MAKING A CUT

To create an 'open wound', the Derma Wax construction has to be 'cut open' with the sharp side of a Derma Wax spatula. Lubricate the tip of the spatula with a little bit of Cleansing Cream. This will allow the spatula to slide more easily through the Derma Wax, preventing it from sticking to the spatula.
Make a cut in a lengthwise direction. Then you colour the inner side of the wound with dark red make-up (Grimas Water Make-up Pure or Crème Make-up Pure).

DERMA WAX = Derma Wax
DERMA WAX SPATULA = Derma Wax Spatula
CLEANSING CREAM / SKINCARE CREAM = Cleansing Cream
WATER MAKE-UP (PURE) = Water Make-up Pure
CRÈME MAKE-UP PURE = Crème Make-up Pure
FINISHING

Finally, you add Grimas Blood or Filmblood, depending on the desired effect.

Blood
Grimas Blood has a light and syrupy texture and a deep red colour. Apply directly from the tube or with a brush.

Filmblood is available in two colours: light, oxygenated blood (A) and dark, deoxygenated blood (B). You can apply it directly from the bottle.

Use a Stubble Sponge or a tissue to disperse the blood around the 'wound', if desired.

REMOVING THE PRODUCTS

Massage Grimas Multi Remover or Cleansing Cream into the skin.
Scrape the Derma Wax off the skin with the spatula.
Repeat this.

If a slight film forms on the skin, cleanse it afterwards with Grimas Cleansing Lotion.

If Blood, Filmblood or Blood Paste got onto clothing, rinse it out under a tap. Leave the item of clothing to soak in water containing a pre-wash (Biotex). Then wash it by hand or put it in the washing machine.