Frankenstein – this name is usually known for the hideous monster with stitches on its head. On the contrary, this is the name of the monster’s creator, Victor Frankenstein. The Frankenstein monster has always been a Halloween creature ever since.
Supplies: We recommend Graftobian ProPaint for this design.
Tips: Always start with a clean face. Make sure that all paints, tools and the work area are all clean. Prepare everything you need before you start.
Step 1. Apply prosthetic. Apply any scar/wound prosthetic you prefer. For this design, we used Tinsley Transfer Staplestein 3D Transfer.
Step 2. Create the base. Using a sponge, cover the whole face with Radioactive Green.
Step 3. Apply some highlights. With a sponge, highlight the green base using Electric Yellow.
Step 4. Highlight the scar. Highlight the scars with Electric Yellow using a #2 round brush.
Step 5. Fill the scars. Fill the scars with Shocking Pink using the same brush.
Step 6. Paint the lips. Paint the lips using the same brush and paint.
Step 7. Paint the eyelids. Using a sponge, paint the eyelids with Atomic Orange.
Step 8. Create eyeliners. Using a #1 round brush and Raven Black, create eyeliners.
Step 9. Create eyebrows. Create the eyebrows using the same brush and paint.
Step 10. Highlight the stitches. Highlight the stitches/wounds with White Swan and #2 round brush.
Step 11. Outline the prosthetic. Outline the staples with Raven Black and #1 round brush.
Step 12. Highlight the hair. Using a sponge, highlight the hair with Electric Yellow.
The finished product!
For other designs for this Halloween, check out our website’s Advanced Makeup Designs page.
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