Latex milk 56ml with sponge
Create your own professional Halloween & Horror Make-up effects now!
Now use the horror shop Latexmilch 56ml with sponge to create grandiose looking Halloween SFX make-up effects like you've only seen in Hollywood & horror movies. With our latex milk, you can conceal transitions from latex wounds, stick on bald films & even create disgusting latex applications. The latex milk is especially suitable for scary zombie skin and terrible looking wounds in the area of effect make-up!
Use our Horror Shop Latex Milk 56ml with sponge together with small shreds of cosmetic tissues, toilet paper or parts of paper tissues that you coat with liquid latex or soak with latex milk beforehand. After drying, the zombie skin can still be torn open and cut with a toothpick or fine nail scissors. In order to achieve an old, diseased facial skin, the latex milk is applied under taut skin to the areas which naturally later show the first wrinkles. Whether you're shaping a Halloween wound or wrinkled skin, the liquid latex should always be dried before you continue to make up your creation. For the professionals we have a whole range as Bottle of liquid latex as a latex milk well as a suitable one Halloween Movie Blood 28ml.
Scope of supply: 1x latex milk 56ml with sponge
- Contents: 56,6 ml latex, 1x make-up sponge
- Color: White (dries transparent)
- Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Rubber Latex, Propylene Glycol, Acrylate Copolymer, Phenoxyethanol, CI77891 (Titanium Dioxide)
- little ammonia
- Great to glue on latex applications
- Create wounds yourself
- to conceal transitions
- To portray skin aging
- to create zombie skin
As with all decorative cosmetics, allergic skin reactions can occur in sensitive persons. It is therefore recommended that a test be carried out in the crook of the arm before using the product in order to rule out any allergic reactions. Apply the product to a small area of the crook of the arm and allow to work for approx. 30-60 minutes. If an allergic skin reaction occurs, use of the product is not recommended.