Have you ever thought of Robin Hood as Elizabethan? I hadn’t really either! But it could be! So this Halloween when you are getting ready to dress up for that great party! Go in an Elizabethan Costume as your favorite Robin Hood Character!
Maybe you fancy being a Monarch! You can choose Royalty!
Perhaps you descend from NOBILITY!
If the more sinister side of you would prefer a merchants life….
There is always the Sheriff of Nottingham!
And then there is the legendary Robin Hood himself!
But don’t forget his friends!
Who ever you decide upon, you are sure to be an Elizabethan Costume hit!
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There has not been any more iconic figure to come out of the 80′s.
Michael Jackson, hands down, captivated fans across the world. Who wouldn’t want to dress up as your favorite childhood icon? If you are looking for the great 80s costume for men, we’ve got it at halloweencostumehideout.com.
To Beat It!
You name it, you can be Michael Jackson this Halloween!
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Deck out your pirate this Halloween with a great face paint style. Our Wolfe Pirate Face Paint Kit makes creating the perfect look easy in only 3 simple steps.
Using the red face paint stick, color the forehead. Draw a knot with a circle shape and two blimp shapes below the knot.
Using the black face paint stick, outline bandanna, circle for the knot, draw eyebrows, mustache and beard.
Using the white face paint stick, draw circles or patterns on bandanna.
Voila! An official Pirate! Arrr! Yo ho me hearties! Let’s go pillage and plunder some goodies!
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Zombies are a classic Halloween Costume. Make sure your face looks as zombie like as possible with zombie face paint.
The combination of latex appliances and blood really make this great!
Girls can be zombies too!
Don’t forget your Zombie costume to go with your Zombie Face Paint!
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Latex Appliances are a great way to round out your Halloween costume. Combine them with great oil based face paint and you’ve got yourself an awesome look! Here are a few tips on how to apply the appliance using spirit gum.
With any latex appliance you are using you can wash them and reuse them from year to year. Just keep them moist in a sealed plastic bag. Latex appliances add so much to your face paint. They give that 3D effect that just really pops!
Keep it Tacky!
For the best application of the appliance apply a generous amount of spirit gum around the edges of the appliance. The center is not as important as the outer edges. With the spirit gum wet place the appliance where you will want it on the body and lift off do this multiple times until the skin and appliance are very sticky and the appliance is pulling the skin up as it is being pulled away. (The key to spirit gum is tackiness! And works best if tacky on both sides, the side being applied and the side being applied to.)
If you have a corner that just won’t stay down add more spirit gum under the corner and tap the top until it sticks. (This may take a couple of applications and LOTS of tapping, but I promise it will stick!)
The final touch!
Add the face paint make up to your appliance! For the more dramatic wounds you want to make sure you blend your reds, black, and do forget yellow for the bruising effect! After you get the face paint colors how you want them add the blood. Gel blood give a scarier effect and can be followed up with additional face paint blood if desired.The more BLOOD the better!
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Face paint is a great way to get that added touch to top off your costume. At HalloweenCostumeHideout.com we would like to give you some tips for achieving that perfect look you are going for.
Face paint is a great way to achieve that look!
Whatever character you are trying to portray, begin your face paint with your base color. The base color is usually applied with a cake style make-up. Using a sponge face paint applicator is the easiest way to achieve an even coverage. Wait at least 5 minutes for the base coat to dry, this will prevent bleeding of colors when applying the line work. When doing the line work for your character use gentle even pressure to avoid breaking the face paint sticks. Always hold stick perpendicular to the surface being colored. To achieve a blended look, use your finger and drag or smear the lines. Apply each layer of face paint in reverse order of how you would like to see them on the face. Highlights should go on last as they are the lightest color to be applied.
Have fun with your face paint and create your very own masterpiece this Halloween!
To help prevent your masterpiece from smudging, gently apply a small amount of talc free baby powder to the design. Gently brush with dry makeup brush to remove extra. Voila! You have a perfect face paint addition to your costume!