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Kangaroo, Vampire Blood Gel, 1oz Bottle
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- Halloween Fake Blood; Vampire Blood, 1 Oz; Blood Halloween Gel
- Professional Quality; Perfect Consistency to Apply Blood for Special FX; Thick Syrup Like Honey; Perfect For Wounds & Scabs
- Mixes Great With Our Liquid Latex For Perfect Wound Special Effects
- Special Effects Blood Red; Perfect Blood Red Special Effects; Fake Blood Makeup
- 1 Oz Thick Blood Gel
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1 Oz Fake Vampire Blood For Halloween, Dress-Up, Theater, Film, Or Any Occasion; Professional Quality Haunting Blood
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This blood by Kangaroo is a little under ten bucks an ounce, which is pretty pricey if you're planning on making a movie with it, but it's great if you're just looking to put that finishing touch on a Halloween or cosplay outfit. Be warned, it stains pretty badly and quickly, so don't get it on anything you don't mind losing. It also left red stain marks on my hand and head where it was that took a good half of a day or more before it was completely gone.
The vial claims it drips, but it really doesn't. It stays in place pretty firmly. However, it does clot and looks very realistic once it's applied. A little goes a long way, as well. To do the head wound in my picture, we used a Q-tip and only a very small amount of the blood. It builds on itself quite well, creating a natural pooling, which is awesome for natural looking injuries.
While the blood is a bit on the pricier side (for any large-scaled projects you should look into making your own blood), it does a great job at being blood.