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How To Make a Witch Costume Less Cliché: Have a Prosthetics Artist For a Dad


Bryan Silva is a professional artist and sculptor, whose eleven-year-old daughter wanted to go as a witch for Halloween this year. Luckily, he knew just how to augment a black pointy had and a broomstick. With a terrifying facial transformation. And apparently this was just a test. After trying on the prosthetic, the family went out to buy the rest of the costume… without removing it.

Halloween. You’re doing it right. Here’s a before pic of Ms. Silva below.

(via Fashionably Geek.)

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