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Bride of Frankenstein, Easy DIY costume idea. This is Cal O'Ween!

hello all this is calloween and if you,love halloween as much as i do you may,want to hit that subscribe button,because i'm going to be showing you how,to create some really awesome costumes,without breaking the bank,today we're going to be creating,a very easy,very inexpensive costume that's always a,classic,the bride of frankenstein,let's get started,you want to talk about an easy costume,prepare to be amazed all you're going to,need,a white long sleeve shirt any white long,sleeve shirt choose a lighter material,because you know you will be draped on i,got this one at the thrift store for,4.98,this is just a king-sized white sheet,that i also got at the thrift store and,it was,3.98,i have some white thread i have some,white ribbon,and i have some,medical tape there's my crazy wig which,i already had,so i didn't pay anything for that and my,everyday my boots aren't gonna show,anyway boots that i wear for just any,costume that needs a shoe and the shoes,aren't gonna show so,that's them,that's the entire costume so let's get,started,so you want to lay out your white sheet,flat or as flat as you can,we're going to be cutting a head hole,right in the middle,and i can tell where the middle is,because it's where it was folded,and there's the same amount on either,side,so i'm going to cut a head hole and from,there i'm going to show you some,progress shots,of,the rest of what i do i am not going to,be,hemming,the perimeter because i think it'll look,really cool,with just the natural you know jagged,edges or you know even just,a ragged cut cloth,we're talking about a mad scientist,that built,a woman for his,man,so he didn't know anything about fashion,he just put a ripped rips duds on her so,that's what we're doing,so we're ready for makeup we are doing,the bride of frankenstein,obviously very pale,white um i may mix in a little bit of,gray,i have done the bride of frankenstein,before on a couple of different,occasions uh one time i did half my face,the bride of frankenstein and half,frankenstein it's just a cute little,face idea if you don't want to get into,the whole costume i did have a dress,that had images of both of them on it,that year i even did one side of my hair,like crazy and slicked back the other,side,so that was kind of cool,and i've done the full costume which i,actually,created again,um because i had gotten rid of that,costume i've gotten rid of a lot of,stuff again didn't think i'd be doing,this so first thing i'm gonna do,get my face white,and i have my ben nye,in cloud white,i definitely gonna have my gray,midnight,aqua and gray,and i will put down in the description,everything that i've used so that way,you'll know what to get,and you can,use meiron or ben nye interchangeably i,just i've always used the ben nye,products i have my final seal as well,that's for after the fact i don't use,this unless i'm going out but i just,want to share with you,obviously if you're doing a costume,you're probably going somewhere you're,going to want to get final steal,i would suggest getting a big bottle,it'll last you for a few years,if you're using it sparingly if you're a,cosplayer and you do costumes all the,time it may not last as long but it just,seals on the makeup so that you um,you're not getting makeup everywhere now,this makeup does not rub off or melt off,like a cream but it comes off in the,kind of like a powder you know so it,will come off as powder prints,everywhere,time to white our face,now the white i recently ordered three,of these they do make it in a larger um,container as well which is 15 but they,didn't have those available when i,ordered,so i ordered three because white is as a,color,that if you do a lot of costumes you're,going to be using a lot of white so,i always order them you know several at,a time and then if you do order several,like on ebay,they give you a little deal like a,couple bucks off if you order like two,or three so that's kind of cool also,before i started whiting my face use the,elmer's glue and um i glued my eyebrows,down,if you notice that my eyebrows looked a,little crazy that's why,this is such an easy costume and,obviously you have if you're going as a,pair brighter frankenstein and,frankenstein it's it's a no-brainer,it's always easy it's always loved,because people love frankenstein they,love the bride of frankenstein it's just,a classic so,anywhere you go people are going to know,who you are,what you're trying to do there's no,mystery involved,it's just a classic monster costume we,love that,and it's pretty and you can make her,sexy you know make her in a s get a,shorter dress and wrap it and maybe wrap,it in gauze or or something like that,you can make her more sexy if you're,into the sexy costumes,i don't really do sexy,um it's just not my thing,i've never really been sexy,and i just personally i like a more true,to life,character more realistic i guess,now that i've white in my face and i'm,gonna i went all the way down to my neck,because my neck will show,and i'm gonna be whiting my hands too or,after i put my costume on most likely,because you don't want to get it all,over well it's a white costume anyway,but it probably won't show i've got the,gray i'm going to do some,accenting around my face,so this is going to be very similar to,the lizzie borden,uh costume that we did as far as makeup,goes up to this point,because i want to put some gray in there,i don't want to just look stark white i,think always adding some grays,for good measure you know you want to,highlight your attributes so,i've got some going on with my cheeks,there,and i wanted to do this while the white,was still a little wet,because if you don't,you see it's happening right here,the wet or the white got a little too,dry,so i'm just going to um use the white to,blend it a little bit better,as per my usual order of operations,let's just start with our eyebrows my,pencils are really being,ignoramuses today they're not sharpening,like i want to,and uh it's kind of making me upset a,little bit,they're just breaking every time i,sharpen i can try here,i have pictures of the bride of,frankenstein from the original black and,white,and,her eyebrows go up like a vulcan i think,i say that right remember my fairy video,where we did the eyebrows sort of going,up that's what we're doing today i'm,just gonna have the eyebrows kind of,going up and i may have to deal with my,liquid liner just because uh my pencils,just aren't cooperating the trusty,liquid liner if you have a pencil and,it's working great,you use it this is not typically,what i like to do anytime i'm doing,brows i always use a pencil but it's,nice and dark nonetheless,probably going to do a cat eye,i'm going to do lashes,just because um just to add a little,drama,so like that,and i'm just gonna shape it,since i'm doing the liquid it's gonna,it's taking a little longer here but,it'll look really good,that's what we're going for,just a wicked eyebrow that's going,straight up,since it's taking me a little longer i,just did it off camera but it's real,easy to do with a pencil,um a lot easier than doing it with a,liquid liner probably but if you can do,it with a liquid liner and you want to,it does work really well it just takes a,little bit longer just to get it,just right,but it will stay very well,and,this is the same thing we're going to be,using,for the little bit of a cat eye we're,going to have,and that's the maybelline waterproof,ultra liner the liquid liner,this stuff stays on,you can put your face up in a hurricane,and it'll probably,won't budge so that's the only reason i,keep buying it even though sometimes,it's shoddy,and watery,so um but anyway,that's what i'm gonna do i'm gonna do,the other one,got my eyebrows done now i'm just gonna,do a little bit of a cat eye um i don't,think i'm gonna go too crazy with it,and i'm gonna do my eyelashes after that,it's a pretty easy makeup um,we're gonna do some stitches right along,the,lining of our jawline,this is a nice easy one,if you're going to a party you need,something quick,quick idea,um,for frankenstein that's easy too,he just wears a black suit,paint them green you know huh,which then knight does carry a,frankenstein green,and it's perfect for frankenstein it's,not real green,like super green like the emerald green,it's perfect for frankenstein get my get,my cat eye on,it did end up being a little crazier,than i,i originally had planned but,that's how it is when i do cat eye,it's never the same,and it's never perfect really,or exactly how i want it it's just,however it turns out,just wanted some eye drama,all right one eye is done i want to do,the other eye,that's about right i'm just going to,match that right up,also i wanted to mention you might ask,yourself why did i use a king-size sheet,instead of just buying some material for,this costume,and the reason why i do that or i go to,thrift stores to find materials and,things like that,is because,it's cheaper,than buying material if you were to buy,you know two three yards of material to,make this costume it might cost you 15,16 20 bucks,and this king size sheet,it was very clean it even still smelled,like bleach from whoever had it before,and it cost me 3.98,so this is the whole reason i'm doing,this channel is for,costumes like this,where you know people go out they think,they need to spend you know 50 60 70 on,a costume you can make something legit,and this whole costume because i had,some of the items already i had the,boots i had the wig i had the makeup i,mean it cost me like 10 bucks,to do this costume,so and even if you were to go out and,buy the makeup and the wig and the shoes,it would cost less than 30.,so,pretty cool,eyes are done,and they look awesome,so we're going to add some mascara,i'm going to use i think a little bit of,blush too just to,kind of just just like i would it's,going to be a dark black,or black in color,just to highlight my cheekbones a little,bit,this is in preparation for our false,lashes,i'm really excited because,my daddy is going to,make a bar,in the closet of well i have a huge,closet,in my garage and he's going to put a bar,in there for my halloween costumes,because i don't know if you see the mess,over here but my costumes are getting,out of control i actually had to move,them out of my halloween room,because they weren't fitting anymore,like i couldn't even,i wouldn't be able to put a paper clip,in between my clothes so i had to move,them out they're taking up so much space,and i have a huge closet in there so,he's going to add a bar in there and i'm,going to be able to hang my my costumes,in there,so that's really exciting whoops i got,excited and,messed up,oh man dang,i'll just go over it with the white,it'll be fine,look at that,unbelievable,i was on a roll too,a little more witness fixed it,no problem,so yeah,that'll be really awesome but for the,time being they're just kind of,laid out on my little futon here,hopefully he can get that done soon but,he's also doing renovation in my,bathroom,so,i'm keeping him busy i've always been a,pain in the butt,uh for him he's probably like oh my,goodness,when does it end,but anyway um,so i think the next thing i'm going to,do is go ahead and do my stitches on my,bottom jaw line,and i'm going to just do that with the,liquid liner that i've been using for my,brows and my,my cat eyes,for this you can use pencil,you could probably even use an acrylic,paint if you wanted to i have done that,for costumes before,just trying to do a straight line,and i don't do straight lines well,this is not necessarily straight it's,kind of curvy,because my jaw is curved,so i just drew a line,right on my jawline,now make stitches,this stuff will work well it'll stay on,for you,all night or whatever you're doing,i have a love hate relationship with,this stuff,finally got a pencil to sharpen a little,bit so i'm gonna line my waterline with,a black pencil,i'm already looking like her,ow,i got the wood part,i'm telling you these pencils are giving,me a hard time today,so i did add a little gray up top here,with my aqua my great aqua midnight,i just went,doo doo doo doo i put on my eyelashes,i added a little bit of just a tiny bit,of this uh,this darker it's like a midnight,uh,navy sort of color in this vegan beauty,kat von d palette that i have,you can use any you know just a dark,color i just added a little bit just to,accent on my cheeks now i'm going to,line,my lips with black pencil,and fill in with a bright red lipstick,so that's pretty much that'll be it and,then we,get ready and take pictures,i have a black just a regular pencil,here,that i'm doing the lines with,i'm going just outside of my natural lip,line,as i usually always do,and i'm just gonna line and then i'm,going to,fill in with the red easy peasy,these pencils really aren't not being my,best friends today like they are just,not wanting to sharpen,or anything,so now i'm going to take my red,just a red lipstick this is maybelline,uh ruby something,ruby for me,i'm just gonna fill in,with the ruby,and this just really makes her female,and stand out she had red lips anyway,and that's it,we're ready for our close-ups,i will be taking my medical tape and i'm,going to wrap my arms,um i'm going to wrap over the long,sleeve white shirt with the medical tape,makeup's done arms are wrapped,hands are white and it's time for photos,thank you so much for joining me again,today i hope you loved today's costume,it's a super easy costume that you can,do for very,cheap,you know there's not a lot involved just,makeup and a white sheet long sleeve,white shirt little medical tape,that'll fix you right up for some reason,every time i put this costume on the,monster mash comes into my head,so maybe that's just me but i hope you,have fun with it if you loved this video,please remember to like subscribe and,share,and i'll see you next time

