Little Devil Horns

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Little Devil Horns

Latex applications for a crass Halloween Make-Up

With the little devil horns made of high quality latex you have the possibility to make up a fantastic Halloween make-up. Whether you want to portray a demon, a monster or a mystical animal from the fairytale world, realistic-looking latex horns as special make-up accessories, the Requisite is a must for make-up artists & hobby make-up artists.

The beige devil's horns with natural-looking ribbing can be used for live role-playing, Halloween, carnival and carnival equally. Latex wounds, as well as the already pre-dyed devil horns applications, are simply stuck with mastic skin glue or latex milk onto the previously cleaned, fat-free skin. After attaching the latex application, it is adapted to the skin tone of the environment with normal make-up or make-up from the theatre. Additional movie blood like ours Blood Gel / Blood Gel 30ml and Halloween Movie Blood 28ml make the effect even more drastic and very realistic. After using the latex application, it can be easily removed from the skin. Any adhesive residue from mastic and latex milk can be quickly removed with make-up remover, nail polish remover or with soap and warm water. Remove make-up and make-up from the latex application itself with warm water and soap, allow to dry and store away from the sun. So you can use your demon horns over and over again.

Scope of supply: 1 x small devil horns

  • Contents: 1 pair
  • Color: Beige/Brown/Skin colors
  • Size: approx. 3cm
  • Material: Latex
  • Already pre-dyed
  • Multiple use
  • Mastix skin glue, contact lenses & film blood not included.

Warning: The product contains latex. A test for allergic skin reactions in the crook of the arm is recommended, as latex can lead to temporary reddening of sensitive skin. If the test shows a violent reddening in the crook of the arm, we advise against using the latex application.