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)

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

How to Make Fake Blood for Halloween | Thaitrick Want to make some realistic fake blood for a creepy Halloween. Here's an easy way to make fake blood for halloween.

How to Make Fake Blood for Halloween Thaitrick Want to make some realistic fake blood for a creepy Halloween. Here's an easy way to make fake blood for halloween.

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So neat I would do this on my face instead. Making veins: Pull some red wool apart so you see the individual fibres. Stick them down to your skin with prosaide or latex. Use a needle to adjust the shape while the glue is still wet.

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.

Creative makeup which is a stereotypical aspect of the horror genre. This shows the  lesser a theme of violence but a theme of infection. No use of blood but these effects are just as good. This is a simplistic but effective makeup look.

Creative makeup which is a stereotypical aspect of the horror genre. This shows the lesser a theme of violence but a theme of infection. No use of blood but these effects are just as good. This is a simplistic but effective makeup look.

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