How to Make a Frankenstein Costume for Halloween : Latex Makeup for Frankenstein Halloween Costume

How to Make a Frankenstein Costume for Halloween : Latex Makeup for Frankenstein Halloween Costume


I’m Matt Cail and on behalf of Expert Village,
I’m here to show you how to make Frankenstein’s monster. Alright, we’re going to take our
liquid latex and we’re going to start applying our makeup. What I’m going to do with the
liquid latex is get a couple of drops on here and I’m going to start making some lines on
our Frankenstein’s face. Try to actually work with for stitching the lines that are already
there. This would be like if you have and forehead lines. Those are great. They’re already
established and you’re going to be able to use and expand those. What am I doing? What
I’m doing is I’m building up some what looks like more traumatized skin, or eventually
we’re going to have our stitching. This is going to allow for more of that bodies put
together look, which Frankenstein’s famous for. Don’t be afraid too to use a lot of latex
on this. It could be relatively subdued underneath all the green makeup, so we’re going to want
to make sure it’s going to built up enough where it’s going to show through and obviously
look like some slightly torn stitched together skin, which is the overall effect we’re going
for. In addition to the forehead, I also recommend up on the cheek and then down. Again, follow
the line of the chin, especially if there’s a slight indent to the chin. These are great
natural lines, which you can then build upon to get going on your stitching effects.

7 Replies to “How to Make a Frankenstein Costume for Halloween : Latex Makeup for Frankenstein Halloween Costume”

  1. Wow…just save the liquid latex if you're going to make such an awful frankenstein's monster. How Matt Cail can call himself an "expert" is beyond me…

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