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Any good makeup suggestions for a zombie costume?

I feel so silly posting a zombie question in the makeup section, but didn’t know where else would have better sources.

Halloween is coming up and, as I do every year, I dress as a zombie but with different themes each year (tuxedo zombie, 70’s zombie, drag queen zombie, etc.). I’ve been using a combo of darh green, mustard yellow, and purple makeup for my skin, along with fake blood, but want to try something different. The cheap garbage in those seasonal shops that open up around Halloween just isn’t going to cut it. Does anyone have a decent "recipe" for zombie makeup?

4 Responses to Any good makeup suggestions for a zombie costume?

  • Amethyst Angel says:

    Your creativity is awesome! Get some liquid latex or eyelash glue. Spread it over your face same way you apply a facial mask, avoiding the eye area. Let dry (dries quickly and colorless) then peel off the areas that you want to seem to be falling off. Color the inside of these areas with red and add a bit of glycerin to give the impression of gooey blood. Color your face like you’ve done before using or adding black, gray, blue and white. Good luck and happy haunting.

  • Eyeoftheneedle says:

    Michael Jackson video – do him!

  • Saara says:

    DEEP red eyeshadow. Everywhere around your eye. Mix white base makeup with blue eyeshadow and apply it everywhere on your face and possibly on your arms.

    Also… for a unique look… try cowboy zombie. Humor and horror in one package 😉

  • room_cat_smudge says:

    recipe no?.Well get some powdery white compact and apply .Get Grey powder and sweep it along cheekbones so your cheeks look Grey next apply some downward on nose.Mute the color of your lips.And get some black eye shadow and apply around your whole eye.Fake blood on the the side of your mouth.And use a light green powder and apply on for head and blend.

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