How Can I Make a Fake Scar With Flour & Water?

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Making a fake scar requires the use of flour, water and a few other basic tools. Find out how you can make a fake scar with flour and water with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Alyssa Push, and I'm a makeup artist as well as a special effect artist. I'm going to show you how to make a scar using flour and water. First, you'll need flour, a little bit of water, a container to mix it in and a spoon to stir it in. Let's get started. So this is how you do it. Take a couple of spoonful scoops of flour, put it in your mixing bowl. You want to add just a little bit of water and stir it in. And keep adding water. You don't want to get it too watery. So keep an eye on it. You want it to get to almost like a putty. As you noticed it's getting well mixed together but we still want it to be not as creamy or too watery. So we want to add a little bit more flour in there, just like how you're making a pie. You use the flour to make it more or less sticky. So when you put it in your hands the idea is to not let it get supper messy. You want to add more flour. You want it to be able to roll off your fingers easy when you get it to a desirable consistency. So it's best to wash your hands so you have something clean to work with. What you want to do is take a little bit and start. Say we're going to put one on our hand, and work it around until it becomes flush with your skin and that you can mold it to whatever shape you desire. If you need to add some more flour. This will help it dry and give it a surface that you can then put special effects makeup on it. You can then clean it off if you like. And there you go, ready to go. So here we have it. We have what, you can start with a foundation before you put on makeup to blend it in to give it effects, scarring. This is what you start with. I'm Alyssa Push, thank you for joining. Enjoy your scar. See you next time.

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