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Darth Maul Makeup Tutorial

Darth Maul makeup

If you take a quick glance at the above photo of Darth Maul, it looks like a fantastic makeup job with prosthetic horns that have been blended in to look natural. Once you examine the image though, you’ll see it’s all flat – even horns are painted on with makeup. Alexys Fleming is a talented artist and has transformed herself into a shark, Mystique, Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas, and many other characters. In this video, she goes over the specifics on how to apply Darth Maul makeup using the following products:

Mehron Paradise Paint: Red
Graftobian Pro Paint: Black
BH Cosmetics Eyeshadows: dark red, light gold, gold, light brown, dark grey, black
NYX Cosmetics Eyebrow Marker (medium)

See more how-to videos on MadeYewLook’s YouTube channel.


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