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The solution, clowns say, is staring them in the face: Lose the greasepaint.
Take Sasha Lane’s wrapped dreadlocks, hovering ethereally over her head at New York’s Pier 36, or breakout sartorial star Katie Monster’s topknot, steadily accessorized with an XXL black bow and a fearless set of greasepaint eyebrows.
Pennywise is one scary clown, a creature with red greasepaint stripes that trail from his eyes to his leering lips like bloody tears.
The legendary greasepaint rockers were slated to play the 21,000-seat building as part of their Kissworld Tour, but announced on Friday (May 26) that the show cannot go on.
Ever eye the edges of his black mock turtleneck and wonder why they weren’t smudged with greasepaint during MacWorld?
But Gil and George breathe the oily, obsessive air generated by hot lights, greasepaint and outlandish, in-the-moment illusions.
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GREASEPAINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of greasepaint for English Language Learners
: makeup worn by actors in the theater
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