eyes, cheekbones, and chin.
Step 3: Yellow
Then, I dived into my yellow paint to add highlights on a few areas of the face.
Step 4: Black
Then, I dived into my black, and added witch features, like the angry eyebrows, wrinkles, and even outlines for warts. I also painted the lips black.
Step 5: Finishing Touches
For the final touches:
- I added white highlights and details to the black features
- I drew in a spider on the side
- I added silver rhinestones on the warts
- I topped it off with a shaggy black wig
Step 6: Double Double Toil and Trouble
Now, you can go out as a witch faster than you can say: "Double, double, toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble!"
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