One of the best horror films released in 2014 was The Purge: Anarchy a sequel to The Purge . Although it did not receive the best ratings (and Ethan Hawke lacked star power), it was still very profitable, somehow better than the first part, and best of all – produced several new costume ideas for Halloween.
With most characters wearing custom masks, we show you their creepy-looking do-it-yourself counterparts, especially if you put on your hooded sweater afterwards. If you already have makeup skills, these masks should not be a problem at all for you.
The most striking look in the film was undoubtedly the mask with "God" painted on top . With a glue stick, liquid latex and tissue, you are well on your way to achieving the same look that Kaylena Orr completes in her easy-to-follow tutorial.
Another well-known face is the one shown on the film posters. Because it is actually makeup and not a mask, this is pretty easy to do with some white clown makeup and black face paint. As Kaylena Orr describes in her tutorial, the messier the better, so don't worry about making it perfect.
This is perhaps the most ambitious look of the bunch, but it is definitely worth it if you can pull it off. You need a lot of face paint ( black, white, red and beige) and dark gray eye shadow, but with the video tutorial from MadeYewLook the look is easily achievable.
Make sure you get your versions of these Purge makeup masks in the comments below.