Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 3 - (Page 29)
Perfecting the Zombie Look
Jordan Plath is the manager of the Kryolan City San Francisco store and FX specialist for Kryolan Professional Make-Up USA. He was trained at Make-Up Designory in Burbank, Calif., and has worked as an FX makeup artist on a number of ﬁlms, theatrical productions and theme park events.
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STEP 1: Begin by building wounds of various sizes and shapes on the face using a soft cosmetic modeling wax such as mortician’s wax or Kryolan’s Cinewax. The wax is easily sculpted and blended into the skin with a metal or plastic spatula. Note: If you plan on wearing the makeup for an extended period of time, use a cosmetic adhesive, such as spirit gum, before applying the wax to the face.
STEP 2: Seal the wax with a cosmetic sealant, such as Kryolan’s Flexible Sealor, making sure to cover the wounds entirely. Doing this will help fortify the wax and make it easier to apply makeup on top of it.
STEP 3: Using a natural sea sponge, apply a deep burgundy cream color or eye shadow to the hollows of the face and neck—eye sockets, temples, etc. Apply the color to the wounds as well. Here we’re using “Bruise 3” from Kryolan’s Bruise Wheel.
STEP 4: Use a small ﬂat brush to add detail to the wounds and hollows.
STEP 5: Emphasize the deepest parts of the hollows by applying a deep purple cream color or eye shadow with a natural sea sponge. Here we’re using “Bruise Purple” from Kryolan’s Bruise Wheel.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 3
Message From the AACS President and CEA Chair
Workings Of Washington
Network, Innovate, Grow: AACS Annual Convention & Expo 2012
Attending a Convention: 10 Tips for Success
A Teacher’s Safari: Managing the Zoo of Personalities
Sticking it Out: 10 Threats That Keep Students from Surviving and Thriving in the Real World
Data Disaster: Protecting Sensitive and Important Records
Mixing Generations in the Classroom: Can They Coexist?
Beauty Changes Lives
Every Vote Counts: Encouraging and Emphasizing the Importance of their Vote
Hip-Hop Haircuts: Curtis Smith Sets Trends
AACS Listserve Q & A
Now We’re Talking: An Education in Communication
Health & Wellness for Educators: Tips for Being Healthy
A Student’s Perspective NEW!
And Then There’s Compliance
Remembering Two Beauty Legends
Beauty Before Boarding: Airport Salons Take Flight
Voices From the Classroom
CEA Annual Convention Photo Spread
Quiz Time: How Well Do You Know Your Association?
Associate Member Profiles: Makeup/Cosmetics
People & Places
New Products & Services
New School Members
Upcoming 2012-2013 Events
Index to Advertisers
Beauty Link - Volume 4, Issue 3
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