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Halloween How-To’s: Painted Stitches, 3 Ways

Halloween How-To’s: Painted Stitches, 3 Ways

Stitches can be a great accessory to compliment lots of different Halloween looks. They can spruce up your Bride of Frankensteins, finish off your Spooky Broken Dolls, add dimension to your casualty looks and ultimately really ‘tie’ a look together (see what I did there? Hahaha). Here are 3 different easy ways to bring your 3D, painted-on stitches to life.

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Global Colours Halloween How-To’s: Half Face Devil

Global Colours Halloween How-To’s: Half Face Devil

In this ‘Global Colours Halloween How-To’, I’ve recreated a fan favourite for those of you who just can’t choose! The half ‘n’ half face is always a popular makeup technique among party goers, I’ve decided to show you how to create a classic: Devil Half-Face! I’ve also included a simple ‘Brow Block’ and how to make DIY horns. Follow along with me step by step and paint your own!

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Global Colours, FX Library

Global Colours, FX Library

he complete set of our new FX palette range! 4 professionally designed palettes boasting 48 unique FX colours and consisting of cream, camouflage, alcohol activated Inks and Compact Powder pigments. Have your own entire special effects colour library at your fingertips, perfect for the FX beginner or makeup professional.

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Ink FX Palette

Ink FX is made up of 12 dehydrated, pure pigments that when reactivated with Isopropyl Alcohol, produce a water-resistant finish, in selected Primary colours, Black and White and casualty tones. Ink FX is a truely professional palette, enabling you to create delicate washes of colour and transparent layering to you skin and SPX looks, making them more realistic, increasing their longevity and integrity for continuity.

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Cream FX Palette

Cream FX Palette

ream FX is made up of 12 colour saturated, cream colours, in selected casualty and trauma tones. These cream based colour pigments are perfect for creating realistic casualty makeup fx like burns, scratches, topical abrasions and bruises or skin trauma. We have carefully selected the colours that we think will take the guess work out of mixing these trauma shades, creating hues that will be SFX staples, such as your blood and vein tones. We have also included a pure white and jet black, as we thought it is important for artists to be able to tint, tone and add shade to their colour mixes.

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Optillusion Fx Palette

Optillusion Fx Palette

Optillusion FX is made up of 12 pressed pigment, powder colours, in selected warm, cool and neutral and bright tones. These powder based colour pigments are perfect for creating depth and dimension to your 3D Looks, dry brushing gradient colour on your edges and adding shade, highlight and draping to your makeup looks where you want a soft ombre edge.

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Cover FX Palette

Cover FX Palette

Cover FX is one of our four new SFX colour palettes now available! The palettes are available separately or can be purchased together as a full FX Library. Cover FX is made up of 12 super pigmented cream colours, in selected Warm, Cool and neutral skin colours and...

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Tooth Paint

Tooth Paint

This brush on tooth enamel is specifically designed for creating the finishing toothy touches to your character, stage and special effects makeup looks.

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Cosmetic Glue

Cosmetic Glue

For those of you who haven’t used this glue before, it is a cosmetic adhesive safe for the eye-area, face and body, designed to dry clear and have a long lasting, waterproof stick. Perfect for glitter tattoos and face gems, this glue is a universal kit must have. Our adhesive is also a great alternative to spirit gum or Prosaide to glue down eyebrows or adhere fx appliances.

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High Flow Acrylics

High Flow Acrylics

Photo by Kate Martin, of @Coloursbykate High Flow line of acrylic paints is a professional quality, intensely pigmented low viscosity paint which can be used for pouring art, marbling, liquid art, painting, drawing, staining, inking, airbrushing, mixed media and...

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