No problem! Just make sure you pat on the liquid makeup cause it has a tendency to smudge off if you wipe it on.
Bulma - Thank you! Unfortunately I won't have a Jack with me T_T
makonurikoryoko - Using _both_ the thick stuff and the liquid, huh? I'll give it a try, thanks for the advice!
ShimmerJester - Thanks for the compliment, and the suggestions! Im not too squeamish about using acrylic paint in small amounts (I used it for the white hilights here: http://images.cosplay.com/showphoto.php?photo=423269 ), but I don't think it's something I want to try on my whole face!
Oh ok, maybe take Makonurikoryoko adivce, you MAYBE use like normal paint arylic paints, if your face isn't senstive. But i can't wait to see the costume done, you will make a great sally
When I tryed using a cheap face paint i used two different cheap ones. one that was thicker an dthat wa sthe base I used and one that was alot more liquidy. After I put on the base I made sure to add powder over top (baby powder worked great) and then used a makeup spange to add to more liquid one to get thicker color. Of course toped with more powder to seal it a bit. It isn't as great as a more expensive makeup but it worked when I tested Sally makeup.
YouŽll surely cosplay a great Sally
I just love her and Jack...
ShimmerJester - unfortunately this _is_ facepaint, so without getting more expensive stuff, this seems to be the best coversage I can get - maybe I can get better with practice?
CheshireCat - thanks - but I've got quite a bit of work left to do before I can put the whole thing up on display ^_^