To make these you only need a few minutes and couple kinds of makeup. These are meant to look like fresh scratch marks that haven’t healed over yet. Since these are quick scratch marks, they don’t look as realistic as some of the more in depth techniques, therefor you’ll want to keep the scratches on the smaller side, as they tend to lose their effect if made too big.
I painted these on my feet, since it was the easiest place for me to paint and film at the same time, but you can easily put them across your neck, face, arms, etc. to make a better show for your costume. Also, it’ll look better if you choose a place where your skin is all the same shade, as opposed to what I did with my sandal-tanned feet
(This was one I shot quite a while ago on my old camera, so my apologies, but the picture quality kinda sucks).
Some type of pinkish lipstick (The color I used was Niagara Overlook by Burt’s Bees which I found on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2xR8obO)
Concealer, just a shade darker than your skin
Skin-colored powder makeup
Paint brush or makeup brush
Quick and Easy Scratch Marks Halloween Makeup Tutorial Copyright © Amber Reifsteck ~ The Woodland Elf