– [Sally] Happy Halloween, everyone.
Sally here to teach you how to stitch yourself up for any occasion.
Start off with a fresh faceclean of any swamp sludge or worm slime.
Then, grab a purple, washable glue stick.
Unless you have very lighteyebrows that can be covered with makeup easily, run the glue stick backwards through youreyebrow a couple times, then use it to lay the eyebrow hairs up and flat as possible.
Give the glue a minute or two to dry, and then set it with some powder.
I recommend powdered rat skin, but if it's unavailable in your area, translucent powder will work just as well.
If you've got quite thick eyebrows, you can go in again with the glue stick, allow it to dry and powderit again with the rat skin.
This process simplycreates a nice, solid layer that's much easier to cover with makeup.
Next, you're going to start to go in with blue face paint, andthen realize perhaps you should cover your eyebrowswith concealer first.
Then you want to set theconcealer with the rat skin.
Now you can move to actually covering your face with blue face paint.
Avoid the area around your eyes, but make sure to not forgetyour neck and your ears.
Eventually, you'll want to cover your arms and any other bit of exposed flesh.
Cover yourself in several layers until you feel like youhave a nice, even coverage.
Use a blue eye shadow a bit darker or brighter than your face paint, and cover and surround youreyelid in a round shape.
Then, we're going to use a darker, more muted blue eye shadow to contour.
To make your face appearas round as a baby's skull, you're going to draw a softC shape around your jawline.
Then, softly border the rest of your face.
You can also use this shadowdown the sides of your neck to make it appear slimmer, and around your collarbones.
You can then contour your nose by drawing two straight lines downthe sides of your nose and blending them out.
You can then add thiseye shadow to the hollows of your cheeks to highlight your skull.
Then grab a small brush anda dark blue, gray or black eye shadow, because we'removing on to the stitches.
Start with a softly curved line extending from the corners of your mouth, reaching just past the edges of your eyes.
The next line will startfrom the upper left side of your face and extend downthrough your right eyebrow and under your eye toabout nostril height.
Then connect the dots through your eyelid and define the line a bit more thoroughly with some more shadow.
Now to create the base for the stitches.
You can follow my arrangement of stitches if you want an exact replica, or you can create your own pattern with various angles and sizes for stitches and some double stitches for those pesky bits offlesh that keep trying to rip apart.
I'm sure you can relate.
You will also add a ring ofstitches around your neck, looped around your shoulders and down your breastbone.
When you're finished, your lower half will look something like this.
And your face will looksomething like this.
Now if you prefer thelook of black stitches, you can stop here or even add more black to define the stitches.
But I prefer to define mystitches with some highlight.
To give it a bit of that moonlight glow, we're going to grab somewhite cream face paint and a small brush.
Draw a thin line of white paint along the upper portion of each stitch.
If the stitch is morevertical and you can't decide which side is the upperportion, just imagine the light hitting yourface and draw the line wherever you think the light would hit.
Don't worry about it too much.
There's no need to beperfect when you're dead.
Now grab a white eyeliner pencil and carefully apply itto your lower water line.
This will make your eyesappear large and animated, like you've just seen a ghost.
Next, we're going to usesome brown frog's tongue eyeliner, or eyebrow liner, or, I don't really know what itis, but it doesn't matter.
We're going to use it to line our lips.
Be sure to define your cupid's bow, and don't overline your lips.
You can then cover the center of your lips with a blood-colored lipstick, if you want a bit of a rosy glow.
Next, for the long spidery eyelashes, apply a thin layer of lashglue to the lash line.
Allow the glue to dry for about a minute before applying the lashesto your upper lash line.
And, no, contrary to popular belief, shaking like I do does not makeyour lashes stay on better.
But, hey, it looks like you're all done.
You're all stitched upand ready to go meet your pumpkin king.