So, this is more on the lines of the makeup I want to pursue. Not that I don't LOVE doing beauty and editorial makeup, but...I love the gore and the blood lol. So here's the finished product:
Now, I don't have the products pictured for this particular look because I did it before I was invited to do the blog. I just really want to start putting looks up because I feel that I've been neglecting such an awesome opportunity. Things have been way hectic right now, but I promise I'll start posting more! So, to start off this look, I simply took pieces of tissue (Or toilet paper) and attached it to my model's neck using flesh colored liquid latex (You can get liquid latex at any costume store). If you don't have liquid latex, you CAN use Elmer's School Glue, just be careful that the person you're applying this to has some moisturizer on and isn't allergic to anything in the glue.
After attaching the paper, I cut a hole in it to make it look like there was skin peeled away. From there, I used a variety of eye shadow (Mainly reds, purples, and blacks) to make the bruising and hide the edges of the latex and paper. To make it look bloody, I mixed together red lip gloss and Vaseline. You can also get fake blood, or make your own. My dad has a SUPER easy blood recipe which consists of clear dish soap and food coloring.
This look is seriously VERY easy, but VERY time consuming depending on how you want it to look. Don't rush this if you decide to try it. Take it slow. Pick a day that you have NOTHING going on, and just go for it. That's how I started. Have fun with it!