Made of soft 3D foam latex which moves with your skin. Apply with Pros-Aide. See our How To page on application and removal of a foam latex prosthetic.
Foam latex prosthetics are basically a 1 time use. If you're very careful, use a lot of remover and take your time you may be able to get a 2nd or 3rd application. Each time you remove the piece you take away some of the edge and handling will start degrading the foam. It's up to you how many times you reuse it.
This painted version was painted by Jeffrey Taylor using Thom Surprenant's Andor Blue PAX paint for the base, highlighted in Beast Blue PAX paint. PAX is an adhesive makeup that can be applied with a brush or sponge, or diluted and run through an airbrush. PAX can also be applied to the skin and it will stay on for hours even in hot and humid environments. Then speckeled with skin illustrators. Remove with Pros-Aide & PAX remover or Telesis Makeup Remover. Powder over makeup using Ben Nye translucent powder. You can also use Water activated or RMG makeup instead of the PAX Paint.
Add a pair of foam latex ears and
Add contacts to finish your look.
Available here to add to your purchase is a
PAX PAINT pro application kit which includes:
1 oz Andor Blue PAX paint
1 oz Beast Blue PAX paint
2 single makeups in pink and white
1 oz Pro Adhesive
2 oz Adhesive remover
1 translucent powder
1 powder puff
4 sponge wedges
1 brush kit