On my Makeup by Bree Facebook page I was asked to do a Zombie tutorial. Since I had never done anything like that before I thought why not? I love a good challenge and I also want to make Halloween looks (and tutorial videos) that people will find useful.
So. I sat down, got out all of my makeup and decided to try my best. This is what I came up with. It is my take on a Zombie Fairy (unfortunately I didn't have wings - so you will have to use your imagination). Note: I have never watched a Zombie movie or tutorial ( I am rated G! I am not kidding) but promise to do my homework for next year!
If you want to re-create this look watch the video below to find out how. The products are listed here as well as in the description beneath the video on YouTube.
Here is a list of the products I used for this (click on the ones in pink for more information):
For the scars:
WolfeFX Liquid Silicone in Light
Makeup Forever HD Foundation in 120 (any foundation will do)
UD NYC Palette (limited edition). Colours used in order:
Midnight cowboy rides again
Rockstar (corner definition)
Psychedelic Sister (purple highlight for a pop of colour)
Uzi (inner corner of the eye - caution - lots of sparkles!)
Highlight - Benefit Watts Up
UD 24/7 Glide on eyeliner in Raisin
Loreal Infalible 24 hr eyeliner in Carbon black:
Rimmel Glam Eyes
Smashbox Masterclass 2 Palette (in order):
Carnation, Geranium, Warm Apricot (blush)
Face paint: WolfeFX Essentials palette
All over colour: Lise Watier corrector wheel (green and purple)
Black Eyeshadow: SmashboxBlackout eye shadow
Deep red lip gloss (but I would recommend fake blood)
String (make sure it's not too thin)
Spirit Gum (and remover - that is key!)
I think that is it. If you have any questions at all please comment below!
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I am a freelance makeup artist who works out of Waterloo. I am an Ontario qualified teacher with a passion for makeup. I love to help people look and feel their very best!