Are you ready to learn this simple Chucky inspired look? Get ready, you'll be a pro at creating this look for your next client.
Here's what you'll need:
Here's how to apply:
First, load your kabuki brush with Graftobian Beige and using a circular motion, apply to entire face. Next, use your blush brush to contour the cheeks with your tan Starblend.
Continue using your blush brush and apply your pink Starblend to the cheeks.
Load your #3 round brush with Paradise red and paint the gashes as shown.
Then, load your filbert brush with Paradise black and fill in the eye and paint the edges of the gashes.
Next, add your blood paste to the gashes and eye area. You can use your #3 round brush, just be sure to wash it immediately after you have finished using the blood paste. You can also use a q-tip if you prefer.
While the blood paste is drying, grab your filbert brush and Kryolan wheel and add red to the eyes, corners of the mouth and sides of the nose and nostrils. This creates a trauma look.
Still using your filbert brush and Kryolan wheel, add black to the same areas to add a little more depth.
Next. load your #3 round brush with Paradise white and paint on the stitches.
Now, load your #3 round brush with Paradise black and very lightly add shading or a shadow to the stitches.
Continue with your #3 round brush and switch to the red on your Kryolan wheel and add little holes on the sides of the stitches. Still using the red, add a little to the edge of all of the gashes to give it an infected look.
Finally, give yourself a spritz with the Mehron blood spatter and you have finished this design. Grab a wig and go! P.S. if you have some black inner eyeliner, you can add that last.
This really is a very quick and easy look you can create this Halloween and still look pretty scary.
Until next time… Live, Love, Paint.
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