We're not sure of the dress code in the afterlife, but apparently it requires at least full face of makeup.
British cosmetics company Illamasqua has the market cornered by a new partnership with Leverton & Sons funeral home in London in what might be the creepiest collaboration ever.
Starting at about $725 ("subject to availability," the site says -- we recommend dying at a not too busy time of the year), you can a get a makeover by a professionally trained makeup artist in what Illamasqua has dubbed "The Final Act of Self-Expression."
After all, writes the company on its blog, "[A funeral] is a celebration of life, and one that should be indulged for your last glamorous look."
Well, at least you won't need makeup remover.