Halloween makeup in Dubai with Mary Samele

Halloween Makeup con Mary SameleHalloween also known as All Hallows’ Eve is a yearly holiday observed around the world on October 31, the eve before the Western Christian feast of All Hallows. Typical festive Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, attending horror costume parties (zombies, ghosts, witches are more than welcome), carving jack-o’-lanterns, lighting bonfires, telling scary stories, and watching horror films…

Halloween makeup is an essential part of creating a realistic Halloween character: by using Halloween makeup techniques, you can get any character come alive!
Complete your transformation by using Mary Samele Extreme Halloween Makeup!

Zombies are the living dead: animated, decaying corpses who wander the earth wreaking havoc in their path. To achieve a simple zombie look, begin with white face paint or powder. Apply it all over your face and neck to achieve the appearance that the blood has been drained from you so that you look dead. Blend a combination of black, purple or blue eyeshadow around your eyes for a hollowed-out effect. Finally, apply black lipstick, or cover lips with white face paint. By following these steps, you will look as though you have risen from the dead. However, this is the tamest version of a zombie, and there are many more horrifying zombie makeup ideas.

Take the zombie look described above one step farther by adding some fake blood. Purchase fake blood where Halloween costumes are sold, or make your own by mixing water, corn syrup and red food coloring until it resembles the consistency and color of human blood. To make it more realistic, add a very small amount of blue or yellow food coloring to tone it down.

Go all out with your zombie look by adding a festering, open wound to your face. Layer liquid latex to resemble torn flesh. You can create similar effects with unflavored gelatin, marshmallows, or experiment with mixtures of flour, oil and cream of tartar. Rather than create your own, you can buy strips of fake flesh or scabs that you can attach with a thin layer of liquid latex. Liberally apply fake blood to your wound to achieve the ultimate gory effect.Use blue and purple makeup to create fake bruises. Get creative and draw fake scars with a white or pink makeup pencil. For a several week-old zombie look, blend in green and yellow makeup to achieve a rotting wound effect.

Halloween makeup in Dubai with Mary Samele. Edward scissorhands
In the picture:
Model: Francesco Afro De Falco
Makeup & costume: Mary Samele

A realistic compound fracture, wounds, complete zombie masks or other makeup SFX adds a great touch to your zombie-ghost-witch or accident victim costume. Scare your friends and family!

Since zombies are essentially dead people, you can get creative and come up with a story about who you were before death and exactly how you died. Perhaps you were a doctor, policeman, cheerleader or pilot. Did you die in a car accident, stabbing or sustain gunshot wounds? Did you die recently or has it been awhile? Whether you share your zombie story with friends or not, having a scenario in mind can inspire you as you apply your makeup.

As well as, the trendy vampires of Twilight and True Blood will be at every party this Halloween, so try going old-school with the traditional Transylvanian bloodsucker. Complete your scary vampire Halloween costume by calling us.

Zombie makeup in Dubai with Mary Samele

In the picture:
Model: Antonella Mauro
Makeup & costume: Mary Samele

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2 thoughts on “Halloween makeup in Dubai with Mary Samele

  • October 26, 2015 at 8:50 am
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    GM Mary

    I saw ur halloween makeup its so article This weekend me and my friends doing halloween party and we want a halloween makeup how i connect with u !

    Reply
  • August 7, 2017 at 6:46 am
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    Hi Mary,

    Good day!

    Our restaurant is planning to have a Halloween special, may you please let us know how can we contact you?

    Thank you very much!

    Reply

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