this was amazing to be a boxer for the weekend party. Everyone couldn't believe how lifelike it was when applied
The Plasto Wax is made up of a natural wax which imitates the color and texture of flesh. Used in the theatre and cinema industries to create small-scale special effects, it allows makeup artists to transform the face and create false wounds, bumps, scars, gunshot wounds, warts, false noses, etc. It is also used to cover up the eyebrows and can be painted over.
Place some Plasto Wax on a spatula. Gently work it with your fingers to get the desired shape and apply it on an oil-free skin. Once applied, smooth out with the Corrective Primer #0 neutral or the Pan Stick to blend in the Plasto Wax blends with the skin. Powder for a matte finish and apply makeup. To hide the eyebrows, smooth out a small quantity of Plasto Wax evenly over the eyebrow line in the direction of hair growth. Reverse the movement, then smooth again in the direction of hair growth until you get an even layer. Cover with a thick base (Pan Stick or Beard Concealer) until the eyebrow is completely invisible. Powder with the Super Matte Loose Powder to get a matte finish. Once the eyebrow is hidden, you can start applying makeup. The Plasto Wax can be removed with a spatula, followed by both Cleansing Oil and Tonic Lotion, or with lukewarm water and mild soap. In some cases, the Plasto Wax will be easier to shape if you first heat it with a hairdryer to soften it. For better adherence, apply several drops of Spirit Gum on the skin surface to cover. As a final touch, apply a layer of Plastic Sealor for a shiny finish or Liquid Latex for an opaque finish, which will create a protective waterproof film. Place the desired amount of Plasto Wax on a spatula and apply to the skin. For best results, make sure the skin is oil-free and perspiration-free. Once applied, lightly cover your fingers with a non-greasy cream (Corrective Base) to mold the Plasto Wax into the desired shape and gently smooth it out to soften it without excess. For more sophisticated shapes, use a dental or sculpting spatula.