Kids and kids at heart are excited about Halloween parties. It is in this occasion that they are able to showcase their creative side wearing the best to the scariest costumes they can think of. And since we are talking about creativity, you can make use of about anything that you can find inside the closet or stack of unused clothes and knickknacks at home. You don’t have to break your piggy bank in order to come up with the best Halloween costume. An old shirt and some dark colored makeup will do the trick. I know that you’re thinking of a zombie makeup, right? It’s popular and there are several how-to videos on the web to guide you. You can copy or make an improved version of your own. You can check http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Zombie-Makeup/ to do a simple zombie makeup. Now, start digging for materials and just a word of advice: be safe when you use or apply makeup to avoid skin irritation. Have fun!
Image source: Zombie costume
Remember my post about my son’s request for a Halloween costume for the school play? I might really look for Awesome Halloween Costumes this time as he won’t stop bugging me until I get him what he wants. I wish I can find something at the thrift shop or the second-hand store that we regularly visit.
I’m not really sure what character my son will portray I have yet to ask him. But if he is interested I can make a personalized costume for him and still save on expenses. With old clothes from the cabinet and colorful paints that are safe for kids, I can come up with a zombie costume. I could make my son look like one too with the help of a video tutorial on how to make zombie make up. He would surely stand out, I mean look scary, if I get the right color mixture and effect that I want to create for a zombie character.
Here’s what you need if you want to create a zombie effect. Prepare the following – tissue paper, liquid latex (or the regular white school glue) and basic make-up kit. You may also want to check how the makeup is done here. Have fun, but be careful with applying glue and make-up for any allergic reaction. Do it with adult supervision just to be safe.