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DIY Bride of Frankenstein Costume

DIY Bride of Frankenstein Costume

hi there Linda here the frugal crafter,today I'm gonna show you how to make,this no so bright and Frankenstein,costume using supplies from our sponsor,paper mart you can find them online at,www.oneonone.org,cut a toga light costume and I thought,that would be fine the underlaying shell,of the Bride of Frankenstein so I'm just,there this was a man's costume so it's,gonna be really billowy and I've got,these old big chunky boots they're kind,of in fashion back in the 90s and I,still had them so that's gonna be put in,the costume it'll make me a little bit,taller and it'll kind of that um that,kind of clunky clunkiness that um,Frankenstein's monsters are known for uh,the next thing I want to do is I want to,stiffen across the shoulders a little,bit and for that I have a piece of wood,and I'm gonna cover that with some of,this felt to make kind of a kind of like,a batting and this is gonna go across,the back like that and I am just going,to wrap this I'm gonna kind of fold over,the edges like so okay and I'm just,gonna roll it up and then I can pin that,to the shoulders until I'm ready to,stitch it down now for the main part of,the costume I am going to use this,awesome,burlap and this comes in a 10-yard rolls,from paper Mart it's very affordable,they have it in different widths and you,can even get sheets of it and there are,several colors this is um I believe this,is the white or the natural or the net,white natural and they have one that's,more of like a brown natural and also a,moss different colors like that for,whatever events you want to use it for,its really great for holiday decorating,and making wreaths with and stuff like,that so I like to keep it in the prep,until ready to use it and I thought this,fabric being kind of rigid would work,really well to get the feeling of the,Bride of Frankenstein across and I these,are ten yard rolls I got two rolls just,to make sure I'd have enough but what,I'm gonna want to do is actually stitch,to side by side and get a really kind of,nice volumous drape going on here here's,my little felt burrito I got the stick,there wrapped up loosely with felt and I,have used hot glue to secure that,several and several points down the line,and now I've got two five foot four and,a half to five foot long pieces of the,burlap and I'm going to glue them to,this overlapping them and you can tuck,the raw edges under if you want but I,don't think it's really going to be that,big of a deal,in fact after Halloween I might take,this right apart and do something else,with a burlap use a generous amount of,hot glue for this and it's not going to,come part I want to make sure I go I go,a little bit beyond the edge and the top,just so that I have Headroom to tuck and,finish and ends later if I need to and,this is the back,just a living about half of an inch,hangover on the end okay what I've done,here I took the piece that we just glued,and then I took a about the same length,gonna be a little bit shorter probably,four and a half foot length of burlap,and cut it down the middle that's gonna,give me the two side panels to go over,the shoulder so I held them in place,with binder clips and now I'm just gonna,use my hot glue gun to run a bead of,glue right underneath the edge of the,burlap and that's gonna soak through the,reason I have the clips there is because,I really don't want to burn myself and,that will kind of help it structurally,so I just went right underneath each of,those flaps and then since the glue is,right is is back here it's not gonna get,on my dress farm so or on the other part,of the costume which I may not want to,permanently adhere so when I have that,over like that I don't want to quite,send it down the shoulders yet so I'm,afraid that glues not dry but it will,give you an idea of how that's going to,go and I want to attach one more length,of the burlap in the middle to be a to,kind of be the square neck because the,Bride of Frankenstein has but I feel,like I want to make it a little more,stable so I'm gonna take a little bit,more the white felt that I used to cover,the stick and make kind of a little,smock to go in behind the burlap you'll,see that in just a second I've clipped,the smock in place here at the shoulder,so you can kind of see that Ridge there,that's the felt and I can't emphasize,how nice it is to have a mannequin like,this when you're working on a costume,because you can set it to your own your,own size and you don't have to get stop,to try on your clothes all the time so,now I can see how I want to adhere this,and you know keeping with a no sonís of,this costume I'm just gonna hop move,this down just like this and under the,burlap here on the sides and that's,gonna give me a really nice stable bond,and it's gonna hold up definitely,through my to Halloween parties and then,I make it apart make something else with,it,so let me glue that together and then,you,to see the results okay I am here in my,brother Frankenstein costume I showed,you how to make I have my wig on the I,showed you in the other video and my,makeup that I showed you in the other,video it's not really fancy but it's,definitely something that you can do,anybody can do you don't have to be a,makeup artist or a sower or anything I,mean anybody can make this alright so,the last finishing touch on this costume,is to find some gauze and you can get,this at the drugstore or even at the,dollar store department store and you're,gonna want to go around your arms start,with a safety pin to start attaching it,to your sleeve now you might if you live,in a colder climate you may so having a,short sleeve dress underneath you may,want to wear a turtleneck or and some,leggings or something but whatever,you're wearing is started by pinning,your gauze with the safety pin and don't,worry about hiding the safety pin,because you might want to put a few here,and there or look extra um you know,punky and just kind of fun and you want,to kind of spread out the gauze kind of,flatten it out as you go they're,supposed to be four yards in here and,you can let some of your skin show,through as I looked at older pictures of,bryophyte Bride of Frankenstein I,noticed that that in a lot of instances,I mean she just she tore her face wasn't,even really that white it was you know,very minimal makeup and I decided I,wanted to go with that Elsa Lancaster,was a knockout and it was really a fun,great character so I thought I'd stay,true to that not to mention I'm just,using regular um how do we make up from,the drugstore or from the department,store so something you have to order,online so they're just having that,little bit of gauze on your arms it's,going to make a huge difference in your,costume again we're just putting it up,on the side and wrapping it down easy as,pie I hope you try to make your costume,this year making Halloween costumes are,so it's so much fun and you can truly be,anything you want to be when you make,your own costume I want to thank paper,Mart for sponsoring this video today if,you,in need of any of the supplies used,check them out online at,www.steveadubato.org and as always happy

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Bride Of Frankenstein Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Shonagh Scott

Bride Of Frankenstein Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Shonagh Scott

