Go big on drama

What bet­ter oc­ca­sion to flaunt dra­matic make-up than at Hal­loween. Leg­endary spe­cial-ef­fects artist Rick Baker de­signs blood-cur­dling looks for the spe­cial day.

Hair - - Beauty - Text Kan­ishka Ram­chan­dani

Call of the wild

W hen the ex­per­tise the iconic artist Rick Baker com­bines with the imag­i­na­tive force of a brand such as M.A.C the re­sult can be noth­ing short of awe-in­spir­ing. And that’s where you err, dear reader, for the re­sults in this case are down­right hor­rorin­duc­ing. As leg­endary spe­cial-ef­fects artist Rick cre­ates ter­ror-pro­vok­ing looks to star­tle Hal­loween party-go­ers, here’s what you can choose from — Bride, Day of Dead and Zom­bie.

M.A.C has put to­gether an ex­clu­sive make-up kit to help you re-cre­ate the magic (read horror!) of th­ese looks. The kit is re­plete with acrylic paints, paint sticks, chro­ma­graphic pen­cils, set pow­der, mon­ster FX, penul­ti­mate eye-liner and chro­macake. With M.A.C’s re­li­able tools and Rick’s iconic looks, your en­sem­ble this Hal­loween can’t get any dead­lier than this.

Pros­thetic and spe­cial-ef­fects make-up have high de­mand in Hol­ly­wood; what with the num­ber of horror and zom­bie movies that the in­dus­try pro­duces. Rick is one of the best artists in this league and has many well-known movies, in­clud­ing the Men in Black se­ries, Ed Wood, The Ring and X-Men: The Last Stand to his credit.

With M.A.C’s re­li­able tools and Rick’s iconic looks, your en­sem­ble this Hal­loween can’t get any dead­lier than this.

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