Halloween costume makeup
Kids love face paint everyday of the year. Treat your children, or maybe just your inner child, to the age old tradition of Halloween face paint. Whether a costume actually requires grease paint to be complete is besides the point. Halloween make up is just plain fun to use and with great, innovations in modern plastics, make up is better than ever. At SpiritHalloween.com costume make up is available in traditional grease paint style, as well as smooth crème makeup, and easy clean-up gels. And that’s just the paint itself! We also supply Reel FX Hollywood quality pre-painted latex appliances, prosthetics, and adhesives. Not sure if you can manage a latex adhesive? Don’t worry it just sounds complex! Character kits include everything you need, as well as instructions on how to get the look you want. We even tried it ourselves. Check out our photos and Halloween idea make up advice pages.
Halloween make up is not just for your face. There are a great number of realistic looking wounds that you can add almost anywhere on your body. Burns, bullet wounds, vampire bites, even appliances that make it seems as though your bones are showing! These gory details are the perfect touch for living dead costumes such as vampires, skeletal demons and zombies.
Ladies, don’t let all this fake blood and gore scare you away from Halloween make up kits. There are some truly beautiful character kits made just for you. Dramatically sexy costumes call for wild and glittery makeup and odds are you don’t wear silver nail polish everyday! Try the tainted fairy make up kit. It includes long sexy eyelashes, deep smoky shades eye shadow, black lipstick and ornate temporary tattoos. Wow, instant exotic beauty.
Halloween face paint
Some costumes are just incomplete without grease paint. A grim reaper just has to have a boney countenance. For circus clowns, clown face paint is hardly optional! And the same goes for most animal costumes; kittens will need whiskers, tigers will need stripes, bunnies need that adorable pink nose to twitch. Face paints and cream face paints can be purchased either separately or in small kits so that everyone gets just what they need. A ghost only has to get a tube of white make up, but clowns will be just as happy because they can buy a single make-up palette that has a little bit of a whole rainbow of colors.