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Wig: I used a combination of two wigs. The lace front is available at [link] and the colors are from [link]. For a non-lace front option, check out [link].
Contact Lenses: Get the Sweety Ocean Blue lenses from [link]. Use code “ALYSON” to save!
Tattoos: Designed by YumiSadamoto, you can find these tattoos at [link].
Waterproof facepaint: Use the Bone color from [link].
Translucent Setting Powder: [link]
Waterproof Black Liquid Eyeliner: [link]
Eyeliner for Waterline: [link]
Waterproof Lipstick: [link]
Alternative Lip Stain: [link]
Fake Blood: [link] (this is the closest option we could find)
Complete your look with eyeshadow, highlight, and lip gloss from [link]. Use code “ALYSON” to get 10% off your first order.
– VLOG Camera with built-in audio recording: [link]
– My First DSLR Camera: [link]
– My Newer DSLR with 24-105mm USM Kit: [link]
– Standard Lens: [link]
– 50mm Lens: [link]
– Ring Light: [link]
– Soft Box Lights: [link]
– RGB Color Changing Lights: [link] (highly recommended)
It’s surprising that the Green Lantern hasn’t received a successful live-action adaptation yet. Despite efforts in 2011 with director Martin Campbell and a talented cast led by Ryan Reynolds, the movie was a critical and financial failure. Since then, the Green Lantern has only made a brief appearance in Justice League and hasn’t been featured in any other DC live-action projects. However, the character has found success in animated television shows like Justice League and Green Lantern: The Animated Series. DC Studios CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran are now taking the Green Lanterns to the small screen with a new serialized television show called Lanterns. The show will feature both Hal Jordan and John Stewart as the Green Lanterns and will follow a detective story that will have major consequences for the rest of the DC Universe. This buddy-cop-style show has been in development for some time and is finally being brought to life by Gunn and Safran. More information about Lanterns is expected to be revealed soon.
Check out this compilation of Halloween costume ideas and scary cosplay costumes, filmed at horror, haunt, and Halloween conventions. These costumes are not only scary and creepy, but also fun and creative, providing you with inspiration and ideas for your own Halloween costume. Halloween Eye brings you footage from the Transworld Halloween Show, Monsterpalooza, and The MHC Midwest Haunters Convention, showcasing 100 characters and costumes including scary clowns, spooky monsters, zombies, apocalyptic characters, and SFX makeup. If you’re a fan of Halloween costumes, scares, and haunted houses, make sure to subscribe to Halloween Eye! To film these videos, Halloween Eye uses the Sony A7S iii and A7S ii, along with the Sony 24-70mm f/4 Zeiss Lens. Please note that Halloween Eye is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, which means they earn advertising fees by advertising and linking. By making purchases through the provided affiliate links, you support Halloween Eye and their content.