Large 200ml Professional Liquid Latex
Create realistic looking special effects and add fabulous fake skin conditions, scars, wounds and more to your next fancy dress costume with this high quality Australian made liquid latex by Global Colours. Use this liquid latex to blend prosthetics and create wounds that look just like the real thing. Complete your Halloween costume or Horror dress ups with this theatrical liquid latex!
- Liquid latex in a large 200ml / 6.7Fl.oz tub
- Latex can be used to create artificial skin, old age or even intricate costume designs.
- Apply with sponge, brush, or fingertips.
- Liguid latex is made in Australia.
- Safety instructions are included on the package.
Please Note: Latex may need to be shaken prior to use.
- The first and most important thing to know about latex is it stinks! So work in a well ventilated area!
- Second, disposable tools and applicators are essential! Why? Because when latex dries it can be impossible to remove and will destroy your expensive makeup brushes!
- What does it look like? Latex is thick and creamy in its liquid state but drys to a rubbery and somewhat sticky skin like texture.
- What can you do with it? Change your skin texture (old age or zombie makeup stippling), create fake wounds (cuts, abrasions, burns and skin tares), home made prosthetics (you can build literally anything), stick down and blend prosthetics and bald caps.
- Latex allows for multiple variations in the application process. The use of household items such as cotton balls, tissues and even coffee (for burns) can aid in wound creation.
- Liquid latex can be layered, but it is essential that if you are layering it, you allow the first layer to dry completely. This will help to prevent tearing on the skin.
- Once your latex dries it will continue to be sticky. Setting the latex with a loose powder is essential before painting over it or adding bloods. This will stop any potential tears in your work.
- You can paint over liquid latex with anything you like, including water activated, cream based, grease based and even foundation products.
- Once painted, you can also add blood to the look to simulate realistic wound effects.
- Latex can be removed easily by carefully pulling it off your skin (don’t rip it off or you may damage your skin), if the latex has been used on a large surface some warm soapy water can help with loosening it and peeling it off easier.