The first thing you think about when it comes to Halloween is Skeletons, ghost, and zombies! Trying to be the scariest you can be. This time I’m doing half skull design. It is like a Mask. Fun, Simple, fast! Skulls can be painted in many different ways and colors. Realistic or pop art.
White Face Paint Wolfe Fx
1. Activate your white face paint with water and a large 3/4 inch Flat Brush. Apply the paint, draw a line on middle of your cheeks and above your nose. Fill in white paint all the way down to your jawline. If you need to, pat the white paint with a sponge to give it a even flawless base.
2. Draw the out line of the skull with a small round brush. Using Black Face Paint to draw. If you need to use reference photo to get correct shape of the skull bone structure, please do so. Apply on opposite side as well.
3. Outline the teeth. Start in the middle of your mouth and work your way outward.Using a small round brush to apply lightly so the lines are not to thick, you want thin lines to start.
4. Once you finished outlining continue to give Skull more detail. On the cheek area shade in both sides with black face paint. Using "V" shapes to connect the teeth. Extend the teeth on both upper and lower lips. Also black face paint on chin area.
5. Take black or dark brown eye shadow to give the skull more depth and detail and it will look more realistic. Shade in the cheek area and below the nose, also the chin. Blend!
Zuri Fx Johnson, Makeup and Fx Artist, Kids Face painter, Theater Makeup artist. All levels of makeup she enjoys! Zuri has been a professional makeup artist for nine years. She always wants to enhance your beauty but also turn you into something you couldn't even imagine.
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