hey everybody welcome back happy,halloween today i have for you this,bridal frankenstein makeup tutorial so,let's get on with it i'm going to start,off by taking some witch hazel and i'm,running that over my eyebrows to remove,any oils from my skin and we're doing,this because we are going to wax down,the brows i'm going to use elma's glue,and i'm going to use this little tp,dental brush to run that through the,brows i've chosen this because the brush,is super tiny so it really does coat,every hair so you get a really nice flat,finish to the eyebrows,you can do a couple of coats of this,glue on its own and it should be,sufficient but because the eyebrows are,super slick and really defined i don't,want to paint over these hairs because i,feel like it won't give the smoothest,finish it will have a bit of a jaggedy,finish so i'm going to apply some final,ball cap over my eyebrows so i'm going,in with some witch hazel to remove any,of the elmer's glue obviously this step,is completely optional you do not have,to do it it's just because i'm a,perfectionist once the skin is,completely dry i'm going in with,pros-aide adhesive and this is going,around the circumference of my eyebrows,this is where the vinyl ball cap is,going to stick to now don't worry if you,get this on your hairs because you can,remove it one of my favorite removers,for all kinds of prosthetics whether,it's the glue the actual prosthetic,itself the ball cap is called pro clean,and you can get it from the makeup,family so this is a little bit of vinyl,from the end of a ball cap and i'm gonna,use this over my eyebrows as i said the,reason for this again is to give me the,most smooth finish which means i don't,have to paint over the texture of my,hair because i really want the eyebrows,to be as sleek as possible so using both,hands i'm stretching that vinyl over my,eyebrow and when you let go it does feel,really tight but as soon as you start to,remove the excess product from the board,cap you almost adjust and you can't feel,it anymore it's really bizarre so to,remove the excess vinyl i'm using some,acetone in a rolling motion against the,skin to flatten that so that you get a,seamless finish and i always roll it,towards the prosthetic that way you're,really flattening it against the skin,so for the skin tone i'm mixing together,armani luminous silk in shade two and a,little bit of the krylon super color in,white so if you have a foundation you,want to use make sure you're going for a,shade that's alabaster or lighter,i'm bouncing that over the skin and over,the eyebrows using my beauty blender and,i'm going to apply this in a couple of,layers,again i don't want this to necessarily,be clown white but i do want it to be,very very fair it is more of a,theatrical version so it will be quite,thick but then it is halloween it is for,an evening look so don't be afraid to,layer it also take it down your neck and,then set it in place i've chosen to use,the translucent powder by laura mercier,this isn't a white translucent powder,like many this actually has a bit more,of a flesh color tone to it the reason,i've opted for this one is because it,brings down the white ever so slightly,and just makes it more of a believable,very very fair skin tone and then over,the brows i'm using a very soft brush to,apply extra powder and then i'm going in,with a second layer of the cream this is,where it does start to get quite thick,but it will give you complete opacity,which is exactly what we want for this,look and then i'm using the sponge with,the powder to press that into the skin,for the eyebrows i'm taking the inglot,amc gel eyeliner number 77 which is,black and i'm mixing it with a little,bit of duraline also from inglot which,is a mixing medium it means that the,black becomes slightly more fluid,her eyebrows kind of dip down slightly,at the front they are also quite low at,the front but then they lift as they get,towards kind of the outer third of your,eye and then for the tail of the brow,they lift up with a bit of a flick so it,should look like a nice smooth fluid,motion but it will take you a few goes,to kind of get the shape and thicken it,so just take your time and make sure you,just try and make them as even as,possible,next i'm going into this very old and,well loved louise young palette this is,the essential eyes palette and i'm using,this because i want to use the black so,any matte black eyeshadow will do and,we're going to change the shape of the,nose i'm copying the reference image,that i have up of bride of frankenstein,she has a bit of a dip on the bridge of,her nose in the center and then she has,a bit more of a bulbous tip so i'm,rounding it off slightly to make it look,wider and then slightly shorter at the,front and then just adding some shading,to either side of the nose and it just,gives it a bit more of a shape that she,has,then underneath the bottom lip there's,also some shading it's also slightly,rounded like a bit chubbier around the,mouth area and also there's a cleft to,the chin which i'll add a bit of shade,into later so i'm just making this area,resemble hers it's not to actually look,like her but it's to give the same kind,of feel and i'm also using the same,color that we've got on the face just to,kind of block out the size of the lips,because the actual lipstick itself is a,lot shorter,on a fluffy blending brush i'm taking,some of the matte black eyeshadow and,the matte brown from the palette and i'm,working this through the socket the,brighter frankenstein doesn't actually,have any eyeshadow on as such she does,have a very slightly defined socket so,we are going to put that in and again,this is a theatrical look that's going,to predominantly be worn at night so we,do need it to be quite visible so this,is an area we'll come in and rebuild a,little bit later once you've blended the,first layer going by smaller brush and,be a bit more precise with your socket,line and then again blend it but make,sure that that line starts to become,more obvious,you could also do a smoky eye with this,look similar to my cruella look would,work with this but i wanted to keep it a,bit more,traditional here i'm going back in with,the inglot black gel liner and i'm,taking that across the lid we're not,doing any sort of wing we are just,keeping it a little bit more rounded so,we're keeping it slightly thicker on the,center of the eyelid,like we did with your eyebrows i've,mixed this with the mixing medium called,duraline to make sure it's a little bit,more fluid which makes it easier to work,with,here i'm going back in with my small,detailer brush this is one by zoeva and,i'm reapplying the black brown shade,into the socket this is the perfect,brush for this area because it really,does give you the right thickness for,the socket and it just nestles into that,shape so it automatically gives you a,carbon copy of your socket line then i'm,taking my fluffy blending brush and just,in the edges so it creates a very subtle,shadow to this area but again we're,still keeping it very rounded then i'm,also taking that same shade underneath,the lower eyelashes before softening it,into the cream that we've got underneath,the eyes and remember it's important to,keep the eyes quite round so don't make,it thicker on the outer edge keep it the,same thickness all the way along and,then just soften that with a brush,next i'm going in with a white eyeliner,this is a face liner pencil by krylan,then i'm adding on some eyelashes these,ones are by ardell these are very very,eye-opening they're very round so,they're longer in the very center of the,lid which is perfect for this look she,wore very clumpy mascara so we are going,to go in with a couple of layers firstly,to darken our natural lashes which are,currently white but also to give some,drama to the lashes so they're similar,to the original look but obviously the,lashes just add a little bit more of a,feminine feel i will list and link all,the products i've used in the,description bar so you can get these if,you want to try this look for yourself,the mascara i've chosen to use today is,by bobbi brown it was the one that was,on my desk but it is lovely