Because full-on skeleton makeup isn’t the easiest to replicate, make it easier on yourself and only execute half of the look.
STEP 1: PAINT THE LOWER HALF OF YOUR FACE WHITE.
Begin by utilizing a level establishment brush to apply white face paint or ensemble cosmetics to the lower half of your face and lips. Pursue the bends of your eye attachments to make it more skull-like.
STEP 2: DRAW YOUR NOSE.
Get a little, calculated eyeliner brush and some dark face paint to start making the figment of hollows and patterns. Blueprint the scaffold of your nose first, before filling it in, and afterward layout your eye attachments.
STEP 3: OUTLINE YOUR JAW.
Utilizing a little, firmly stuffed eye shadow brush, fill in within your lower lip. Next, draw a thin line from the edges of your mouth to the center of your cheeks to make the base for your teeth. At that point, move to center of your ear (where you can feel your jaw pivot); shade the region in the middle of dark to make the deception of a best and base jaw. Leave the space around your mouth white so you can fill in teeth at a later advance.
STEP 4: DRAW THE OUTLINE OF YOUR TEETH.
Dunk your thin brush into the dark face paint and wipe off the greater part of the abundance, so you have exceptionally insignificant item on your fibers (this will make it less demanding to outline and fix than a striking dark line). At that point, paint a thin dark line from the base of your nose, through your cupid’s bow, down the center of your base lip, and the distance to the center of your button. Keep drawing lines that are a similar length (17 lines add up to) over the even line you drew from the edges of your mouth.
STEP 5: DETAIL YOUR TEETH.
Using the thin brush and black eye shadow, reshape your lines so that they follow the form of actual teeth—roots and all. Fill in the space between each tooth (where your gums would be) with the black shadow. Once you’ve finished sketching the shape of your teeth how you like, use your black paint to emphasize and sharpen the lines.
STEP 6: GIVE YOUR BONES A 3D ILLUSION.
Use your black eye shadow again to shade a gradient effect along your top and bottom jawlines, and then under your eye sockets to create the illusion of cheekbones.
STEP 7: ADD OPTIONAL CRACKS.
If you’re going for a weathered look, add tiny cracks along the bottom of your chin. Start with a light sketch, then go back in and darken it after you’ve created a look you’re happy with. Use the black shadow to shade in the tip of your chin and in between the cracks.