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    Bride of Frankenstein Video by Ana Cedoviste

    Check out this super scary Bride of Frankenstein video by talented artist Ana Cedoivste! Follow along with the video above to create your very own Bride of Frankenstein face design.

    Products Used:


    Mehron Paradise AQ Paints  in:
    Black
    White
    Red
    Wild Orchid
    Light Brown
    Revolution eyeshadow palette in perfect matte

    Tools:

    Non-toxic Glue Stick & Powder Foundation for eyebrows
    Fine Round Brush
    Small Flat Brush
    Medium Filbert Brush

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    My name is Ana but on social media I use the nickname "Cedoviste," which is a combination of two words in my language: čedo (kid, child) and čudoviše (monster), and I really am monster kid - creative, silly, cheerful but also strange, creepy and scary.

    I am a self-taught artist living in Montenegro, a very, very small country on the Balkans (former Yugoslavia) with around 660.000 citizens. It is very rare for people here to do body art professionally, so I work a full time job in HR and body art is my hobby that takes time as much as full time job. :D

    My favorite type of expression illusion makeup body art. I just love making illusions and seeing people's reactions. I also enjoy creating different characters that are just perfect for Halloween season.

    To see more of Cedoviste's amazing art, visit her Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cedoviste/?hl=en


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