it's the,smoky lash mascara so i'm really,concentrating on the root of the,eyelashes to coat my natural lashes and,eradicate that white but then also,dragging it up the mid lamps of those,eyelashes to intensify the volume,going back to my black eyeliner i'm,taking this close to the root of my,lower eyelashes and again keeping it,really really rounded so going from the,outer corner towards the inner and then,blending the very seam of that with the,brush that we used in the socket,so if you didn't have round shaped eyes,before you most definitely will after,this the white along the waterline,really helps to open up the eye and make,it look that much bigger which in turn,makes it look rounder,you then just want to apply a coat of,mascara to those lower eyelashes to,match the top ones,once that's done i can see i just wanted,to redefine the socket line a little bit,more making it a little bit more,dramatic so i'm just reapplying some,color there i'm also going to connect,that with the outer corner of the bottom,lid and the reason i do this is just to,emphasize how round the eyes look,once you've done that that's the eyes,complete we're going to move on to the,contouring of the face i'm using the,same colors that i used in the socket,around the forehead i'm also going to,apply that into the hollows of the,cheeks as well,i've chosen to use a grayish tone for,the contour because it adds to that kind,of almost black and white movie finish,but i'm not fully doing a black and,white look because i do want to add a,little bit color to the scars and also,to the lips however i am still keeping,it quite muted so that it does look,old-school movie-like so i've shaded,around the forehead i've also shaded,around the contours of the cheeks i'm,also bringing that down towards the chin,i'm adding a little bit on the chin here,because she does have a cleft you don't,have to do this i just kind of wanted to,change my face so it doesn't look too,much like me but more of a bride of,frankenstein character as i mentioned i,am going to add a bit of color to the,lips this is plum fatale by laura,mercier and i want this to look as,though if it was in color she would have,quite red lips but because of the time,and the decade it is in a black and,white more sepia vibe this would be the,finish that she would have,so i'm cracking a bit more of a rosebud,pout,not taking it as wide as my natural lip,line and then i'm going to create a bit,more of an ombre finish to the lips so,i'm taking a small pointy brush by,anastasia beverly hills and i'm using,the caviar stick in the shade tuxedo by,laura mercier and i'm using this to kind,of darken the outer edges and bring it,in slightly to almost create a bit more,of a power in the center,and you can see by adding the shade into,the sides of the lips it almost,emphasizes this poutiness to the lips,and also the chubbiness of the chin for,the scars around the face the actual,bride of frankenstein has them,underneath her jaw and around the side,of her neck,so i decided to take inspiration from,the bride of frankenstein that rick,baker created from mac cosmetics and he,did the similar style to what i'm doing,here the top half was a bit wider,because he actually added some fake,screws to the temple area and the actual,makeup itself was different they didn't,do the original brother frankenstein,brows which i've done so to get around,that and being able to keep the brows,i've made the actual temple area a lot,smaller,i'm using the shiseido arch liner ink to,create these stitches now this eyeliner,is so perfect for those of you that have,smaller eyes or you prefer a more,precise eyeliner because it really has a,tiny tip and it's slightly angled so it,makes for creating eyeliner a lot easier,i'm going along and just changing some,of the angles of the stitches some of,them are going to be crosses some of,them are just straight and these ones,are a little bit more basic than the,ones i did for sally from the nightmare,before christmas so if you want,something a bit more theatrical and a,bit more interesting then go check that,out because it really is quite fun,i've turned an eyeliner brush over and,i'm dipping it into a bit of black paint,and i'm just creating some dots on,either side of the stitch marks to make,it look as if they kind of sink into the,skin,then i'm taking a small amount of black,paint and i'm really watering it down,just to add a little bit of depth to,these scars it doesn't have to be,anything too artistic it just needs to,create a little bit more depth,then i'm going back to my anastasia,beverly hills number three pointed liner,brush and i'm dipping it into a small,amount of the brown eyeshadow with a,tiny bit of the black so basically the,same as what we used on the eye socket,and the contour and i'm using this,around each of the red painted wounds,and i'm making sure to leave a little,gap between the shading and the wounds,so it has a pale edging to it which adds,to that three-dimensional effect and by,doing this it means you don't have to go,with a highlight shade if you do want to,see what it looks like go in a little,bit more full-on with the highlight and,contour for this style of scarring again,check out my sally tutorial,once i've put the brown in i'm going in,with a brush that has a tiny amount of,the base color left in the bristles and,i'm using that to blend the eyeshadow,out because we have set the face it will,be harder to create the perfect blend,but if you've got a brush that has a,little bit of product in the bristles it,will help with the blending,i'm using the same eyeshadow on a tiny,fine liner brush to add a slight shading,around the stitch line and like before,you want to apply this slightly further,away from the actual paint so that you,get a false sense of a highlight shade,it was at this point i realized i was,supposed to want to zoom meeting and i,was in the middle of painting my face so,tommy brought the zoom to me so about,half an hour later i was able to,continue so these are the scars finished,i'm now just going to put the wig on,that i made i've separated the front of,my hair out and i'm pinning the rest of,my hair up and i'm going to pop on a wig,cap and then i'm going to pin it in,place so it doesn't slip back because i,want the front of my hair to go over the,front of the wig because this isn't a,lace front one,so this is the wig i had it actually had,a white stripe in the center i think,it's supposed to be like a really naff,cruella wig so i cut the bulk of the,hair away from the crown and i built up,a little totem pole of donuts,and then i lifted the hair around the,donuts and cut the remaining length of,the hair away and then i used pins and,hairspray to kind of build the hair up,over the donuts,and then the white stripe that i cut out,of the center i then placed up either,side at the length of the hair to give,her that classic white stripe finish,so i placed that over the wig cap i'm,now pinning it to the wig cap itself and,you can see why i've left my fringe out,because it's not a lace front wig and,it's got a kind of thick seam i need to,disguise it so by leaving my hair out i,can pin it to the wig and then paint it,black,and then that way it will look like it,actually comes from my head rather than,this really crappy,beginning to the wig and looking,obviously bulky like a wig if you have,time and patience you can pull the white,strands down to meet your natural,hairline and just stick them there so,they look like they come out of your,head i just decided to leave them where,they work because i still thought they,look good,in the meantime tommy cut out some foam,to create the kind of bulky shoulder,pads that she has and we took an old,white bed sheet and tommy just cut out a,square panel at the front and then he,wrapped my arms in some bandages and,this was the final result,i hope you really love it please give,the tutorial a thumbs up if you did,don't forget to share it with your,friends and family all the products i've,used will be listed linked in the,description bar come follow me outside,of youtube over on instagram show me,makeup and i'll see you next week happy,halloween guys

