Kuya Leo, we already
made a skin wound. What’s next? Next, we’re going to
make skin burns! – Wow!
– Spicy! We’re going to
use gelatin powder. Will that make prosthetic
burns look real? Yes. You’ll need hot water,
gelatin, and glycerin. Who wants to try? – Althea!
– You. Here’s some
hot water. Here’s some
hot water. – Go! Fill it up to 1 oz.
– Go, Althea! – There!
– That’s enough. – Perfect!
– Pour it here. – Three, two, one, go!
– Yummy! Yippee! Go, Jana! – Go Jana! Go Jana!
– Go! Go! Go Jana! – Just a bit more.
– I think that’s enough. – There we go.
– That’s enough. – Wow!
– Perfect! – You can mix it now.
– Wow! – It’s so clear!
– It’s so thick! It’s syrupy! – It’s clearer than water.
– Is it okay to have lumps? Mix it until the
lumps disappear. – It’s clearer than water.
– Pour the glycerin in. So you’ll need equal parts
of the three ingredients. – Can I mix it?
– Give me that. – I want to mix it.
– Okay, it’s your turn. – Cool!
– It looks like honey. – With a bit of syrup.
– And some lime! And melted gummy bears! Once the mixture is set,
we’ll add some foundation. – Foundation!
– Makeup! – Is it for color?
– To make it look like skin. – It’s like food coloring.
– My hand is bleeding. Let’s mix it thoroughly. Let’s mix it thoroughly. You might get burned. – It changed color!
– It’s a slight tan now! – Let’s mix it now.
– It turned into peach! It’s a dark peach. The gelatin looks like
sugar, doesn’t it? Yeah, it’s like sugar. Why are we thinking
of food? – Yes!
– You all seem hungry. Plus, we’re on the
Snacksnaman table. You’re right! – This is what we’ll do.
– Alright. Take a bit of th
gelatin mixture. – Put it on your skin.
– Wherever we want? – Yes, wherever.
– I’ll use just a bit. You can make a hole
with the gelatin. – Awesome!
– Just like this. Let’s put some
on our skin. It feels like pancake
batter on the skin! Just spread it or
dab it. Dab it with your
wooden sticks. – It’s a popsicle stick.
– It smells like food. I’ll spread it like this. I’ll spread it like this. – It’ll look like burned skin.
– With holes! Yes, just like that. Let’s dust it with
some powder. – It smells like soap!
– It looks pretty painful. – Let’s add some powder.
– Why do we need powder? To prevent it from
being too sticky. You look like a
zombie now. You’re right! – Your skin looks burned.
– We suddenly turned white. – I can’t feel my hand.
– What if I covered my hand? Once we’ve applied powder,
let’s color it! – Yippee!
– Let’s use a lot of colors! – Does it look like a wound?
– It does. – As long as…
– Now we know their secrets! – There you go.
– Althea’s look natural. – That’s enough.
– Kiss! You can use this to
add some browns. – Okay.
– Two? You can also add a bit
of orange and yellow. – Alright, then!
– There. – These brushes don’t work.
– Use this. – Do we need to color it?
– Yes. Won’t they get
mixed up? – I mean, with the skin tone?
– No. I wonder what
happened to my hand. – Yeah.
– We were burned. – it’s so cool.
– It looks painful in real life. We can also add
a bit of black. If this really happened,
we’d need to see a doctor. It’s not normal
to have skin like this. – They’re going to sow it up.
– Sow? – Sew.
– You’re right. – To make it look fresh.
– Yuck! Fresh wound! I’ll add some more. If your skin gets burned,
it’ll look like this. – Okay!
– Help me! It’s hurts! – You’re pretty convincing!
– You’re the best actor! You’re in! You have a lot of
stuff going on. You have a third eye,
a wound, and now a burn! Third eye, fourth eye,
a burn and a wound. I kind of look like
a zombie now.