Dead Body Makeup

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  • (Dead Bodies) Dead Bodies is a 2003 Irish drama film by Robert Quinn starring Andrew Scott, Katy Davis, Eamonn Owens, Darren Healy and Kelly Reilly. The screenplay was written by Derek Landy
  • body: a natural object consisting of a dead animal or person; "they found the body in the lake"
  • A cadaver, corpse or lich is a dead human body. The Latin term cadaver is normally used for a body in medical training or research.
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
dead body makeup - Putting Makeup
Putting Makeup on Dead People
Putting Makeup on Dead People
In the spring of her senior year, Donna Parisi finds new life in an unexpected place: a coffin.

Since her father’s death four years ago, Donna has gone through the motions of living: her friendships are empty, she’s clueless about what to do after high school graduation, and her grief keeps her isolated, cut off even from the one parent she has left. That is until she’s standing in front of the dead body of a classmate at Brighton Brothers’ Funeral Home. At that moment, Donna realizes what might just give her life purpose is comforting others in death. That maybe who she really wants to be is a mortician.

This discovery sets in motion a life Donna never imagined was possible. She befriends a charismatic new student, Liz, notices a boy, Charlie, and realizes that maybe he's been noticing her, too, and finds herself trying things she hadn’t dreamed of trying before. By taking risks, Donna comes into her own, diving into her mortuary studies with a passion and skill she didn’t know she had in her. And she finally understands that moving forward doesn’t mean forgetting someone you love.

Jen Violi’s heartfelt and funny debut novel is a story of transformation—how one girl learns to grieve and say goodbye, turn loss into a gift, and let herself be loving, applying lipstick to corpses, and finding life in the wake of death.

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Long time no see...
Long time no see...
Hihi everyone! ^^ (Nup, I'm not dead xD) Sorry for being out of flickr all this time but I had a little dolls/photography desmotavation, then I've started to work and have no free time... u_u But well, now my motivation has alredy came back *yuhu! :)* and I wanna try to catch up with (almost) all your flickmails, photos and friend request..I promise! >_< I'm so glad to share again some pics with you all..hope you like them! :)
THE ISLAND S.01 ep.03
THE ISLAND S.01 ep.03
strobist: flash in a small box on cam left high aimed down + umbrella on cam right, spilling light on deads body and models, both CTO gelled (left 1/4 right 1/2) concept: ben saar models: Halit, Sapir, Hezi and Halfon Makeup: The Proud Ben ALL THE ASSISTANCE IN THE WORLD: Eyal Robinson and Ben Saar

dead body makeup
dead body makeup
Cinema Secrets Cream Makeup, .125 oz., Deadguy Grey
Long-wearing cream makeup goes on smoothly and provides full coverage with thin application, making it a solid base for intricate makeup designs. The richly hued ("deadguy" green) cream is specially formulated to cover skin latex appliances and foam prosthetics. Cinema Secrets Makeup Remover Oil is recommended for clean-up. Ingredients: Mineral Oil, Petrolium, Glyceryl Stearate, Lanolin, Ceresin, Bees Wax, Hexyl Laurate, Paraffin, Candelilla Wax, Carnauba, Oleth-10, Methylparaben, Triclosan, Titanium