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❤️ Bride Of Frankenstein Cosplay Costume & Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Victoria Lyn Beauty

❤️ Bride Of Frankenstein Cosplay Costume & Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Victoria Lyn Beauty

hey beauties and welcome to my first,Halloween tutorial for the month of,October there will be many more to come,so be sure to subscribe now I thought I,would start this month off with,something classic that screams Halloween,and what better than the Bride of,Frankenstein the Bride of Frankenstein,was filmed in 1935 and is an iconic,sci-fi horror film that can be,recognized by just about everyone this,film can only be seen in black and,whites and we will never actually know,what color she was wearing as said she's,entirely made of flaws but stitched,together with good intentions today I'm,gonna show you my take on the classic,and iconic horror film character the,Bride of Frankenstein so to start this,look out we're gonna be blocking out our,brows using a washable glue stick just,apply this to the edges of your eyebrows,and comb the hairs up using a spoolie,you want these hairs to lay straight and,flat you can keep applying this glue,until it feels pretty flat and to check,on it apply a translucent powder over,the brows if you can see any lines or,the powders taping up into the hairs go,back in with a few more layers of that,glue and clean up with a makeup wipe as,you go to conceal the brows I'd go in,with the Marc Jacobs remarkable,foundation and then Mac sugaring white,face powder to start the brows begin by,filling in where your natural brow,starts and just pull the color straight,back toward your ears you can fill them,in however you'd like but in the movie,her brows are pinned straight and to,build them in I'm just using the pomade,and then a black eye shadow to add in,definition,for the eyes the first thing you're,gonna want to do is Prime and set your,lids with a powder to make sure the,eyeshadow lasts and blends easier for,shadow i'm using the tartlet palette,because it's very cool tone and perfect,for this look you can also use a purple,or grey shadow as well I'm taking the,shade bestfriend and applying this above,my actual crease and just mapping out,where I want my cut crease to go to cut,the crease take the shade bombshell or a,dark purple eyeshadow and begin to,define the line taking the tart shape,tape concealer in the fair I'm going to,cut the lid up against a line and set it,with Mac Shivering white face powder for,the wing I'm using the NYX Cosmetics,matte liquid liner and creating a,dramatic wing leaving the cut crease,open after I'm just gonna apply some,mascara to my lashes and go ahead and,apply your favorite lashes of choice for,this look I'm using the Koko lashes and,the style goddess now to get started on,this face prime matte skin with,something that's going to moisturize it,and keep it feeling soft because we're,going for a very matte look that,requires a lot of powder to make sure,that you prime with something very,hydrating for the white base I'm using,NYX Cosmetics stay matte not flat,foundation and mixing it with the white,foundation mixer this is very white and,a combo I use for a lot of looks that,require me to look like a ghost,I used the same combo in my Harley Quinn,makeup tutorial and it works great for,highlight under the eyes I'm going into,Mac shivering white again and applying,this right underneath my eyes this is,another favorite of mine for ghost pale,looks because it's white enough to,highlight and conceal with for contour,i'm using the lunatik labs contour,palette and taking a lavender shade,first and applying this to the hollows,of my cheeks I'm going for a dead look,so I'm using more grays and purples to,contour instead of the normal warm,bronzer shades you would use on an,everyday basis after I've applied the,lavender I'm going in with a grey cement,color and applying this right at the,front of my ears and bringing this,forward to make myself look skinnier and,dead I brought this down around my mouth,as well to thin out my nose I just use,the same exact shades,moving back to the eyes I'm taking the,shade force of nature from the tartlet,palette but you can also use a light,taupe brown and I'm just buffing this,into the lower lash line next I'm gonna,take a black to create you bottom wing I,pretty much just line it up with the,wing on my lid and made it sharp and,shoot straight out lastly to finish off,the eyes I always like to apply some,mascara to my lower lashes for lips I'm,taking this ombre lip duo by mix and I'm,taking the black side first lining the,lips and then filling in the corners of,my lips then I'm gonna take the red side,and I'm gonna fill in the center of my,lips which will create that ombre effect,I also took the shade perfect red by NYX,which is a much lighter brighter red and,I filled in the center as well just to,add some more color so to map out the,stitches take a white liner and draw two,lines connecting from the front of your,ears down to your jaw line and under,back around to the back of your ears,I brought my now a little more than the,brides because I really wanted them to,be seen more you can do them however,you'd like though after I left the mouth,I started mixing Parts A and B of third,degree which is an SFX type of silicone,molding compound perfect for scars or,stitches after I mix equal parts of both,I'm applying this onto the stitch lines,with a spatula I first went over with a,thin layer and then added a bit more,wait a minute or two until it's tacky,and almost set and then go back in with,the spatula cutting directly down in the,middle of the third degree,so now for the body I'm using mehron,paradise paint and white and apply this,all over your chest area and your arms,this works like a charm and is very easy,to apply,you can control the consistency of this,with water so you can make as creamy or,watery as you need it to be,it's so perfect for Halloween looks I'm,gonna contour my chest a little bit as,well to make myself look a little,skinnier and dead and today I'm using a,dark grey purple shade and the lunatik,lapse contour palette the same palette I,used on my face when contouring your,chest just suck in a little bit and feel,around fill your bones and wherever your,bone is contour up against it and you,will get this same effect everybody's,body is different so you have to kind of,feel around a bit and shade where you,feel it's meeting for the body stitches,I didn't in the same way I did my facial,stitches I just knocked them out and,then also applied the third degree,molding compound the way I did the arm,stitches complements the costume because,my costume has some slits and the arm,area so it will really showcase these,stitches but feel free to do them,however you like and whatever pattern,you desire the fill in the stitches I,went in with a thin lip brush and a,brown and grease paint I filled the line,in that we cut straight down into and,this will add a lot of depth to the,stitch after I've filled in with the,brown I went back in with a maroon,shader right over the top just to,lighten it up a little bit,taking a brush I'm going to rub up,against the greasepaint and around the,stitch line to create some irritation,this is going to make it look infected,and irritated and in all actuality if,you were stitched together you aren't,going to look perfectly stitched there,would probably be some irritation around,those stitches to set the greasepaint,I just went over the top of the stitches,with a translucent powder to prevent any,bleeding or moving around of the product,so now I'm going to begin applying the,stitches I first am laying down some,liquid latex with a spoolie and then,placing some double dot of thread over,the top and spreading out into an X I,pre knotted these stitches and real,stitches are double knotted they look a,lot like this if you want to look legit,use a real thread this tutorial really,does not give it justice compared to how,it looks in person it's disgustingly,real I must say it just looks so real,also make sure that you trim the thread,pretty short I'm just using a small pair,of scissors to cut that thread so for,the wig I bought a wig from Amazon that,was a reasonable price I'll link it,below for you guys it was a very curly,black wig I knew I was never going to,get the look I wanted unless I did this,myself and I couldn't help but laugh my,butt off that how I've looked at this,point oh my gosh you could probably use,this wig if you wanted to be jigsaw from,saw but that's just me,anyways I first braided the top a bit,and then I wrapped that braid around on,the top of the wig and I pinned it down,into the wig then I took a Pepsi bottle,that is cut in half,and I'd pin that right up against the,braid this is a similar technique that,you use when you're trying to create,that cindy-lou who hair from the Grinch,who stole Christmas it's the same exact,thing I recommend getting someone to,help you pin at the top of the hair,because it is very hard to reach in this,case I had my mom help me,for the white pieces on the side of her,hair I use some clip-in extensions I've,had three years from way back in the day,when I had blonde hair I sprayed them,with some white hair color you can pick,this up at spirit of Halloween and then,I put them under the wig and pin them up,super simple and easy to do as for my,costume,I actually got this at the spirit of,Halloween and this is a mummy costume I,thought it would look great with this,look make it look more modern and ask,for the bolts,also block them expiry and I cut them,off the plastic band and just attach,them using some spirit gum and this is,my final look on the Bride of,Frankenstein I hope you guys enjoyed my,take on this classic horror film,character make sure you like this video,if you did enjoy it and subscribe for,more Halloween looks coming from me or,else,mwah ha ha ha I'm just kidding but,thanks for watching and I'll see you,guys in my next video,you

