DRY is a topical spray for minimizing perspiration under prosthetic appliances. DRY is to be used prior to the application of makeup. Once dry, apply makeup as usual. You can reduce drying time with a hairdryer. The drying effect will improve with each application. It can be applied anywhere to the face and neck, and it can also be combed through the hair under a bald cap. Removal is easy with Telesis Super Solv, or Telesis Makeup Remover.
99.9% isopropyl alcohol also known as IPA. Used by make up artists with many SFX products and the activation of speciality palettes from Reels, Skin Illustrator, BluebirdFX & Stacolors, also...
Can be used to create various different stipple effects. From broken thread veins to stubble. Can be reused after cleaning.
Nick Dudman Washable Blood is requested by stage management, special effects, props, wigs and wardrobe departments and make-up effects artists as it is easily and safely removed from skin and...
Crepe hair is synthetic hair used for making beards and moustaches for stage and television. Comes in many natural shades and can be mixed for a more realistic appearance.