When working under the eyes, have your model look upwards - only with the eyes, without moving the head.
If you work above the eyes (eyelid), have your model close his/her eyes in a relaxed manner. Children are inclined to shut their eyes tight. Then you can say: keep your eyes closed as if you are sleeping.

Black eye: apply blue Grimas Water Make-up (Pure) to the corner of the eye and some red make up on the sunken areas. Blend the colours into each other. You can tone down the colours with yellow Water Make-up (Pure).

Graze: rub a Grimas Stoppel Sponge over the red Water Make-up (Pure) and smear stripes onto the face.

Hint: if there are multiple scratches in a graze, make sure that they are parallel to each other to create a believable effect.

WATER MAKE-UP (PURE) = Water Make-up Pure
STOPPEL SPONGE = Stubble sponge
Rinse out the Stubble Sponge, rub it back and forth on the black Water Make-up (Pure), then wipe the sponge over the red stripes.
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.

Hint: if there are multiple scratches in a graze, make sure that they are parallel to each other to create a believable effect.

You make the 'nosebleed' with red 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.