How to: Stone Statue Makeup

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Stone statue makeup is a great way to experiment with a really fun yet simple look. See how to do stone statue makeup with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you how to do a stone statue makeup application. Stone statue is pretty simple in form of color. We're just going to go in with our gray color from the bin nye wheel. With the brush or a sponge, either one you like. I'm going to go in with a brush and then blend in it with the sponge later. Just to get a quick application. I go over the eye brows. I think it's a cool idea. So they're blue as well. Then we're going to make sure to get under the eyes and over the eyes as well. And go over the lips. Statues don't have regular colored lips. They have gray lips, just like the rest of them. And now we're working on to the nose and on to the other side of the face. And we're starting to look the whole look come together. The nose tends to have a little different texture with the oils so you might have to be a little more delicate. Just keep in that mind. A sponge might be most ideal for the nose area. And look up. Still remembering to get right underneath the eyes. And working in to the opposite jaw line. And then remember the bottom of the nose as well. So now that we have that done, we can do one extra step if we want to be slightly more theatrical and take our stippling sponge, dip it into another color, maybe a white or a black and just texturize it to make it look a little more old. Maybe a little white and black. And you can add as much as you want or take away as much as you want but the more texture the better, it's going to be more realistic but we have a basis here. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to do stone statue makeup.

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