How do you use zombie skin in latex?
To get the slightly decomposed look of zombie skin, we use a technique called “stretch and stipple”. Put some of the same latex you used to make a wound on your face with a sponge, and then stretch your skin tight while you dry it with a hairdryer. When it’s dry, the latex will wrinkle and give your skin some texture.
What can I use instead of liquid latex for zombie makeup?
Lash Glue You might be surprised just how much lash glue can help you achieve in the way of Halloween makeup. Instead of Spirit Gum or liquid latex, you can use lash glue to stick things like string or rhinestones to your face. Also, instead of liquid latex or scar wax, lash glue can offer texture for wounds and scars.
What can I use if I don’t have liquid latex?
If you’re looking for alternatives to liquid latex, you can use Elmer’s Glue or spirit gum if you’re using it as an adhesive.
Is Liquid Latex permanent?
The latex will adhere very firmly, so consider any use of the products on fabric to be permanent. To intentionally coat any fabric, you may either dip it, splash liquid latex on it, or paint it using an inexpensive sponge brush.
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 makeup do you use for zombie?
Use Liquid Latex to Create Realistic Wounds For real gore, liquid latex is a must-have in your zombie makeup box. It’s easy to apply and can get you disgustingly realistic results.