This 3D wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips. In addition to what's already in your makeup kit, you'll need a nontoxic glue stick ($1 for two). Cut off a small segment of the adhesive with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

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This wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips.Cut off a small segment of the glue stick with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

“Seeing some progress in my sfx skills  this felt so weird on my lips haha, made this with grimas cream colors, derma wax and fake blood off course! …”

Fake Injury/Wound Makeup - “Seeing some progress in my sfx skills this felt so weird on my lips haha, made this with grimas cream colors, derma wax and fake blood off course!

I like the way this slit throat looks. It looks incredibly realistic and really effective. To create this I would use sculpt gel because I think it would be the best product to use as it will move naturally with the neck.

I like the way this slit throat looks. It looks incredibly realistic and really effective. To create this I would use sculpt gel because I think it would be the best product to use as it will move nat (Best Products Photography)

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with an angled brush. Then using the same type brush line it, just inside the shape, with the quick look busy shadow and blend it inwards. This helps give it a more raw flesh colour and gives it more depth. Finally use a concealer brush and boing concealer and sharpen and tidy up around the shape. xx

Want to create the perfect werewolf scratches? Check out this look from the Marina Ijichi from the Bury Benefit counter "Werewolf scratch" - Apply a thick coat of dare me lipstick onto the area with a

Production, styling, art direction, makeup, photography, backdrop handmade by: Chloe Barcelou Model: Abby Stuart Hair: Jessica Ruston Neck wound: Michael Geary Styling additions: My Mom (Pam Barcelou)

handmade by: Chloe Barcelou Model: Abby Stuart Hair: Jessica Ruston Neck wound: Michael Geary Styling additions: My Mom (Pam Barcelou)

Makeup with Jessy Pearl: Special FX: Fake Wound

Want to make a wound that looks as if it hurts like a bitch? You won& believe how you can create this disgusting special FX technique with .

Diy wound. Have to do this. Looks cool. Obsessed with wound makeup and stuff like that.

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halloween makeup diy -- tutorial on how to create fake wounds that could be used for claw marks, demon attacks, zombie makeup or anything else you can dream of. a bit skimpy on details but it's a great start

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