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Bailey Bea Wallace

Just your every day Funeral Home Make Up Artist. Adaptable for modern supernatural settings.

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NAME: Bailey Bea Wallace

CLASSIFICATION: Human

DESTINY: Blood

APPEARANCE: 5’2″, dark brown hair, brown eyes, average figure. Not athletic or fit. Very pale skin and prone to sunburns. Rarely wears makeup herself and doesn’t do much with her hair aside from trying to keep it brushed and not frizzy. Always wearing glasses and cannot see without them. (She has contacts but has trouble putting them in.) Her fashion choices are feminine, but always “safe”. Subdued and neutral colors, and nothing ever flashy or eye-catching.

SKILLS/ABILITIES: Skilled Makeup Artist – Can make any dead person look like they’re just sleeping peacefully!

DRAWBACK: Bailey has issues with wounds and blood. They make her queasy and fainty and maybe even a little barfy. Why yes, she DOES hate her period and think it’s super gross, thanks for asking.

DESIRES: Bailey desires what any young woman desires. A relationship with a normal guy who isn’t a big jerk, or a pervert that is way too in to dead bodies. Because if she doesn’t get married and start having babies soon, her parents are going to DIE. They insist they will.

FEARS: She fears being a disappointment to her family, being an old cat lady, horror movies, going out at night without pepperspray, and the mail man. The local mail man is a creep and she’s pretty sure he’s gotta be a serial killer.

SYNOPSIS: Bailey is the average human female. Her childhood was filled with ballet tutus, pretending to be a princess, and always losing her glasses. Her teen years were all about trying to NOT be “creepy nerd girl with the glasses that lives at the funeral home” so she got involved in cheerleading, glee club, and was constantly sneaking out of the house and getting in to trouble to prove she was one of the cool kids. Bailey always seemed to fall short of the mark, though, and ended up being that loser people liked having around to make fun of because she tried so hard. While attending college, Bailey learned to accept herself for what she is. A boring, uninteresting blob of woman. Her interests include reading romance novels and fashion magazines by the fire, baking sweets, and daydreaming about one day taking a Salsa dance class.

Bailey presently lives with her family in the suite above the Wallace Funeral Home, a family owned establishment for the past 60 years. Her great grandad started the business and now it falls on her father’s shoulders to run it. As the eldest (and only) child it will one day be hers. Not only do her parents live and work there with her, so do her grandparents. Needless to say, it can drive a person crazy. Most of her days are spent there at work, making dead people look beautiful for their funerals. When she needs an escape, Bailey heads to the local park to listen to her mp3 player and read books where it’s quiet. She’s very partial to open nature spaces and enjoys a spot by the creek.

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