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Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint Tutorial

Gross-Out Queen Alana Dunlevy continues her series of Halloween face paint tutorials with a step-by-step on how to turn yourself in to Frankenstein’s Monster. Take a look at her previous tutorials here and check back for more soon!

Frankenstein’s Monster

This is quite a challenging design but can be simplified. I have used ‘Kryolan Supra Colour’ and ‘Ben Nye’ grease paints but face paints or even different shades of foundation can be used.

I used the putty here again, to cover up one eyebrow and to add edges to some of the sections of skin. But this part can be missed if you don’t have any.

Step 1

Mark out the different sections and add a bit of putty if you have it. I also covered on of my eyebrows.

Then fill in the base colour of each section. I kept on large section free over one of my eyes, I wanted to keep that part normal.

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint Step 1 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint Step 1 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Step 2

Then with a darker colour, I used brown, add some shading along the edges of each section and some shading in the neck and throat. If you are using grease paints remember to powder down so the paint set.

I used browns and blacks to add more depth, flowing the lines of the patches and the bones in my neck. I used a white to highlight.

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint Step 2 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint Step 2 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Step 3

With black face paint I outlined each skin patch and painted on the stitches, high lighting them with a bit of white.

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint Step 3 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint Step 3 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Step 4

To finish the design I applied purple and orange smoky eye, thick black eyeliner and loads of mascara on the normal eye and put in one white contact on the other.

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint Step 4 (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint Step 4 (c) Alana Dunlevy

So there you have it!

This look can be done without the putty, using face paints and without the contact for a more simple easier application.

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein's Monster Face Paint (c) Alana Dunlevy

Frankenstein’s Monster Face Paint (c) Alana Dunlevy

 

 

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This entry was posted on October 10, 2013 by in Coochie Crunch Blog and tagged , , , .
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