Skin Illustrator Eryn Krueger Mekash's American Horror Palette

  • Skin Illustrator Eryn Krueger Mekash's American Horror Palette
  • Skin Illustrator Eryn Krueger Mekash's American Horror Palette
  • Skin Illustrator Eryn Krueger Mekash's American Horror Palette

Skin Illustrator Eryn Krueger Mekash's American Horror Palette

$80.00 USD

Created for American Horror Story's Makeup Dept. Head, Eryn Krueger Mekash.  This unique palette contains two new colors specifically designed by her makeup crew for the AHS series.  'Coven' and 'Assylum' were added to the palette to meet the demanding needs of AHS.  From beauty and old age to bloody zombies and witches, the American Horror Palette is an intrigal part of this award winning show.

                                                                                                                                      

I was working and balancing four Illustrator palettes to blend the pigment I wanted. After working with the colors for some time, I established … a palette including 10 mixed-color hues which enabled me to create the desired effect. This was named the 12 Years a Slave Illustrator palette [by PPI], for use on brown- and black-skinned actors. - See more at: http://makeupmag.com/featured/id/1163/#sthash.PMSjkBAp.dpuf
I was working and balancing four Illustrator palettes to blend the pigment I wanted. After working with the colors for some time, I established … a palette including 10 mixed-color hues which enabled me to create the desired effect. This was named the 12 Years a Slave Illustrator palette [by PPI], for use on brown- and black-skinned actors. - See more at: http://makeupmag.com/featured/id/1163/#sthash.PMSjkBAp.dpuf

Eryn Kruger Mekash and Mike Mekash recreate "Pepper the Pinhead" from American Horror Story: Season two: Asylum.      Actress - Naomi Grossman

The colors  can easily be applied with a brush, sponge or mascara wand.  Use it alone, or mix the colors with any of the other Skin Illustrator tones to create your own unique blend of  color.  

You must use Skin Illustrator Activator,  Skin Illustrator Slow Activator,  or 99% alcohol to activate the color pigment.  Do Not use  70% alcohol, MEK, acetone, water or any other solvent.

Removal is easy with PPI's Telesis Super Solv or Telesis Makeup Remover.