Scars With Bubblegum

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Introduction: Scars With Bubblegum

Cheapest method for making fx effect. This instructional show you how to make fake wounds with bubblegum instead of fx wax. AMAZING EFFECT GUARANTEED !


Step 1: The Base

instead of fx wax you can take a non-sugar bubblegum.make the desired form of the wound you want to make. And apply skin tone( your color).

Step 2: The Real Thing

Take a blade and cut trough the gum( dont cut yourself).

Step 3: The Color

put some black and after apply some red makeup. Make this wound more real.

Step 4: The Final Scene

your wound need blood. Take fake blood or just make it yourself with corn sirup and red dye.
Your are done. This beautiful ?


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    25 Discussions

    and why a real blade? you can unsharpen it by a simple piece of stone or another metal, isn't using the sharpened one a little bit stupid?

    thanks now my mouth is full of bubble gum because of your great idea...thanks

    I remember coming across this last year and ended up using it for Halloween. It was a blast to do and came out great. My only problem is that I would often forget I had bubblegum on me and accidentally touch it all. I was a mess by the end of the night. It can also be a tad bit time consuming, so it can look great with some planning. The one I did on my brother's neck was MUCH more dramatic (no pics unfortunately) than my random ones. I'd do it again if I didn't have to take care of a newborn this year. My little baby boy is due in October. ^_^

    Oh, and I used Hubba Bubba with the cheap make-up from a halloween store. A skin tone, black, brown, and red worked fine.

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    First, I'd probably chew it to mold it, then flatten out the side that touches your skin. Last, I would use Spirit Gum to attach it for a while. BTW nice instructable.

    By the way, I think this is really clever and cool! I'm wanting to try it, but I want to make sure I get it right and I want it to stay in place for the whole evening!

    Did you mix the makeup in with the gum first? And how'd you get it to stay in place?

    How do you get the gum to get that form and make flexible like that.

    my english is bad.the stuff the women apply on face what is the name ?