3 piece foam latex prosthetics. Apply with pros-aide, which you can also use to attach the antennae.
Foam latex is soft and moves with your skin, so it's very realistic.
Foam latex prosthetics are basically a 1 time use. Each time you remove the piece you loose part of the blending edge. If you use a lot of remover, and take your time you might be able to use it again. Using a brush or cotton soak around the edge of the prosthetic until it starts to loosen from the skin. If you reuse it, clean the adhesive off with remover, let the remover dissipate , powder it and then store in a zip lock bag away from sunlight.
We suggest using PAX Paint or rubber mask grease to paint these pieces. PAX paint is an adhesive remover which you use on the prosthetic and can also use on skin. PAX stays on for hours until you take it off with a special remover, the same remover you use to take the piece off of your face.
If you use rubber mask grease paint you'll need a translucent powder to set it or it may smear.
Purchase this piece unpainted
Rubber mask Grease (RMG) makeup was used in this finished look pictured.
Also available is a pro makeup kit that includes:
3 pots of RMD in green, black and highlight
1oz Pros-aide adhesive ( a very strong professional adhesive)
2oz Adhesive remover
3 sponge wedges
Mini brush kit
cost is $32 for the pro makeup kit
This piece was painted with RMG and powdered with translucent powder to set.
See video on this page below pictures on applying this prosthetic.