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Costume just in time for Halloween

Vero B.

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6 Videos (19m)
    • Introduction

    • eye lenses

    • white face

    • Details

    • More Paint!

    • Final Touches


About This Class

Halloween is so close and yet you don't have a costume. 

No worries! 

With a little bit of paint and eye shadow you can be one scary Clown! 

This can work for both men and women! The principles are the same!. 


You will need: 

Face paint: red, black and white (you will need this one the most) - I got them at Halloween Spirit, yet you can find them at craft stores 

Paint brushes: get them at the dollar store or in your garage in the 4th grade storage box. A variety of sizes will be beneficial, yet the most important are the finer one and the one that can give you the best covarage (to paint your face and neck)

Eye shadow: red, black and pink colors. If like in my case you do now have red eye shadow, use a red lipstick. 

Makeup brushes (medium and small) 

Faux eyelashes: I had red ones, but you can do the look with black as well 

Colored lenses: also your choice of pattern. !!! Make sure you contact an eye doctor before inserting anything in your eye!!!

White hair spray: this is optional, but it will complete the look. 

I also painted my nails in black at the end, but I did not film it. Definitely optional. 


If you have any questions about this video, let me know and I will answer them.

Have fun





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EDUCATION Bachelor of Applied Arts - Interior Design from Algonquin College, 2012

Ontario Building Code Certification in the following classifications: General Legal/Process – 2012


Born and raised in Moldova, Ms Druta moved to Canada in 2008 to study Interior Design at Algonquin College. During the four years in the Interior Design program, Ms. Druta worked on residential, commercial, healthcare and hospitality projects gaining knowledge and skills that she later applied in the Interior design work field. During that time she developed interests in technology, art history,  contemporary and modern design.  

In April 2012, after graduating from Algonquin College, Ms. Druta  joined Dalton Distinctive Renovations. During her time at this firm she was responsible for the design and coordination of residential building projects. This included the production of working drawings for various residential projects, working with clients on product selections and ensuring the on time delivery of those selections on site.  Ms. Druta engaged in multiple networking events and gained knowledge of the industry. As part of her job she expressed initiative to be part of the  Awards Gala committee for the  Greater Ottawa Building Association (GOHBA) 

Ms. Druta joined Cornelis Grey Construction in May of 2014 as the project coordinator and later as a designer within the firm. She has worked on multiple projects developing working drawings, meeting with clients, working as a liaison between the clients and sub trades and helping clients with finishes and selections. Since joining Cornelis Grey Construction Ms. Druta developed an interest towards sustainable building practices learning more about different certification programs, building materials and construction practices. Most recent  Ms. Druta worked on basement designs, kitchen designs, bathroom designs, shed/garage construction. Ms. Druta remained a to contribute to GOHBA  joining the Reno Mark and Green committee. 


Outside work Ms. Druta is passionate about developing new skills, reading books and spending quality time with family and friends. 

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