Knead a piece of wax in your hand until it is soft.
Apply the wax to the skin. Flatten it with your fingers until it is smooth and even.
Apply foundation on top of the wax. Try to get the colour as close to your skin tone as possible.
Carefully carve into the wax with a spatula or a small, curved knife (be very careful of the skin underneath). To look like a wolf attack, carve a few parallel scratches.
Dip a brush in water and moisten the paint. Apply black face paint to the wound first, and then red. Dab red around the wound with a sponge.
Carefully shape the wax so that the wound has a nice opening.
Apply fake blood to the wound and dab once more with the sponge.
Watch out for the wolf! Whether you’re dressing up as a scary Little Red Riding Hood or a gruesome zombie, you’ll need a wicked wound to match the look. Add bloodshot contact lenses and cool false eyelashes, and your Halloween makeup is complete. Tip! Apply some baby oil to your fingers when working with the wax, to prevent it from sticking. Just don’t use too much, or the wax will dissolve. Apply oil to the spatula as well, so that it doesn’t pull the wax off with it while carving the wound.