How to Apply Zombie Makeup
Today, you'll find Zombies out in the movies, parties,
and kids’ activities, particularly during the Halloween. It's an extremely
popular character to dress up as, so here are a few tips to show you
how to apply zombie
Make the Flesh Bleed
Because zombies don’t undergo any form of decay, they literally have their
flesh intact, but they can appear to have big open wounds that have been
penetrated by disgusting insects like roaches, rats, and maggots.
Indeed, it’s totally gruesome, but if you’re meant to scare, then adding
some “fresh flesh” all over your skin will make your friends and family
tremble. Tips on how to apply zombie makeup include the use of molding wax
on your skin with the use of liquid latex. They will stand as your wounds,
scars, and scabs. Allow them to dry so they will stick much better on your
skin. When it comes to the makeup, you can settle for base colors such as
grey, which look truly great if you want to depict corpses coming straight
from their grave. If you’re human that has just turned into the
contemporary ghoul, you can use a color that is matching to your skin
complexion. Add some yellow or green to emphasize that you are actually
decaying, or your wounds are oozing with pus. As some body parts of the
zombies are in their worst form of tear, you can perhaps paint some white
shade on your head to simulate a skull that has already been exposed.
How to Make Scabs
Scars and scabs are the remnants of any injury that could have led to the
death of a person. Normally, they are despised by many, but they do look
awesome for somebody who’s playing zombie.
A common scab mixture shall include corn flour, 2 shades of lipstick,
gelatin with no flavor, golden syrup, as well as cotton buds or two paint
Tips on how to apply
zombie make up shall begin with the mixing of hot water and gelatin in
a little jug. Stir them all together until the gelatin will melt. Allow
the gelatin to stand for around 2 minutes while you occasionally stir
them. For 10 minutes, permit the gelatin to cool off prior to placing them
on your skin. You basically don’t want to create real scars, do you?
In a separate bowl, you can combine the scar-colored lipstick with the
corn flour. As to how much more you are actually going to put will depend
on what you want to achieve. If you want to make some scabs, add more corn
flour than the lipstick. But if you like the look of scars much better,
then include more lipstick.
Place the red lipstick in your body part where you want them to appear.
Add more red too in its surrounding area. Using a paper towel, you rub the
lipstick. This way, you can create some pinky look, which indicates that
the scars are just fresh.
To learn how to apply
zombie make up with step-by-step photos and instructions get the
"The Halloween Make Up Guide".
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