Do you have to look like a rotting, decayed zombie corpse for Halloween? Instead of bribing your friend as a make-up artist with special effects to give you one for the night, you can definitely make some good Halloween makeup effects with usual household items in your pantry or medicine cabinet.
You could use toilet paper and Elmer's all-purpose glue to turn your face into flaky, rotting coarseness.
To add some bloody blood to your festering wounds, make your own fake blood with corn syrup, cornstarch and red food coloring.
Permanent markers and hand sanitizers can leave a pretty convincing bruise. Coffee grounds and vaseline can give your hairless face stubble trees.
And you do not have to buy an overpriced Halloween complexion at the last minute if you have at home shortening, cornstarch, flour, and food coloring. If you probably never come up with that colorful biscuit recipe you want to try, you can also use these ingredients to conjure up a non-toxic, homemade face color for your Frankenstein clown make-up.
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