In order to make yourself into a vampire, you’re going to need some of the white face paint, fake blood, the colored face-paint, and this wax that we used for the fake injuries. So we’re going to start with the wax, and we’re going to make ourselves a cross, like we were burned in an attack. So we’re going to kind of do it at an angle. Sort of rub it in… Now, after you have the wax on, you’re going to want to kind of texture it, just rub your finger over it, and that brings it out like it was a burn. So next we’re going to do the white face-paint. Going to rub it in to two blobs on both cheeks, one blob up here, one blob up here and then maybe a little blob on your nose. Rub it in… And you’re going to want to use a cloth and kind of even it out. Next we’re going to use the face-paint, and you’re going to use a little bit of the black, and start shadowing out around certain areas. Then a little around the eyes. You’re going to go above, and then below. Kind of around, like so. A little bit around the lips, also. And then also along the cheek-line. So next we’re going to add some of the blood to the burn. So take a little bit of the red paint and kind of go over that wax. You’re going to take a sponge. Add a little purple in. And next we’re going to add brown to give it a burned appearance. And then you add the fake blood. So dab it onto your finger… Next we’re going to add some fake blood around your mouth. And now you’re a blood sucking vampire. Throw in some fake teeth, or even a little bit of glitter, and you’ll look like your favorite vampire this Halloween. Thanks, bye.
You're going to need some white liquid makeup. Eyeliner pen and some more of the face makeup. So we are going to start with the white face paint. So you're going to apply the white paint on your face. You're going to want to do it pretty light. You just want it to look like a lighter version of your skin tone. So as you can see my skin is starting to lighten up. It's losing some of that youthful color. Next, we are going to make the wrinkles. You are going to use an eyeliner pencil. And what we are going to do is we are going to trace around the areas that already are starting to form wrinkles. Which can be depressing, but don't let that get to you. We'll start here. And then eventuate your lips. We're going to add a little color to my lips just because the white makeup covered them up. Add some liver spots with a sponge. After you've applied your white makeup, your wrinkles and your liver spots check out your local retirement home and party like it's 1932! Have a great Halloween!
Hi, my name is Shanda! Halloween is fast approaching and I'd like to show you how to do fake injuries to spruce up your Halloween costume. Now that we have a black eye, a busted lip, now all that's left to do is a bullet hole! To make a fake bullet hole, you're going to need the face crayons, the face makeup, fake blood and wax. To start off, we're going to use the wax. You're going to roll it in a ball and place it where you want it. And you're going to want it to be in a circle because bullets are circular. Bam! We got a circular wax whole. Take a black crayon and do a little circle. I like to take the back in and just kind of go like this. That creates the circle and it also creates a sort of creates the scab around the hole that you want. You can see that there's a little bit of a circle and kind of a scabbing line. Next we are going to use the red. Put some of the red paint of your applicator and dab it all around. This is sort of similar to the bruise, but we are going to do the red first because bullet holes are a little more red than they are bruisy. We are are going to add a little bit of the purple to just deepen it a bit. And a little bit of the brown. Not a lot! You just want a touch. Just a little contour. As you can see it's starting to bruise up. Since it's not getting the effect I want, I'm going to go back and use the sponge. I'm going to grab a little bit of red and a little bit of brown together. Sort of dab it on. Next I'm going to use a little bit of powder. You can buy this at Zappos. Sort of sprinkle it on. Give it more of a skin toney appearance. Next we are going to do the fake blood. You're going to want to dab it in the center and you want it to look like a circle. Then you'll want to do a drop of blood. And there you go! Fake bullet hole. Now that you know how to do the basics of a bruise, a cut and a bullet hole, you can pretty much do any injury! So if you're going to be a boxer, a dead prom queen, a fire fighter, anybody! You can use these basic tricks to do your fake injuries. Please have a fun and safe Halloween and I look forward to seeing you out there. Bye!
Host: Hi. My name’s Shanda. Halloween is fast approaching and I’d like to show you how to do fake injuries to spruce up your Halloween costumes. Off camera: Heads up! Host: Ooo! Now that you’ve got a shiner, let’s work on getting a busted lip. The materials you’ll need to make a cut or a busted lip would be paint crayons, a little bit of wax, and fake blood. To make a fake cut you’re gonna want to start off with the wax. You are going to pull a little ball of that off and place it on the portion you want your busted lip to be. So, I’ll put it right here. The reason you’re doing this is, cuts normally have a risen part…and kind of has dimension to it. With flat makeup, you’re unable to do that. So, a little bit of wax gives you that appearance. So, we’ve got a nice piece of wax there. You can barely see it. We’re going to kind of indent that in a little bit. So, take your nail…kind of put a cut in it. What that does is it…though you can’t see it right now, it adds a little dimension in. So then we’re going to use the crayon. A little red spot underneath. Kind of color in the wax a little bit. As you can see, there’s a little coloration. We’re going to pull out the purple again. Dab a little bit on just to really pull out the color. You’ll want to go underneath, too. I’m going to add in a little bit of brown, just right in the center. As you can see, there’s a lot of colors going on there. It’s starting to look like a bruise. Next we’re going to add a little bit of fake blood. Put a little on your lip. Remember, don’t swallow this! Drip it down. Now, you’ve got a busted lip. “Don’t mess with me, son!” Now you know how to make a busted lip. You can scare your friends, your parents, your teachers – whoever you want. Have a great Halloween! Bye!
Hi, my name is Shanda! Halloween is fast approaching and I'd like to show you how to do fake injuries to spruce up your Halloween costume. First, we are going to make a fake bruise. Particularly, a black eye. You are going to need a makeup kit. You can purchase these at Zappos.com or at a local grocery store. You're going to need three colors. Purple, red and brown. So the base color for the bruise will be purple. Your going to want to get a little bit of the paint on your applicator. You are going to start underneath and go a little bit over. So now you got a good base. You're going to want to do it around the eye. A black eye isn't the whole eye, it's sort of an area. Next we are going to do a little bit of red. Dab it in and kind of fill out the color. It's going to look a little vibrant. Next we are going to sponge on the brown. You're going to want sort of a big sponge that has big holes in it because it will give more of a textured look. So you dab on the brown. Now just to add a little more realism to it. We are going to add a little bit of powder. I like to use some of my brown shimmery eye shadow. You can also find this on Zappos.com. And now rub it in. You want to do it splotchy, bruises are never perfect. You don't need to get into a fight to have this shiner! Have a great Halloween! Be safe! Thanks, bye!
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