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Undead Unicorn – Makeup Tutorial

Unicorns are believed to be beautiful and pure magical creatures, which is why it is interesting to wonder what would occur if one of them happened to be tainted by the dark touch of a zombie, transforming that once majestic creature into one that hungers for brains, and has all the means to get them, […]

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A Snake And Its Charms – Spooky Makeup Tutorial

What is interesting about this versatile Snake Queen style is that you can actually look rather stately and snakelike with all the details that shivonmakeupbiz adds to the makeup, like the scales on the sides of the face that are gently drawn and have a soft finish to them that helps retain an elegant aura […]

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Freshly Turned Vampire – Spooky Makeup Tutorial

You can follow along in this spooky makeup tutorial to learn how to transform into Lucy Westenra as she looks after she is bitten a second time by Dracula, effectively transforming her into a vampire for good so she can prey on those who once loved her, and feast on the blood of every creature […]

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A Dreadful Ocean-Dweller – Spooky Makeup Tutorial

Here’s a spooky take on a Siren that doesn’t focus on the traditional half-human half-fish creature you’re used to seeing, but on a more realistic, creepier version that creates, with a mix of makeup and body paint, a monster that has human-like traits, but at the same time presents an anatomy suited for life under […]

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An Amalgamation Of Horror – Makeup Tutorial

The version of Frankenstein’s monster that Kendra N shows in this makeup tutorial works with a base of green colors mixed with darker shadows to bring an undead feel to the style. Let’s not forget that the only reason the monster looks like that is because the green aims to mimic rotten flesh, as Frankenstein’s […]

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