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Zuko Scar video tutorial by Kimba616 Zuko Scar video tutorial by Kimba616
Youtube: [link]

EDIT- New picture from Fanime before the masquerade! :] Edited my eyes because I had taken my contacts out due to discomfort. -_-''

I'd like to hear some feedback! COMMENTS > FAVS

The first 5 minutes is basically prepping. Application starts at 5:00

I did Zuko's scar for part of my stage-makeup final last semester and have had a few people ask me how I did it, so here's my tutorial!

TRANSCRIPT:
5:09
don't worry, i'm not saying anything crucial. i'm a girl. i just talk a lot.
5:19
get your latex!
5:21
this is the fun part! to speed the drying up, you can use a hair dryer.
5:27
latex smells bad, so close your eye so the fumes don't get to you.
5:36
get your tissue. take a single layer and tear irregular pieces from it, make sure there are no smooth/straight edges.
5:43
when the latex is still wet, crumple the tissue and press it into the latex. then put another layer of latex on to and repeat as many times as you need to.
5:56
be sure not to get the tissue too close to the sketched line. you'll need that space for blending.
6:04
if you plan on re-using the scar, be sure to put more layers of latex on your skin BEFORE you start putting the tissue on.
6:11
the thicker it is, the greater chance it will come off in one piece.
6:28
cover all the tissue with latex to be sure parts don't peel off when putting makeup on. don't forget the edges!
6:40
make sure it's completely dry before you start coloring.
6:52
start with the base color, of course.
7:21
add darker color closer to your eye.
7:33
apply lighter color on top of the ridges and darker color under them. this will make them stand out more.
7:56
use browns to blend the scar into your skintone.
8:21
not crucial, but use liquid eyeliner on top of your eyelid for a cat-eye look.
8:40
NOT SHOWN: use setting powder to prevent the makeup from smearing. i took this off five minutes later, so i didn't do it.
8:44
LASTLY: if you plan on reusing the scar, be SURE to powder BOTH sides once it's been removed. otherwise it will stick to itself and be no good.
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LordHalgor Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
Great Tutorial!
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ShaneTheBlack Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014
what for colours do you have? Love 
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TealXUltimate Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Student General Artist

If only they used this in the movie. :D

 

Very, very awesome.

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VirusDoctor Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013
Thank you! I must have missed it in the video.
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Kimba616 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013
I'm pretty sure I mentioned it in the video, but yes! You need some kind of lubricant or lotion that you need to completely coat your brows, side burn, or hairline with to prevent it from getting ripped off.
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VirusDoctor Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013
When applying the liquid latex, do you put something on your eye brows before covering it with liquid latex? A few years ago I applied the latex directly to the eye brows.. well they ripped off and never grew back so now I have retarded eye brows .. :(
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Shadowmoon8 Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
Ha this scar is better than the one from the movie! It's really cool!
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empressofmelnibone Featured By Owner May 3, 2013
That is the most "frightening" fake scar i've ever seen!!!! I've seen real burn scars before and that makes me shudder. Love the eyes.
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asti-friend Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh man that looks sooo much better than the "wound" of the movie "the last airbender"
You should have worked at the set, really
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x--BloodyRose--x Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2012
Wonderful!
Just what I need now. XD
Thanks for giving those explenations,. :)
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