Create the appearance of blood effects. Create a bleeding wound on the stage, or in a film. Blood Powder is applied thinly to dry skin with a powder puff or powder brush. Instant Blood Powder applied in this way is virtually invisible until this point in time. Then the simulated wound is coated with a wet medium: for example, diluted transparent jelly or glycerin diluted with water. A trickle of blood will then appear, with the amount depending on the amount of moisture applied.
Powder a neck and drag a wet prop knife across for instant bleeding, or apply to an actor's back for easy whip marks when a wet prop whip in dragged across.
Blood Powder will stain, it cannot be removed from textile fabrics. It can be removed from some surfaces only with difficulty. In order to prevent staining of the actor’s skin, Blood Powder should be applied to skin that has a protective shield of greasepaint or makeup. All said Blood Powder is a fun, great and versatile special effects blood product. This is one FX Blood product worth a try and worth a place in your FX kit.