Kid's Halloween Makeup Tutorial: Frankenstein's Daughter
Turn your tween into a fashion-forward teenage Frankenstein for Halloween using our easy-to-follow makeup tutorial.
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Add 3-D prosthetic bolts to neck using spirit gum or liquid latex (Images 1-3). Make sure to test for allergies first if your child has never used this product before. Tip: You can get fun prosthetic pieces like these at any Halloween supply or costume shop.
Use hair mascara to create black and white stripes, or opt for a pre-styled wig to save time and create a more striking impression (Image 1). Tip: Don't forget to bobby-pin the wig on so it stays put through playtime and trick-or-treating. Finish the look with a plaid ensemble and fashionable accessories (Image 2).
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