What do I need for zombie makeup?
Three Popular Zombie Makeup Ideas
- White cream makeup to use as your base foundation.
- Grey cream makeup to use over the white to create a realistic corpse-like skin tone.
- Light powder.
- Dark eye shadow and eyeliner to create a sunken eye look.
- Cream makeup in red, black and green.
How do you get toilet paper to stick to your face?
Dip a soft, broad-bristled brush into some clear-drying, non-toxic craft glue. Brush it thickly on your cheeks and glue a piece of the tissue paper to both of your cheeks. Brush a thinner layer of glue on top of the tissue paper and place a second piece on each cheek.
How do you make fake toilet paper?
You’ll need regular white glue, skin tone makeup, toilet paper, and a couple of small makeup brushes. Make sure that the glue you use is skin -friendly. Apply the tissue paper onto the painted area of the skin.
- Let the glue dry for a minute or so.
- Use your brush to add another layer of glue on top of your toilet paper.
How do you face paint a zombie step by step?
- Using a sponge, cover the face in white paint. Then, mix some white with a touch of black and dab the grey on the head, chin and cheek.
- Mix some more grey and paint darker circles around the eyes.
- Using a thin brush and some white paint, add some crooked teeth to the black triangle on the left cheek.
What colors do you use for zombie makeup?
Get the right skin tone: keep it muted – never use red, blue or green. Some pre-made zombie makeup kits are good, but the colors are usually a little weird. Instead, use a water-based makeup called Aquacolor. Put a sponge in water and apply the yellowish-brown base color so that it pales you out.
What color is zombie skin?
Unlike his original black and white “Night of the Living Dead,” Romero was able to produce Dawn in color. Zombies in the film had a distinctive blue-green hue to them. Of course, Frankenstein’s monster (a zombie of sorts) is also often depicted as having green skin.