You make the 'nosebleed' with red Water Make-up (Pure).
WATER MAKE-UP (PURE) = Water Make-up (Pure)
Cut: draw a thin, straight, black line. Under the line, paint on blood that seems to be dripping down, using red Water Make-up (Pure).

If you do not want the colours to mix, be sure to wait for the first layer to dry before applying another colour over it or up against it.

General tip: Water Make-up can be used to add (additional) colour to the hair and eyebrows, provided that the hair is not permed, bleached or dyed. Use a toothbrush to do this.

Hair that has been coloured using Water Make-up (Pure) can be washed with shampoo.

Hint: stick a plaster over a 'wound'.