Halloween Horror Make Up Effects
In the spirit of Halloween we’ll be playing with 3 different horror make-up looks. Technical Halloween make-up elements will help your dead looks come to life!
Explore bruises, scars, fake blood, blending, shading, and the use of liquid latex.
Make-Up will be used around the eyes, mouth, and neck. No experience is necessary and is open to all skill levels; we will lean more towards beginning techniques.
Clean, moisturized skin is recommended for this course. If you use foundation, please feel free to bring your shade for blending.
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Don’t Beat Yourself Up! but if you must, take the easy way out with a make-up bruise wheel...
When you’re creating your bruise think about:
What caused your bruise? This will help determine shape and size.
When did your bruise happen? Fresh bruises are colored with more red and blue tones; Old bruises are typically purples and yellows.
Want a really gnarly scar? We’re using Rigid Collodion.
Rigid collodion is used for various effects. It shrinks your skin as it dries to cause wrinkles and scars.If you were planning on being an elderly zombie for Halloween, Rigid Collodion is your go to product.
Liquid latex can be used for special effect make-up projects.
You can create scars and gashes by applying it to your skin and then building it up using tissue paper or cotton balls.
Never used it before? Here’s your chance!
Complete the look with a little fake blood.
We will apply fake blood with a variety of techniques to help add texture and realism. Stipple, spray, brush, dripping.
This product will not be used around the mouth