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Im back on YouTube! Halloween is closer than you think, so take the time to practice some awesome makeup looks, like this one! Please like the video if you enjoyed watching and comment below on what you would like to see next. xoxo
Products Used:

-Joe Blasco cream base in White, Black and neon yellow
-Joe Blasco powder in “no color”
-Eye Kandy Glitter in Gold.

Emily Benitez Make-up Artist

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  1. endeckerBM
    endeckerBM says:

    Emily! Great vid. I followed your tips for a contest at work today and won a prize for having one of the best costumes! (I was beaten by a chick who came as the thing from "The Grudge"). As a guy I had never made a skeleton/skull out of make-up before, and it was a little rough (I can link to pics) but it was VERY effective and admired! Bravo!

  2. StevenJQuinlan
    StevenJQuinlan says:

    Hi Emily, I actually used this video as the basis for my Halloween costume this year. Can I just ask what brushes you used as I was unable to replicate your incredibly clean lines with the sponges that came with the off the shelf makeup kit I bought

  3. Tracie McGee
    Tracie McGee says:

    Great job Emily, I love this tutorial. I tried to pull this look off on yesterday and it actually looked pretty good, however, my white paint wasn't as deep as yours, I used the basic white Party City paint. I have been googling Joe Blasco Cream Paints but can't find anything outside of foundations. Where did you purchase your cream paints?

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