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Use Makeup to Become Rogue One’s K-2SO

If you’re running low on time to work on an elaborate costume for Halloween, now’s a good time to start experimenting with body paint and makeup. YouTuber MsMaoMaoz uses the technique to transform herself into characters from pop culture from Groot, to Mystique, to the sassy droid from Rogue One. In the above video, she goes over how she transformed herself into the Star Wars droid K-2SO.

For this K-2SO look, she used:

Mehron’s paradise paint in black, light gray, white, and silver.
Urban Decay eyeshadow in blackout and white.

See more from MsMaoMaoz at YouTube.

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