Try something different with this crazy, creepy werewolf makeup. You will definitely have fun scaring your friends with this one!
Loew-Cornell Number 3 Brush
Paintpal Swirl Number 1 Brush
Paintpal Tear Drop Brush
Mark Reid Number 5 Round Brush
Number 0 Fine Brush
Mehron Kabuki Brush
Eliza Griffith Red Powder (from Color Me Pro Palette)
Diamond FX Ogre
Diamond FX Pus
TAG Face Paint Red
TAG Face Paint Pink
Diamond FX White
Diamond FX Black
I began by applying a base coat, using a Kabuki Brush by Mehron and Diamond FX Ogre.
Next I used the Kabuki Brush again with Diamond FX Black, to shade my hairline, eyes and also down the middle of my neck. I continued to use the black paint, but with a Number 5 Round Brush to mark out where the muzzle area will be. I then painted the mouth , nose and the lines around my mouth and forehead.
I then painted the gums with TAG Pink and a Round Number 5 Brush.
Using Diamond FX Pus and the Number 5 Brush again, I painted the teeth, highlighted between the black wrinkles etc and also added some of this colour on the neck.
Next I used a Number 1 Brush and Diamond FX Black to paint the fine fur-like lines around my eyes, wrinkles on my nose and some fine lines around my mouth.
I wanted the eyes to look more scary, so I painted some extra vein lines around my eyes.
As I wasn't happy with the thick black line below the muzzle area, I removed it using a wet wipe.
I then used a number 3 brush to paint inside the mouth and around the teeth. I like this brush for detail.
Next I used TAG Pink to repaint the gum area and lower jaw.
Using Diamond FX White and Paintpal Teardrop Brush, l highlighted the teeth, gums and the black 'wrinkles'
I removed any excess paint on my eyelids with a wet wipe and then painted them with TAG Red and a Number 5 Round Brush.
After that I applied a layer of Red Powder over the paint.
A Number 0 Brush is perfect for creating fur! I used Diamond FX White for this, adding fur to my face and neck.
Finally I used my Paintpal Swirl Number 1 Brush with Diamond FX Black to outline the mouth and teeth, then I added more depth to the fur.
I had a lot of fun with this paint... I really didn't want to wash it off! I hope you enjoy re-creating this look as much as me!
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