April Monster Mash- Now Paging Dr. Bonkers

Anytime that my Blobette and I plot out a makeup, I always start the same way. I ask her, are we doing a beauty makeup or do you want to be scary?  Nine times out of ten this little Blobette of mine wants to be scary and that was where we started this time.

This month’s monster was the Mad Scientist; I really wanted to play with a Jacob’s ladder but settled for this cool trick instead.

Blobette about to be Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee
Blobette about to be Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee

What you need for Glowing Vials

Glow sticks in the color of your choice, these can be found anywhere but can even be bought at a dollar store.

Blobette the Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee
Blobette the Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee

Little glass bottles, again these can be found at dollar stores. For our specific set I had little bottles of Jägermeister left over from a recent party that I saved and cleaned. It can honestly be that easy.

Directions

1. Break the glo sticks as you normally would to use them, but carefully clip the ends.
2. Pour their guts into the vials.
3. It takes about 4 small sticks to get enough.
4. Replace the cap and throw away in the trash.
5. Keep reading. 😉

The idea my blobette and I had was to have her look beautiful until she would remove this medical mask and go from gorgeous to bloody monstrous. To achieve a scary look for the mask, all I did was spray it with fake blood that we made.

Fake Blood
There are several ways to make it, this was what we used.

1. Karo syrup.
2. Red food dye.

Blobette the Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee
Blobette the Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee

The Disfiguration

To create the disfigured illusion we used Liquid Latex and torn up tissues, but you can use paper towels or even cotton balls. Usually for this it is a personal preference and depends on what you want to achieve.

Blobette with a white beard Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee
Blobette with a white beard Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee

From there while we let the latex dry, my Blobette went to do the mascara and eyeliner and I set up all the colors to blend for the muscle and skin under the blood.

Blobette theMad Scientist by Inkstress Zee
Blobette the Mad Scientist by Inkstress Zee

We really enjoyed this month’s makeup and I hope you enjoy the final product readers.

Next month’s makeup stands to be pretty shocking too!
Looking forward to it!
Inkstress and Blobette!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.