-Elmer’s glue (really any white school glue will work)
-tissue or toilet paper
-liquid foundation (this is really optional)
-eyeshadow: red, black, and gray
-paintbrushes: one medium/small flat, and one small round for details
-acrylic paint: red, black, brown, light green, light blue, and white (the crappy $1 acrylics work fantastic)
-corn syrup or karo syrup
-red food dye
just a few things:
-the blood will most likely stain both your skin and clothing, depending on what kind of food dye you use
-at first, the blood is really messy and drippy but after a few minutes it’ll start to dry and stay in place. it’s still ridiculously sticky though so I wouldn’t try to hug anyone.
-try not to get the glue/tissue paper/flour in your hair like I did
-to get the glue to dry quickly, use a hair dryer
the white face paint puck is Snazaroo face paint that can be bought at most art supply stores, mine is from Michaels.
the face paint palette with black and red is Wolfe art hydro colour face paint which I purchased at Imats Toronto last year but is also available at special FX retailers.
The fake blood is from Spirit Halloween stores which typically open up in major cities everywhere close to Halloween time, if you’re from Ontario there are ones in Pickering, Whitby, Vaughn and Toronto, a good place to get other supplies as well