Show less Whether you want to create wrinkles, scrapes, scars, or try out zombie and fantasy looks, latex makeup is the way to go! Before you start on your masterpiece, take a second to plan your look. Then, start experimenting with different techniques and you'll make something out of this world!
I Used Liquid Latex To Get A Salon-Style Manicure
In this following instructable I will be showing you how to make a simple, yet realistic and reusable, latex wound effect on a tight budget. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Begin by cleansing the desired application area, in this case my left wrist. Once the area is dry and clean, begin applying the first thin layer of Liquid Latex.
Choosing The Best Liquid Latex
Liquid Latex is used to create unusual skin textures or to apply Crepe Hair and prosthetics. Available in a variety of colors and sizes. Brush on a thin layer of Liquid Latex to the desired area and allow to dry. To create textures, use flaked cereal, cotton, tissue, etc.
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