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Bride Of Frankenstein Rick Baker Inspired Halloween Tutorial

Bride Of Frankenstein Rick Baker Inspired Halloween Tutorial

you,hey everyone welcome back to my channel,so for today's Halloween look I decided,to recreate this Bride of Frankenstein,and this is actually really inspired by,Kevin Baker who's an amazing artist that,I will link down below the book that,said let's go ahead and get started I'm,going to start off by applying a light,foundation this is in the shade,porcelain and it's bare minerals bare,skin foundation and I'm just buffing it,with the brush that is especially made,for this foundation and then I'm going,to actually add a little bit of white,into the mix just to make my skin even,paler and this is just from my makeup,forever flash palette I'm going to apply,that pretty much anywhere that my skin,is showing and I'm going to set that,with a powder I'm using my Monica dark,powder and c2 but you guys could use a,translucent powder if you don't have,that now I'm going to cover the ends of,my brows if you have thicker brow so you,may want to use a glue stick and there's,plenty of tutorials online for that and,I'm going into this LA Colors eyebrow a,trio and I'm taking the darkest shade,which is kind of a black charcoal e,color and I'm going to start to fill in,the brows and instead of going in the,actual shape of my brow bone I'm gonna,take that brow straight up and towards,the temple and give myself a spock-like,brow all of our shadows are going to be,very angular so we want to keep,everything going that direction now I'm,just applying a Mac soft ochre Paint Pot,and then I'm going to set that with a,white eyeshadow and that's going to,serve as our base so now I'm picking up,a light brown eyeshadow and I'm sort of,mapping out where I want my cut crease,to be and this is also going to serve as,our transition shade and as you can see,I'm taking it all the way back to the,temple now I'm taking this color by,Anastacio Beverly Hills in deep brown,and I'm further deepening that cut,crease and blending the color upwards,so for the last shade in the crease I'm,just picking up a black eye shadow this,is LBD by Anasazi of Beverly Hills and,as you guys can see I'm using a tiny,little brush to kind of outline the cut,crease first and then I'm just going to,kind of move the product around with the,blending brush and sweep it upwards so,that it has a really nice gradient into,the dark brown and then into the light,brown now I didn't want to go too crazy,and paint my whole face green but to,incorporate a little bit of green I'm,actually taking this shadow by morphe,and I'm applying it in my inner under,brow I don't know what I would call that,and my temple you guys can see what I'm,doing and then I'm packing on Mac the,long type which is kind of a white matte,eyeshadow and I'm just going to pack,that onto my lid now it's time to create,a pretty fierce wing I'm taking my Sigma,gel liner in wicked and a zoeva angled,brush to create this and I found by,using this brush it made it actually,really easy but um yeah I'm just,building a wing here and then to make it,darker I'm using NYC liquid liner just,to go over that next you want to apply,some false lashes and surprise-surprise,I'm using hosta blush as iconic you guys,know these are my jam I pretty much use,them all the time,I'm sorry,lastly for the eyes you want to take a,black liner and go ahead and line your,waterline and kind of bring it down,pretty far on the outer edge of the,bottom lash line and then go ahead and,blend it out with a pencil brush now,it's time to hollow out our cheekbones,and I'm using a contour shade from,honest Asti of Beverly Hills and looking,back this video green eyeshadow would,have looked really nice as the contour,so if you guys want to do that instead I,think it would look really nice and I'm,going to apply a quick quote quote quick,coat of Eiko mascara to my lashes for,the lips I'm just going to be using mac,cosmetics night moth lip liner and I'm,gonna give my lips the shape that I want,first and just use the same exact pencil,to fill them in I'm also going to be,using this pencil to create the stitches,on my face so that's a big reason why I,like this look you just need makeup you,don't need any crazy special effects,things to create this look you'll see in,a second how easy it is so first you,want to map out where you want your,stitches to be and as you can see I'm,using a really light hand just in case I,mess up and then once you get the shape,you're going to go back with the pencil,and really deepen those lines up,so now after we've done that I'm going,to lightly take the pencil and draw a,line on each side of the stitches so one,on one side one on the other side and,just leaving a little bit of space in,between those three lines all together,and I'm going to take a pencil brush and,just start blending out those lines and,I'm not blending out the actual stitch,that we drew first just the lines that,we just drew on the sides of the stitch,by doing this it's going to make your,stitches look three-dimensional and real,to add a few highlights to the stitches,I'm using my makeup forever white from,the flash palette and you guys can use a,white eyeliner for this but I'm just,highlighting around the stitch to make,the stitch look deeper because white is,going to bring the outside of the stitch,forward going back with the night mouth,lip pencil I'm just going to do the,opposing stitches here and you guys can,make these any direction you want I'm,making an X here and then on the end of,these stitches I'm doing little dots so,that they look more like stitches and,that is your scar pretty much done you,can go ahead and take your pencil brush,and blend any edges if you need to so a,lot of you guys asked about my top on,Instagram and it's really funny because,I'm actually just wearing a corset,halter top but I found this fabric at a,Halloween shop I think they use it to,decorate bushes or tablecloths and I,wrapped it in the straps so for the,bolts of my neck I found these lotions,that have the perfect little caps that,look kind of like bolts i spray-painted,them silver or you could use silver nail,polish and I attached them to my neck,with a glue called pros-aide and a,similar glue would be spirit gum which,they sell at Halloween stores but I,think pros-aide works better and,originally I was going to use toothpaste,caps for the bolt so try to find any,caps around your house that may work and,they should look something like this,then I popped on some yellow contacts,which I got from a local Halloween store,and for the wig crispy and I actually,made it from a regular black wig that I,had and we just stuffed it with some,foam clipped in some white extensions to,the sides and teased it,like crazy and that is it for this,tutorial I hope you guys enjoyed the,video give it a thumbs up if you did and,I'll see you guys in my next video

