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How do you use liquid latex?

I am being a She Devil for Halloween and I had bought a devil kit at Walmart. It has some liquid latex for the beard (which Im not using) but there are some rubber horns too. I was wondering if it would work for the horn? If so how???

One Response to How do you use liquid latex?

  • knight1192a says:

    It might work like Lesley Pratt Bannatyne’s recipes for dead and rotting skin in her "A Halloween How-To" only swapping the horns for cotton balls or oatmeal.

    "Dead Skin
    *Clean skin with astringent.
    *Lay down a coat of liquid latex on the area you’re treating. Use a cottone ball to apply the latex, and try to use de-ammoniated liquid latex—-it’s easier on the nostrils.
    *Stick a few cotton balls on the latex layer and let dry a minute or two.
    *Pull cotton balls off—the leaves a wispy texture of cotton ball fibers.
    *Paint latex over cotton fibers; let dry.
    *Cover area with makeup."

    "Rotting Skin
    *Clean skin with astringent.
    *Lay down a coat of liquid latex
    *Stick raw oatmeal on area; let dry for a few minutes.
    *Paint a few coats of latex over oatmeal with a cheap brush (once you dip it in latex it’s no good anymore.)
    *Cover area with makeup."

    I’d probably select an area of bare skin, clean it with astringent, then lay down a coat of liquid latex and attach a horn to that area, hold it for a few minutes then do the other side of your face.

    A note she has in the book, you’ll want to remove the liquid latex with cold cream.

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