Project Web-Exclusive Video: Skeleton Step-by-Step FacebookMORETwitterGoogle+ Email Get More Subscribe to Martha Stewart Living Sign Up for Our Newsletters advertisement advertisement Introduction During a taping of "The Martha Stewart Show," makeup artist Charlie Green shows how to create a sinister skeleton look for Halloween, to be revealed at the end of the episode. Take a look.ResourcesLearn more about this episode, and get Charlie's Halloween makeup tips. Steps Step 1 Source The Martha Stewart Show, October 2010 Tags Halloween Halloween costumes Halloween makeup advertisement advertisement Fave It Made It Rate It 5 Reviews (5) Eric_Bishop 26 Oct, 2010 Here's where you can find the exact makeup she used: http://www.mehron.com/Water_Works_Kit_p/ww.htm Eric_Bishop 26 Oct, 2010 She used a basic Mehron face makeup pallette that can be found at mehron.com. -Eric, MSLO kitti2karen 25 Oct, 2010 MagiCake Aqua Paints Sells for $26.00 for a pallette of 6. kitti2karen 25 Oct, 2010 It appears she's using some nice "stage" makeup. It looks like the type that can be applied with a brush wet with water. I've use paints such as Apple Barrel brand, but make sure to use some type of moisturizer and liquid foundation first before painting, or the paint will get dry and crackle, and dry out the skin. Abbazabba 25 Oct, 2010 I watched this episode and couldn't understand what kind of paint she was using for the white and black makeup. I think she said "water paint", but obviously its not watercolors and that's the only water paint I know of. Does anyone know what I should be looking/asking for? THANK YOU!!