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i think its the silicone sheets used for scars.. great idea
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Has anyone tried the liquid latex used in theater/movie makeup. I've been pondering it. Wonder if anyone has tried it. The pigments used to create different skin complexions have a more realistic undertone.
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Originally posted by dee1672 dee1672 wrote:

Originally posted by Kiwistardust Kiwistardust wrote:

Well, I tried it. Many ways; whole area, with and without makeup, patch area, one layer, two layers. It doesn't work. It's shiny. Looks like you have cling wrap on under your wig. Ouch 

The silicone sheets I have look way better. 

ETA: I used a part of my beater, I ain't got no closures.


What are silicone sheets?

Originally posted by msjaim2 msjaim2 wrote:

i think its the silicone sheets used for scars.. great idea

Yeee-up, Sexi's method - silicone scar away sheets. I got the CVS brand, but I may get the good-good now.
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FIYAAAAA! I Love it!
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This is worth a try. Me no likey grids.
 
As far her scalp color being off -just adjusting the concealor shade should do the trick,Geesh!
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I remember trying something similar with acrylic paint in a scalp like shade. It didn't work well because of the finish being too shiny and it being hard to fill the holes w/o it seeping through to the hair. 
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Originally posted by BeauTfllyBrwn BeauTfllyBrwn wrote:

Has anyone tried the liquid latex used in theater/movie makeup. I've been pondering it. Wonder if anyone has tried it. The pigments used to create different skin complexions have a more realistic undertone.

I tried it, at first it looked wonderful but the silicon is a real pain to take off after you applied it, you need to use a protection because you don't want it to be in contact with you hair, scalp or even your cap, and it's acting up, it melt, migrate...Confused
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she did that...... But You BHM womenz sure have some innovative ways to make your scalp look good. I have to bookmark this thread.
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