Before anyone asks, both images are the same thing. The image on the left is the makeup in daylight/regular lighting. The image on the right is the makeup with the lights off.
I received a request from a friend to create a glow-in-the-dark makeup look, so I decided to try the Cheshire Cat out for this one (I did this back in February). I had never worked with this kind of face paint before, but the cool thing about it is that it's pretty much unnoticeable while the lights are on. It's a little gooey, but it dries relatively quickly. Just charge it underneath a flashlight for a few minutes and BAM! It's super-bright, creepy, and very fun to wear.
Total time: About 3 hours.
Coastal Scents Matte 88 Palette
Snazaroo face/body paint in white and black
Rubie's Glow-in-the-Dark Glitter Gel (I got mine at a craft store...safer than risking glow acrylic paint, and it is water-washable)