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Bride of frankenstein Hair Tutorial | Using a Soda Bottle

Bride of frankenstein Hair Tutorial | Using a Soda Bottle

hello YouTube welcome back thank you so,much for watching so today I'm gonna be,doing the the hair of the hair for Bride,of Frankenstein amateurs good jump and,so basically I'm gonna be grabbing a,ponytail in the middle of my head on top,of my head in the middle of the back on,my crown and I'm gonna be taking a small,ponytail and that ponytail is going to,be my base so I'm gonna be doing a braid,a straight regular normal braid so you,pin that all around with some bobby pins,so now what I did I grabbed a soda pop,soda bottle and cut it in half and I'm,taking this fishnet and putting it on,top of that braid that we just did fun,the big donut buns but the donut bun,that I had it wasn't big enough and I've,only had one so the the lump if it were,gonna be super high like I wanted to so,the best thing I thought of it was this,soda bottle now I'm gonna be grabbing,the hairs that's a closer to our soda,bottle and I'm just gonna be covering,that bottle with two here and I'm gonna,be place to get it over and just pick it,pick and just pinning it down put some,bobby pins now if you have short hair,you can use some extensions or if you,don't want to do this whole process you,can also buy a wig but since that I have,a wig or anything I wanted to try it,with my hair so I went with this nut,just going all over are all around to,cover it this soda bottle all around so,whatever is left in the front I'm gonna,be throwing it so don't worry if you,could see the soda bottle like this at,this time because you're gonna be,covering it again with your rest of the,hair,so I wanna be grabbing the sections that,it's left and we're just gonna keep,coming here I actually saw this girl do,it on YouTube,I do not know her knee but she was the,one that did this method and I wanted to,see if I could do it and actually pretty,not turned out pretty easy it wasn't,hard as I thought it was it was it was,going to be sewn up were just going to,be teasing the cross that I just said,and I'm gonna be placing it up and,putting it for some bobby pins,so I'm done curling over here and now,I'm going to be teasing the hair and,placing it upwards so just tease and,place it upwards to cover it not a model,that we have and it doesn't have to be,perfect you guys the Messier and the,frizzy the hair to freeze the more,frizzy hair house the better is that,curl that I pinned down so I wanted to,spray my hair with some hairs with them,with a paint hair spray and for some,reason it wasn't taking it wasn't taking,it the color wasn't showing up it was,why I mean I guess because of my hair,color I don't know but I just went in,with some some face of white paint and I,just put that in the hair to act to have,the white stripes as the Bride of,Frankenstein and it actually turned out,pretty good and I'm gonna be doing the,same thing to the other side,and that's it and we don't have time to,buy away or you just want to do it with,your own hair actually but it's not that,cuz it turned out pretty good and it's,not hard you guys,hey guys this is how I said stuck here,for the Bride of Frankenstein using a,style bottle it's super easy right,it was kind of easy wasn't it wasn't,hard you guys if I could do it you could,do it as well because I'm not so good,with here oh if you want to know how I,did my makeup I'll leave a link below or,up here on the annotations so you could,go guys check it out to see how I did it,they could have two complete look for,your Halloween party you guys but yeah,you guys that's it thank you so much for,watching have a blessed day or night and,see you on my next tutorial and don't,forget to subscribe you guys bye bye,you

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DIY Bride Of Frankenstein Wig / Tutorial / Halloween Wig

