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Makeup Test/Tutorial -Basic Wounds- by KuragariSensei Makeup Test/Tutorial -Basic Wounds- by KuragariSensei
So... I got hit by a bus yesterday....

Nope! Just a makeup test I did yesterday for a future version of Pirate!England. My friend will probably do the same with Pirate!Spain

How to :

*What you need
-Makeup base/hydrating cream
-Foundation
-Concealer
-Contouring
-Liquid latex
-Brushes
-Gloves (I always work with them xD)
-Special effect sponge i.beautylish.co/74dfNDo-SYuO13...
-Lot of eyeshadows (red, yellow, green, purple, brown, black, white, blue)
-Blood gel shop.cinemasecrets.com/media/c... (you can also make your own with petroleum jelly and red dye)
-Normal special effect blood shop.cinemasecrets.com/media/c...

1. I always start my makeup with a good base or hydrating cream. Apply it a few minutes before starting anything else
2. Apply a thin amount of liquid latex where you want to do your wounds
3. With a brush or anything you find suitable (I work with toothpick WTF XD) apply more of the latex but in thin thick line to create definition like a rim. You can create big opened wound by connecting two lines (like I did for the big wound, to the upper part of the cheekbone and nose). You can do small lines for the rest. For the the one that looks like you scrape your face on the concrete, use latex and the special effects sponge to pat the latex.
4. Wait for it to dry well
5. Apply concealer on your face and the wounds then the foundation like you would normally do.
6. Apply the rest of the makeup like eyeliner, contouring, highlighting, etc
7. Use the eyeshadow to create bruises where you want them and inflammation around the wounds to create depth to them
8. Use the blood gel inside the rims or on the lines to create the illusion of a deep opened wound
9. Add the FX blood, that is more liquid, on the wounds and around to look like it's fresh and still bleeding. Use the sponge on the area were you use it with the latex and tap it again and using some light stroke. It will looks like the skin broke a bit. (I used some blood gel for the nosebleed)

Work with the two kind of blood and eyeshadows until you're please with the result and TADA !

Ask anything you want and I'll be glad to help you ! ^^


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Makeup and pictures by me ! :iconkuragarisensei:
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AngelOfDarkness217 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
It's so nice to see others that are skilled in special effects make up! I am too!
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KuragariSensei Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013
That's great!
I can't apply real makeup to save my life.... But give me eyeshadows, latex and blood and I do something cool
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AngelOfDarkness217 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I'm one of those jack of all trades people, I have multiple talents and special effects make up is one of them. It's exciting when you meet somebody with similar talents to your own ^^~
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KuragariSensei Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013
Yes it is!
Last year I did my boyfriends make up for Mirai Nikki. His character was almost getting his head cut off (and then totally cut off). I made a big bloody gash on the neck.
It was a masterpiece~ (It almost made a kid cry in the subway xD)
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AngelOfDarkness217 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Lol pure genius! I love a good bloody gory cosplay!
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KuragariSensei Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013
Me too *__*
So much
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AngelOfDarkness217 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I'm gonna participate in the zombie walk next year!
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KuragariSensei Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2013
I'll do it too if I have the time xD
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CASEwazLYIN Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so cool- I have never tried latex with a special effects makeup, but the next time I can get my hands on it, I'll try it! Love it! :la: Thanks for the tutorial! 
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KuragariSensei Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013
Yup! I looove liquid latex cause you can also use it a bit like a glue, but you can also mmix it with your foundation and do your wounds on a plastic sheet some days before. After that you just got to peel it and glue it to your face and add a bit more of latex on the edges to "blend it" to your skin.
I mostly use Spirit gum to glue anything, but you can add more definition to the wounds by using kleenex and liquid latex.
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