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I picked this up last year, but it’s taken me a while to publish my review. The colors had been the same for about four years: three skintone-shades, and then zombie-green, blood-red, and ghoul-grey. (My color names, not Wet n Wild’s.) The colors apply fairly well, though they take a while to cure down thoroughly. I recommend applying multiple thinner layers to build up the color depth that you want, letting each layer dry before applying the next, and then applying a setting spray when you’re completely finished.
Wet n Wild has changed their paint palette shades this year. They’re a little more oriented to regular “makeup” palettes and less to Halloween or costume palettes. The neutrals contains four shades of brown, a peach-orange, and a gold-yellow. The zombie/ghoul red and grey are in the “smokey” palettes, and if you wanted to use that exact green, you may be completely out of luck. (There is a green in the “metallics” palette, but the metallics had the worst application of all of the Fantasy Makers palettes that I tried.)
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