oh my god you look like sam winchester with your real hair in the end, I want to touch you, it looks so gorgeous! sadly my face is tooo feminine to play around with genderthingis, I think it makes fun >3
Do you have the websites for where to get each of the products you used, including brushes and such? I'm pretty new to doing this, and only just got myself a wig and I'm working on trying to get a binder as well.
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, my keyboard has been broken so I couldn't type this out. I can't give you a detailed list of where to get absolutely everything, as that would be a little bit insane and also I don't remember some of it. I've been collecting my makeup stuff for about 8 years at this point. Some of the brushes I got in drugstores, some at Sephora, some were given to me as gifts, etc. I will give you a link to this site, which will be a good place to get high quality makeup, and sells the brands I mentioned by name: camerareadycosmetics.com/ Good luck!
Ahhh thank you, I was more concerned about makeup since I'm sure I can get brushes and other such items close by. I'll give the site a look, and I look forward to using this tutorial to help with using makeup to change my look.
I wanna do this. I hate makeup, but...I love the result. I'm ok with SFX makeups, so I could veiw it like that. .....Aaahhh, scared of the responce I'd get. Q_Q I guess I could just try it with friends for awhile; like sleep/go over to a friends home and try then... But... Ahwell. Tis a good tutorial, anyways. ~v~ Nice~
Stubble stays relatively put, but any makeup will fade a little bit as the day goes on, touch ups exist for a reason! But I'd say you'd be good for several hours at least if you don't itch at your face. You're not going to find full coverage makeup in just any shop, it's a theatrical makeup. Look in costume stores, ask them if they carry Ben Nye, Graftobian or Kryolan.
Wow that's impressive. I don't do theatre or cosplay so I've never had cause to look for techniques like this but I love makeup and the trasformative awesomeness of it so I'm always curious about different techniques. Maybe a future Halloween costume... Thanks for sharing your techniques and awesome job, I'm definitely going to check out some of your other tutorials out!