Bloody Broken Nose for Halloween by Zuri FX

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Special FX Broken Nose

Zuri Fx

Today I’m doing a gory bloody Broken Nose. Bringing imagination to life. Something so simple with a great impact. 

Here is a step by step tutorial on how I achieved this look.

You will need:

Ben Nye Liquid Latex 

Ben Nye Nose and Scar Wax 

Mehron Putty Modeling Stainless Steel Spatula

Ben Nye Olive Deep Theatrical Makeup Kit  

Diamond FX Red Face Paint 

Partyxplosion Dark Purple Face Paint 

Tag White Face Paint

Graftobian FX Blood Gel

 

I applied a everyday makeup look (including Ben Nye Sienna powder and Banana powder) 

First! HAVE FUN

 

1. Apply a small amount of latex directly to your nose. Make 2 small lines on each side parallel to each other. While wet …

 

2. Roll 2 small pieces of Scar Wax onto skin in straight lines. Apply to tacky latex. Time to MOLD! :)

 

 

3.Using your molding utensil. Blend out Scar wax. Leaving a gap in between the middle of the nose. Take your time to blend the scar wax into the side of your nose.

 

4. Apply a layer of latex to cover your entire nose. Let dry! Needs to be dry. Once dry, apply translucent powder to take away the shine.

 

5. Take your color makeup foundation and apply around the wound and blend into your skin. Take pale white face paint and color the outer edge of the broken nose. Take purple face paint and apply in the inner ridges of the nose. Take the red face paint apply inside the rest of the open wound. Using a sponge, apply red facepaint on the outside of the wound just a little bit.

 

ADD Blood! Best part of the whole look

Perfect for a Halloween

Thank you! I hope you enjoyed my blog. More to come 

 

Zuri Fx Johnson, Makeup and Fx Artist, Kids Face painter, Theater Makeup artist.  All levels of makeup she enjoys! Zuri has been a professional makeup artist for nine years.

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Go scare some people but also be safe!


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