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Cut finger video tutorial

Cut finger video tutorial

See how to use Grimas derma wax and stage blood to make a realistic cut finger wound.

The makeup used in making this video is listed here:

Synthetic powder  brush PK8
Brush for applying loose and pressed face powders
Grimas derma wax with sculpting tool
Derma wax is flesh coloured and has excellent adhesion. It is excellent for making wounds or scars and for hiding skin irregularities. Mould it to shape with the sculpting tool and use makeup remover or similar to lubricate the tools and fingers used to smooth and blend.
Cleansing cream 200ml
Cleansing cream comes in a 200ml container. It is a soft, oil based and slightly conditioning cream for removing all types of makeup.  Cleansing cream is also used for smoothing off dermawax in caualty simulation work.
Disposable sponges - 3 pack for water based
Disposable sponges - 3 pack for water based
Grimas derma wax simple wound kit with blood and sculpting tool
A simple kit for cuts and slash wounds. Remove some wax with the sculpting tool and work it briefly to soften it before applying to cleansed skin. Clean and lubricate the tool with some makeup remover and use it to make a cut in the derma wax. Fill the cut with blood. You can make the cut look deeper by putting a bit of black makeup in the bottom of the cut before you add the blood.
Derma wax 60ml
Derma wax is flesh coloured and has excellent adhesion. It is excellent for making wounds or scars and for hiding skin irregularities. Use remover oil or similar to lubricate the tools and fingers used to smooth dermawax to shape.
Cleansing lotion 100ml
Cleansing lotion 100ml One product you don't want to be without in your makeup kit is a good cleansing lotion. It's useful for quite a few jobs: Before makeup: Well you won't be very surprised to learn that it cleanses!  The lotion will degrease and clean the skin really well and make the makeup go on so much easier and with no streaks either. You just put some on a cottonwool pad and wipe away the excess skin oil and shift any other muck or makeup remains. Cleansing also helps you stick latex face extensions and crepehair so they won't come loose at an inappropriate moment! After makeup: You can use cleansing lotion after a makeup remover to remove the remover and clean the skin ready for re-moisturising. This after-makeup routine is often forgotten but it really helps keep your skin in good condition - even in a long run of performance.  So the
Dermawax sculpting and modelling tool
Modelling and sculpting tool for dermawax with at least 7 uses. You can: Model and sculpt derma wax And nose wax too Get very small quanities of cream or camouflage makeup out Lever used colour pots from palettes Unclip those plastic tags that hold your laptop together Fit old style car window seals Remove staples
Mouldable blood paste in a big 75ml tube
Thick paste for older wounds. It stays in place well which makes it easier to keep off clothing. Remove with washing. Pre-soak stained clothing to remove. (May stain some fabrics)
15ml 504 Bordeaux water makeup
Grimas Pure water makeup for face painters
15ml B2 beige base cream makeup
Warm beige colours from B1 lightest to B6 darkest
15ml J3 olive cream makeup
Olive toned colours for brown skin from J1 lightest to J7 darkest
15ml PF Pale Flesh cream makeup
Useful for simulating shock