Beauty from Joker

Mehron Clown Costume Makeup Kit - 8 Piece All in One Halloween Cosmetics with Joker Face Paint - Step-by-Step Instructions

8-PIECE MAKEUP KIT: Bring you favorite Batman villain to life! With this all-in-one costume kit you can transform into the Joker. This makeup kit includes face/body paint, setting powder, liquid makeup, finishing spray, sponges and powder duster.. STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS: You don't have to be a professional makeup artist to bring your character life. With visual instructions you can easily achieve the mischievous jester look. Now everyone can create their own Gotham villain inspired look!. PERFECT FOR COSTUMES & HALLOWEEN: Put on the perfect theatrical performance! With our deluxe cosmetic kit you can complete any fantasy look. Super pigmented makeup and powder makes it perfect for the stage, cosplay and spooky holidays.. NON-TOXIC FORMULA: Our makeup and makeup products are made using non-toxic ingredients and its cruelty free. It's longwearing and long-lasting with the help of the barrier setting spray. Non-latex sponge applicators are safe for adults and kids.. MADE IN THE USA: Trust in quality makeup that is tested safe for your skin. Mehron has been a leader in high-quality makeup products for over 90 years. All Mehron makeup products are made using ingredients in the USA.
Joker
Joker
Fictional Character
There were no prosthetics used in creating Fleck's look, and very little CGI; the only cited instance of its use was in touching up Fleck's bloody smile near the film's conclusion. No, most of the character's look was achieved in the makeup chair — when the crew could actually get Phoenix into it, that is.
Beauty from Joker

Mehron Makeup Clown White Professional Makeup (2.25 Ounce)

The first choice of professional clowns and mimes. Efficient coverage without dryness or cracking. Holds up even under demanding performance conditions. Specially formulated to be smooth and easy to work with. Proudly Made in the USA since 1927
Joker
Joker
Fictional Character
There were no prosthetics used in creating Fleck's look, and very little CGI; the only cited instance of its use was in touching up Fleck's bloody smile near the film's conclusion. No, most of the character's look was achieved in the makeup chair — when the crew could actually get Phoenix into it, that is.