Zombie Face Halloween Makeup Tutorial - part 2





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Uploaded on Oct 10, 2009

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This is a high quality, low cost way to be a zombie for Halloween or just for fun. If you have any questions about what I used please ask.

*****Romoval of the mask: You can remove the mask several ways, whatever suits you best.
-I peeled the mask off after I had it on. The vaseline acts as a lubricant and allows it to peel off of your face without damaging your skin, too much. It will leave your skin pink and a little irritated but goes away after you moisturize to soothe it.
-You can also run your face under warm water or put a soaked wash cloth on your face for a minute or so. This will soften up the toilet paper again, help dissolve the glue and let it peel off much easier. Be careful if you get your face wet in the sink that the clumps don't come off and clog up the drain.
-You can also peel it off dry using more vaseline to help. If you put the vaseline all over your fingers and use it to slip under the mask it will come off easier and leave your skin less irritated.
The mask will pull out some peach fuzz on your face and your baby hairs around your hairline if you got too close. Also, avoid your eyebrows as you don't want to lose any of those!


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