Victorian Skull Foam Latex Prosthetic
Foam latex prosthetic is 3D piece that moves and looks like skin. Foam latex prosthetics are basically a one time use. If you're very careful, use a lot of remover and slowly remove it you may be able to get multiple uses. Each time you take it off it will remove part of the blending edge. If you are successful in removal, clean the piece with remover, set out to let the remover dissipate then powder, place in zip lock bag and store away from light.
Created, sculpted and molded by award winning makeup artist Thomas Suprenant. It gives the illusion of only the top half of the skull exposed.
In these photos Thom is applying this piece at an IMAT trade show. He used PAX paint to paint this prosthetic. You could also use RMG (rubber mask grease) and that's what we have available in our kit. The cool flowered headpiece is Not available for purchase.
Suggested makeup: PAX Paint, RMG (rubber mask grease), Skin Illustrator
Add a Professional Makeup kit to go with this piece.
Pro Makeup Kit includes:
2oz Adhesive Remover
1 Translucent Powder
1 Powder Puff
1 Mini Brush Kit
6 Sponge Wedges
1 Derma Flesh RMG wheel which contains 6 different flesh colors
1 White & 1 Black RMG