DIY Bride Of Frankenstein Wig / Tutorial / Halloween Wig

what's going on everyone and welcome,back to my channel I am so excited for,the Halloween season I have decided to,go ahead and do a Bride of Frankenstein,wig tutorial I decided to use this wig I,actually just got it,um and it is a lace front wig it is,really beautiful from far away but if,you can tell the the fibers of it are,very very synthetic and every time I I,put a comb to it it immediately will,just,frizz up so this wig is going to be,perfect for it I recommend getting,something that is kind of cheap because,I'm going to be spraying it and back,combing it and putting lots of hairspray,in it let's get started,so the first thing I did was cut this,gallon plastic jug in half while,actually not fully in half because it,depends on how big you want your,bouffant it is completely up to you you,can go as small or you can go really big,that's what she said,once you're done cutting this you can,actually put it on your wig and kind of,get an idea of where you're going to,want your bouffon to go and once you,have a good general idea you're going to,take a fishnet wig cap and you're going,to just put it over this water bottle,and then what I did after I put this on,there because I didn't like how loose it,was is I took my hot glue gun and I,glued all the way around the inside of,the wig cap at the top to make sure that,it was going to stay in place and I also,glued around the rim of it so that this,was just completely ready to go and now,you have all these holes that you can,pin,bobby pins into so it was perfect,foreign,of course make sure to be careful with,your hot glue gun because it can,definitely burn your fingers as you're,doing this,I definitely would use caution all right,very good crunk I love how easy it is to,make this because you can actually use,this for a Marines when that wig as well,and once it's done it looks just like,this,once I was done with this step it was,time to put it onto my wig and then I,just Bobby pinned it until I couldn't,move this thing at all I actually had to,go to the store and buy more bobby pins,because I just put so many in there but,I really wanted to make sure that that,it was stable so just keep Bobby pinning,until you feel comfortable with the,stability of this bouffon,foreign,once I felt it was stable enough it was,time to start putting the hair around,the plastic fishnet piece so what I did,was as I did pick the strands of hair,closest to the plastic piece because I,did want to back tease and make it just,full and give lots of volume but then I,wanted the pieces that were going to be,on top to be nice and smooth so I did go,ahead and back tease back comb right,with a little teasing comb and then I,just placed it over this fishnet plastic,piece and since you have a bunch of,holes from The Fishnet I could just pin,it to it it was so easy,I did this all the way around the wig,until you couldn't see this plastic,piece anymore,did you know that the Bride of,Frankenstein's towering hairdo was,actually inspired by the Egyptian,princess Nefertiti who wore a similarly,shaped headdress it's pretty cool right,and here's another little tidbit you may,not have known about this amazing look,that was created for her is that the,Bride of Frankenstein's look for her,hair was actually not a wig so what they,did was use her real hair to create the,look she said that they lifted it up,from her face all the way around and,then they placed a cage on her head and,combed her hair over that cage,foreign,it's really coming together it looks so,cute so once I had all of these kind of,pinned up onto the bouffon piece I did,go back in with extra bobby pins and,just stabilized it and got rid of any,kind of flyaways or Little ponytail,looking pieces,foreign,I did go ahead and separate the bang,pieces or the side pieces that I did,want to spray white and got those down,and pulled away from the parts that were,going to be going up into the Buffon,and then I took my got to be glued,hairspray and I just sprayed the whole,bouvant area and then I took my blow,dryer and I went ahead and locked it in,place,foreign,so as you can see at the bottom of my,wig I left some hair in the back because,that piece is the part that lays on your,neck and I didn't want to pull it up,because then it creates this weird look,so I just went ahead and braided the,small pieces of hair that I left down,there and that way it'll just still lay,nicely against the nape of your neck and,then you'll just tuck that braid up,underneath and it'll just lay nice and,smooth and you can also pin that to your,wig cap when you put the wig on,thank you,then I just used a white color spray,that I bought from Walmart or Target,from somewhere and I sprayed the side,parts that are going to go up and create,that variety of Frankenstein look,foreign,foreign,I did leave a lot of side swept bangs,because my plan was to just pull it down,and cover my ears with it and looking,back at it now I do wish that I had,teased the bang part and actually put it,back into the wig and I honestly think,it would have made the wig overall look,aesthetically better but for my first,time making this wig it turned out,amazing it was so easy to make and it,took me less than an hour,foreign,it is time for the grand reveal so sit,down get ready because,I hope you guys loved this wig tutorial,oh my God this wig turned out so amazing,and it was really easy and quick to,piece together and then if you're,wanting to go out in this it's super,comfortable it's not heavy at all it is,a super easy custom to put together,either you can just wear a white wedding,dress or just a white dress of some sort,or you can go a little more crazy and,wear something like this which I'm,wearing a corset and a Frankenstein,t-shirt which I found on Amazon it is a,super cute look along with the wig I'm,pretty sure people will get who you are,and I am so excited for this book,tacular season isn't coming up and if,you guys haven't done this already make,sure you guys hit that subscribe button,and then hit that notification Bell so,that every time I upload a video you,guys will be notified and if you haven't,done so already for this video make sure,you give it a thumbs up because it means,the world to me and it really helps out,my channel I hope you guys have an,amazing rest of your week and I'll see,you guys soon bye

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Mike Hill's Bride of Frankenstein Sculpture

Mike Hill's Bride of Frankenstein Sculpture

hey this is Frank intestine and we're,here at monster Palooza with Mike Hill,Mike's unveiling another one of his,amazing sculptures this one is the,iconic photo of Elsa Lanchester as the,Bride of Frankenstein put matter make up,Mike you killed it again the next boss,is me so a lot of sculptures that that,do things here they be desensitized,portraits but a lot of people don't do,every single step and Mike does like 99%,of this work from sculpt and body,Casting molding paintings punching hair,you do you do it all I think yeah what,one thing is cheaper I'd give it all,whatever thing yeah I like to be in,control of that yeah because I do have,one assistant but yeah I like to keep my,finger in every part of the high end I,think that that's the greatest thing is,like being able to touch like every,little nuance and like really perfected,yeah but what and I think about work is,a part of you and as soon as you like,something else in it has an alien effect,it doesn't belong sometimes you know so,if you're doing a piece of fine I think,that much of the actress's is how it,should really be here it is their souls,in it and you're kind of being a soul,into it too many souls,so so for like like the head you spelt,these from scratch out of wet clay which,is water-based clay it once did adhesive,on me really yeah because the shot was,so hot and I just thought I can't keep,my two minute claim so I didn't shut off,this one but I normally do when you're,right yeah so all these other ones were,pretty much all that always play it yeah,yeah and then so you sculpt this from,scratch not from a life cast not from,anything else oh just in pictures in,reference photos right yeah and then for,the body you put a person in the pose,that you want him and then you do a body,cast and whatever that that's right and,moldy Becky Frank was my Harryhausen,body my ray hair had I'm a good friend,to that he got to sit on here that's why,because I'm yeah this resistant Megan,this is her body her arms her elbow but,the head is completely special so great,you bring such a life of these things,it's really really hard to do like,there's that little bit of a soul inside,of my Brandon in the position and what,is you'll know it is more what extracted,it could be was Elsa behind the scenes,in it so it's not Bride of Frankenstein,for same its else of behind the scenes,of Bride of Frankenstein yeah is the,difference so she's not even got that,that monster side of it is the real side,of the sequence and Myka look like she,was wearing makeup so I have to kind of,mess it make it a little bit cakey yeah,baby next year so all people read it is,that with me but you see whether,eyebrows have been reached down and here,on over yeah that was a nice challenge,instead of just doing a little monster,it looks like lived in it's not just,Percy that's right yeah a good try and,Queen to show a question on the wrinkles,I get absolutely no makeup off here but,it aged it too much so I feel like to,fill that back inside she's preparing to,make a run out here so what's cool now,when you have to interpret these black,and white photos like we knew what color,alkaline Chester's hair was but to,interpret like the lip color and the eye,color like you have to like try and,figure out what that might have been,used back then you just kind of yeah,well I just figured that it was very,hard to get any clothes or what else's,we cook,as far as I know there's not a lot of,descriptions of it yes we know her hair,was red and we know that she complained,that Jax is Philippe's scabs off every,time you know in an hour,so I built these at the same way to them,absence back not on the sculpture OH,whereas I could get that a little,element of you know and then well yes,for the cool I just figured well she's,no pregnant things there have been a,better job of this one she looks really,pretty if an essay should have stopped,in the movie yeah pretty striking so,yeah I think it should just be a very,pale human flesh you know and I took on,paler but it to differentiate that and,the elbows even see the clearing makeup,but anyone have been butchered no slice,yeah it's guess what you see always,pretty the big bacon sorry today and he,didn't see was wrong time with that so,I'll give a thumbs up remember yeah I,was nice well cool well this is another,amazing piece and I can't wait to see,what you do next year alright say cheers,mate did whatever it takes I'm going to,shake my hand last time so I get a,handshake this time all right well cool,well we're going to walking around the,trade show and see what else we can find

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