I'm pretty pleased with my results. These pictures I took using the bathroom mirror are really poor and don't capture the detail of the makeup work. It took me a few tries, and I only worked on part of my forehead, one eye, and the one cheek. But that was enough to learn the scarring technique and how to deepen existing wrinkles as well as add some new ones. I'm also able to cover over my eyebrows and beard so they don't stand out as much.
Now that I've used the kit, I realize I need a better container for the cover up powder and a few more application sponges as well as makeup remover wipes. I should have plenty of everything else. Guess I'll be making my first trip to a makeup counter.
I do have contact lenses for making my eyes glow, but frankly, I'm a bit afraid to use them. I don't wear contacts, so that would be my first challenge, and the two host over at Cospod (which i listen to regularly) scared me with tales of eye cooties and blindness (thanks a lot Val and Amber!) I'll look at adding contact lenses to my costume next year.