Jack Skellington Makeup Transformation




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Step 1: Outline

outline your design. I used a eyeliner pencil to do this.

Step 2: Black and White

add white to a majority of your face, add black to the eye stickers and put some on the top of your forehead, side of your face, ears, and chin to make your face appear round.

Step 3: Eye Detail

add some detail around the eye using black cream makeup, liquid eyeliner, and mate eyeshadow. make a harsh eyebrow bone shape and above that mage a light shadow to make the brow bone pop. after that make a harsh line under the eye to make it pop even more.

Step 4: The Mouth

the mouth is pretty simple. draw an outstretched line from the center of your lips then add lines (almost like stitch lines).

Step 5: The Body

using white make a strip down your neck and at the bottom start flaring it out. then make his bow tie with black and use white in it for the detail. and last use black to cover the rest of your body.



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    12 Discussions


    3 years ago on Introduction

    I love this one the best. Most realistic and scariest imo.

    How do the kiddie's react at Halloween?

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    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you very much!
    I haven't worn this one out yet. I still though!


    3 years ago on Introduction

    Amazingly, I really like your makeup. Where I could find the paintings for my theater group?

    1 reply

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Well, a basic place to find face paint is Michaels. They sell the Snazaroo brand and it works pretty well. If you have a Party City near by they also have face paint but depending on the store I'm not sure what kind. I've gone to a few and they all seem to have different things. If you want better face paint ordering online is your best bet UNLESS you live in LA or something. Mehron, Wolfe, and Ben Nye are my favorite. You don't need to much a little goes a long way.