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Topic: ZOmbie Makeup Pics-what should I do?  (Read 3882 times)
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« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2004 11:11:37 AM »

Please tell us, it looks so cool!
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« Reply #11 on: November 02, 2004 11:49:17 AM »

Thanks guys! I used a makeup called AquaColour.  It is a makeup that is used with water and creates a vein effect when painted on in thin lines.  I started out with a thin white base of makeup on.  Under my eyes I did red, purple and yellow.  I will post pics later tonight.  I was supposed to be a Ghoul Scout (got the idea on here!) couldnt find a hat, then I was supposed to be a pin-up zombie (had no pencil skirt to wear with my corset) and ended up being a prom queen zombie.  I saw a ton of good costumes but the funniest thing was that my best friend bought her costume (a geisha) and was getting stopped left and right.  Meanwhile it took me 4 hours of makeup (I did veins all over my arms, face and neck and added bruises and scratches) and people thought she made her costume.  Next year im either starting to sew 6 months earlier or Im buying it.

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