The most widely used stipple in the industry. Clean skin with alcohol for maximum adhesion. Decant stipple into a small container and heat in microwave for 2 seconds. Be careful not to overheat as material will coagulate. Stretch skin and stipple area with a light coat of desired old age stipple, powder and release. Castor oil makeup base or Stacolors may be used as translucent washes over or under stipples for a natural look. A wash of castor oil and 70% alcohol may be used to remove the powdery look of latex over the stretched and stippled areas. Stipples are all a light skin tone. To remove, massage any liquid hand soap into stippled area and let soak for at least one minute. Apply a wet towel to area for one minute and repeat process. Stipple will roll off the skin.
A - Slight wrinkling effect when applied to unstretched skin. Used when performer is in a perspiration-free environment.
B - Heavier wrinkling effect even if the skin is not stretched. Perspiration resistant under normal use. Most popular stipple.
C - Heaviest wrinkling effect possible. Great for use on hands.
Crusty - Gives the illusion of deeply weathered skin. Great for use on hands. For maximum adhesion apply a thin layer of Pros-Aide or Beta Bond before stippling on hands. Each jar provides 2 oz. of product.
Scar Material is a thick acetone-based plastic material pacakged in an esay to use aluminum tube. This product can be used to build keliod scars, blisters and to add various...
A Pro only range created by top U.S. MUA Matthew W Mungle, use this spirit gum to apply delicate fine hair lace & facial pieces onto foam, gelatine, silicone appliances...
95% alcohol based liquid plastic for use when sealing gelatin appliances and wax. Strongest when used over Pros-aide or Beta Bond. Sealers, thinned with 99% Alcohol, may be used (stippled...