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Mehron Bruise Wheel Tutorial – How to make a fake bruise


So in this video we’re going to talk about
how to make a fake bruise with the Mehron Bruise Wheel coming up. So before we get into the making the bruise
tutorial part of this video, we’re going to talk about the Mehron Bruise Wheel and what
exactly is it and everything about it. So this is the Mehron ProColoring Bruise Wheel,
and it comes in this little cardboard container, packaging. And when you open it, you get this little
shaped container. It unscrews, and then when you open it, you
get five colors of Mehron paint. The colors you if get are Spanish olive, maize
yellow, bloody rose, burnt maroon, and midnight sky. The color can be applied to latex, skin, silicone,
gelatin, and pretty much any SFX makeup appliance. And just to put this out there, the Mehron
ProColoring Bruise Wheel is vegan-free … It’s cruelty-free and vegan. The ProColoring Bruise Wheel has about 28
grams or one ounce of makeup inside it. It can last up to 30 months or two and a half
years, and the full two and a half years that I’ve used this, it doesn’t run out of paint. Unless you just started digging it out and
throwing it on different random things constantly, it doesn’t run out of that fast. It can cover your whole body. Hey, also, if you want to check out the Mehron
Bruise Wheel, there’s going to be a link down in the description for you guys, so don’t
forget to go check that out and don’t forget to subscribe to this channel for more special
effects makeup videos. Also, hit that subscribe button for more special
effects videos just like this one. And it’s time to go to the tutorial part of
how you make your fake bruise with the Mehron Bruise Wheel. Okay. To start off, to make the fake bruise, we’re
going to need the Mehron ProColoring Bruise Wheel, obviously, and we’re going to need
a few makeup sponges. Probably a little bit more than that. That looks good. Okay, moving on. Okay, so after the mess that you supposedly
made, we’re going to need to clean that up and then we’re going to take your sponge and
you’re going to start plucking the bottom of the sponge so you can get a random stipple
pattern for your bruise makeup. Okay, with your Mehron Bruise Wheel, we’re
going to take the shade a bloody rose and we’re going to lightly stipple that Mehron
paint onto your skin and make sure that you have in mind of what hit your skin. If it’s a hand print, it’ll be in the hand
print shape. If it’s the butt of a gun, it will be in the
butt of a gun shape, which is like an oval shape. Okay. Take the shade burnt maroon from your Mehron
Bruise Wheel and put that where your fake bruise is going to go. If you don’t have a sponge to do this with,
you can also do this with a brush or you can possibly do it with a finger, and just lightly
dab on the colors from your Mehron Bruise Wheel. I like to take the green and the yellow from
the Mehron Bruise Wheel and somewhat mix them together, but not all the way, and stipple
that on the outside of the bruise. What this actually is, it’s the iron from
the blood that’s just sitting there and it’s kind of gross. Okay. Now that it’s finished, hopefully to your
liking, we’re going to take the midnight sky from the Mehron paint and put this on the
bruise. This is the final color that we’re going to
use because it’s the last color of the Mehron Bruise Wheel. Since the Mehron ProColoring Bruise Wheel
paint is a cream makeup, you’re going to want to put translucent powder over it or you’re
going to want to put baby powder over it, something to set your makeup so it does not
spread everywhere because it will. Okay, so you have created your fake bruise. You’ve learned about the Mehron ProColoring
Bruise Wheel. If you want to go check that out, there’s
a link down in the description. Don’t forget to subscribe to this channel,
and as always, I’ll see you guys in the next video.

Cesar Sullivan

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