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Skip a Skin Scare by Avoiding These Halloween Makeup Products

As a woman who loves Halloween more than Christmas, my skin has seen its fair share of horrifying moments. From prosthetics to cream makeup and everything in between, if it helps create the character I'm going for, I'm probably going to use it. But that doesn't mean my skin stops being scary after I remove the cosmetics. I buy professional-grade theatrical makeup that is made to be safe for the skin.
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