We had a pretty small group of participants at the Halloween Makeup class on October 21 - I guess too many people had other things to do that night -- either that, or we taught them everything they needed to know last time :)
These makeup jobs were done by the class participants. They brought their own subject (translation: child) and painted the faces themselves. In this one, the dragon eyes are painted on the eyelids, so when he closes his eyes, you can see the dragon's eyes.
This girl brought a book about a cat who wanted to be a chihuahua -- she wants to be the cat for Halloween. The makeup was done using the picture of the cat from the book. The cat's eyes are painted on her eyelids.
This horn was applied to the face using prosthetic adhesive. Any prosthetic, nose, ears, chin, etc., should then be blended in with latex and painted. This job was not completed, but used as a demonstration.
Glad you don't have that growing on your face, huh?
Pictures coming up soon from the Tooele City Arts Council Halloween Carnival
We painted faces for 4 hours - constantly, non-stop, forever!
IT WAS REALLY FUN!