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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Becoming Two-Face From The Dark Knight (Make-up Process)

Me with some help Showing the Steps You Take to Look Like Two-Face from The Dark Knight.

Step I - Always start your makeup with a clean, dry face. If you need moisturizer under the makeup, make sure it is water-based type, as it will be absorbed in the skin faster and will not leave an oily coating on the face. If applying makeup to several people we recommend scooping a small amount of makeup out and putting it on a palette, this will help prevent the spread of germs.

Step 2 - To use Burn Scar, first pour 2 or 3 tablespoons of hot water into one container, mixing to obtain an even texture. If material is too thick. slowly add more water to get an even pancake batter like texture.

Step 3 - Before applying, make sure mixture is not too hot for your face. Apply material using Wooden Stick provided, working from one section to the next. To create more texture, roughen up the surface as it begins to tack by using a stippling motion. The Black Stipple Sponge may also be used to create texture.

Step 4 - When the material is dry, seal it using Flesh Latex by patting on a thin layer with a makeup sponge. Let dry and pat on a second layer. Remember that two thin layers will dry faster than one thick layer. You can also pick holes in the latex for effect. FX Blood, Blood Gel or other liquid materials can be squeezed inside for a blister effect.

Step 5 - Now you are ready to add depth to your work by adding colors from your Injury Stack. Pat on corpse yellow to the high points of the effect. Next blend a mixture of bruised red and undead purple into the low points of the effect. Finally add black makeup here and there. Brushes my be used to detail areas if desired.

Step 6 - Using the Black Stipple Sponge, apply Cinema Secrets Blood Gel in a dragging motion across the face for a Road Rash effect.

Step 7 - You can intensify any of the gore details by adding additional colors and blood as desired. You can also add burn effects to the costume

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