DC Comics: Wonder Woman Makeup and Body Paint Cosplay Tutorial (NoBlandMakeup)

DC Comics: Wonder Woman Makeup and Body Paint Cosplay Tutorial (NoBlandMakeup)


Hey guys! So today I’m going to be doing this
Wonder Woman comic body paint, so if you guys like this video, don’t forget to give me a
thumbs up! To start off, I’m going to be applying some foundation since I’m not going to be,
like, blue or red or anything this time- which is weird for me because I’m kind of used to
it now. So I’m going to apply that all over my face, and pretty much do my foundation
and concealer like I would normally do, just so I can have as perfect a complexion as I
can since I’m going to be a comic book character and I don’t see many of them with pimples
so yeah :D. Then I’m going to be doing a little bit of contouring just because she has more
of an angled face and I have more of a round face… because… genetics. Then to start
off I started drawing out the tiara she has and also some of the shadows. This really
helped me out actually to get everything where I wanted it to be before I started applying
all the color. I didn’t do too much of the shadow just yet because I really just wanted
to put some blue there, so yeah. For this particular picture I was looking at, it had
blue on one side of her- kind of like a shadow- so I went ahead and applied that with a, just
a cosmetic sponge. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Then for the tiara, I actually did
three different colors because the picture I was looking at was colorful, what can I
say? I like that one. It was different. But for half of the tiara it’s going to be yellow,
and then for the wedge in the middle, I made that an orange color, then for the outer portion,
I applied a little bit of red body paint, but that’s mostly going to be shaded in with
black- so the red is kind of just like a highlight. Then I also applied a little bit of red under
the tiara. And then of course, the star! And then basically here on out, I was applying
shading and any, like shadow lines that there would be on there. Yeah, I don’t have anything
sassy to say right now. I feel like I should have something sassy to say. Meh. For the
rest of the face, it was pretty straight forward having dark shado lines, but if there was
anything that needed to be shadowed but not as harshly, I would make little scetchy lines.
So basically just draw straight lines going one way and then some more going perpendicular
to it so that it’s not just stark black, it just looks a little bit lighter. I don’t know
if that made any sense… And then, once I have everything kind of filled in, then I
started filling everything in. If you’re going to have your ears sticking out, you’re going
to want to apply some of the black there just to make it look comic-y. If you’re going to
have your hair down like I wound up doing, then you don’t have to do that part. Also
don’t forget to do your lips! Just like everything else you’re going to outline this once you
fill it in and then you’re also going to want to do a little bit of a highlight, so I used
the yellow body paint for that. For the eye that’s not almost completely covered in darkness,
I outlined it a little bit to give it a little bit of shadow and then I also applied, well
drew in my lashes :D. Then for my neck and chestI started drawing in the darker part
of the shadow. I feel like I’ve been saying shadow this entire video, but this is the
main part of it since I don’t have to be painted blue, for once! It’s weird. But, for this,
just look at a reference picture. That is the easierst way to do this because it gets
really complicated. And there you have it! I didn’t film The actual coloring in everything
else because I’m a genius and I forgot, but hey. So if you guys like this video, don’t
forget to give me a thumbs up! Subscribe to see what comes out of my channel next, and
let me know who is your favorite super heroine. Yeah I’m going to go with that, and maybe
I’ll do them next, you never know :D. Leave me a comment down below and I’ll do something.
See you guys next time! Bye!

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