Ben Nye Fresh Scab
Fresh Scab by Ben Nye is an authentic brownish-blood tint for older, dried blood clotting effects. Fresh Scab blood doesn't completely set but the outer layer scabs over. Washable. May stain some fabrics; test before use.
- Expect 10-35 applications per ounce
- may stain some fabrics
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April 15, 2015
Works wonderfully! Definitely would buy.
September 27, 2015
Great product for quick scratches and cuts. Also great for burns, if you buy the Ben Nye Charcoal Powder as well. What you do is take a spatula or popsicle stick and smear a nice layer of "Fresh Scab" onto the area you want burned, then take Ben Nye Charcoal Powder and dust all over the "Fresh Scab". Take some water on a paint brush and start to rub and take away areas of the charcoal powder and fresh scab. You will start to see the burn appear right before your eyes! Mess around with it, you could do some cool stuff with it. Good Product!
October 27, 2015
Absolutely love it! Although, a few months into owning and usage, it being mixed caused it to become runny. Only downfall is long hair sticking to it. Other than that, totally worth the money.
Hanz Vonder Lou's Review
November 02, 2015
I must say, Ben Nye outdid themselves for making this product. I must say that this products looks surreal perfect for that fresh wound effect. Did a scar makeup and added Ben Nye's Fresh Scab and Voila! Never failed to amaze me.
March 15, 2016
This is great stuff! Wonderful to use when filling in cuts and gashes, as well as to stage blood for blood clots. Worth the money, that's for sure.
September 08, 2016
It really looked like scabs
July 02, 2018
I am in love with this product! It works great for creating scratches and depth in a wound. I would recommend this product along with the stipple sponges for creating the perfect scratch!
October 26, 2018
I love this stuff. Very realistic color and texture.
November 17, 2018
I use this on lots of my makeup works, and it never lets me down.