Now you might be wondering why I'm doing a zombie make-up tutorial on PreppDay Wednesday. A day usually left for emergency preparedness and food storage tips. So I figured whether you are preparing for a rainy day, a natural disaster or a full blown Zombie Apocalypse you'd appreciate these fun zombie how-to's!
Like I said in the beginning the tutorials vary in scariness aka bloodiness. I saved the worst, or best, for last! I'm easing you into it folks. Here we go...
Simple as can be. Give yourself zombie colored skin with chalk.
A simple tutorial with pictures on how to use the zombie make-up kits you can get at the drug store!
|Tammy Lee Morris|
All you need is here is green-colored eye shadow and eyeliner.
|The Nerdy Girls|
A really cool step-by-step tutorial on how to look like you just have a cold to the full blown undead with colored make-up!
How to make 'rotting flesh' with non-toxic glue and toilet paper. No liquid latex needed.
The secret to this zombie skin? It's a product you probably have in your bathroom drawer...a face mask!
This tutorial has some great effects using a combination of liquid latex, toilet paper and liquid blood. Imagine this all over a face!!
Make fake wounds cheap with fake eyelash adhesive, foundation and colored eye shadow.
Here is a great how-to-be-a-zombie tutorial all in one great graphic using school glue and toilet paper.
This is another great tutorial complete with pictures using liquid latex, tissue, and everyday makeup.
If your stomach is starting to turn and you are feeling a little sick,
like maybe you are becoming a ZOMBIE yourself...
DO NOT scroll down any farther!
If you love watching The Walking Dead, you are welcome.
You have been warned.
Although there are not as many how-to pictures as I would like this look is created with something different...rolled cotton.
A fantastically disgusting tutorial with links to her special Zombified Ebay store, although similar products can be bought at your local Halloween store.
This look requires a few zombie prosthetic's that can be found at any Halloween store. She also uses liquid latex combined with oatmeal for a realistic rotted flesh look. Although this looks really complicated her tutorial makes it easy to look, well, dead!
|Erin Ashley Makeup|
This effect was created using a prosthetic piece for the zipper and the bloody mess is from her home-made gelatin recipe that is less expensive then using this much latex!
And finally for some inspiration from the famous Walking Dead zombies check out this link filled with zombies!
Ok, if you made it all the way through you are true Dead fans. You've earned a few special Halloween treats!
Happy Halloween =)
|Easy Zombie Cupcakes|