Store-bought fake blood isn’t too expensive, but the consistency and color are always the same. Real blood varies, from bright red when oxygenated (arterial blood) to deep, dark red when deoxygenated (venous blood), and it can be either thick or thin. So to achieve the best special effect, you’re better off making a batch of DIY fake blood yourself to get the look and texture you’re going for. And it’s very simple to do.

Chances are, your kitchen and bathroom already contain the things you need to make that perfect red goo at home. In this guide, there are three fake blood recipes, any of… more


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