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How to make fake puncture/bite wounds without Spirit gum or stuff like it?

I’ve heard that you can make fake skin out of just household items, pretty much used for cooking and baking. But I haven’t been able to find out what I need.
I’m looking to make fake puncture or bite wounds for zombie and vampire makeup. I cannot afford and do not have enough time left this month to order the specialty items used for making better prosthetics so any helpful tips would be appreciated.

2 Responses to How to make fake puncture/bite wounds without Spirit gum or stuff like it?

  • Selena says:

    Here’s a good fake skin recipe that might work for you:

    Materials Needed:
    8 TBSP flour
    5 TBSP warm water
    Regular or Halloween face makeup

    Instructions:
    Mix together the flour and water, this will result in a dough like mixture. Do not add the makeup into the mixture.
    Use this mixture and with a bit of regular elmer’s school glue it can be affixed to the face or body. Mold the dough or fake skin to desired effect and then let dry. Keep in mind that this will take quite a while. However after adding the makeup and the fake blood or other gruesome effects the simple dough comes to life.

    If you have no halloween makeup, just cover the mixture with blood. It will look good enough.

    ?Happy Halloween!?

  • LibraryGal says:

    If you need puncture wounds like those from vampire fangs, try drawing them on your jugular with an eyebrow pencil. You could add a smidge of red lip gloss for blood, if necessary.

    Hope this helps.

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