The Cuts and Bruises Wheel features four shades valuable for creating injuries. The colors are based off of the shades that appear in the skin throughout the lifespan of an injury.
The shades Blood Red, and Sapphire Blue can be used to represent injured and distressed flesh, while Forest Green and Yellow work perfectly to mimic the colors that occur throughout the healing process of the skin.
This compact wheel fits perfectly in any makeup kit or touch-up bag and the clear lid allows for easy visual access.
The colors in this wheel lend themselves perfectly to any special effects, theatrical, character, or film & television makeup artist.
28gm./1oz. – Expect 16-100 applications per shade
Ben Nye - Pro Cuts & Bruises Creme FX Wheel - Large
Apply to the skin with a sponge, fingertip, or synthetic brush such as our Texture Brushes. Set with Neutral Set, or Colorless Luxury Powder to retain brilliance and resist perspiration.
Using a metal palette spatula, mix two or more shades on the built-in acrylic palette for customized creme tones. Mix a few drops of isopropyl alcohol into the cremes to create sheer colors that give the illusion of being submerged under the skin to create depth and layers.
Apply red tones to imitate fresh wounds and irritated skin. Deeper reds and crimsons can be introduced to mimic coagulating or dried blood. Blend in deep blue tones to age bruises or wounds. To lighten the shade of the colors, use a mixing palette to add White FX-0 to any desired color.
Gently wipe off makeup with Quick Cleanse on a cotton pad. Wash off residue with soap and water, oil-free Hydra Cleanse, or a facial wipe. Due to vivid pigments used in our red, blue, and violet colors, staining may occur on sensitive skin, such as the area around the eyes.