Liquid latex adds the ultimate finishing touch to your gory Halloween costume. Apply theatre-quality liquid latex to create wrinkles, monstrous skin texture, and realistic scars. Liquid latex also works as an adhesive for bald caps, prosthetics, and more! Apply blood (sold separately) for an extra gory look. When you're done, simply peel off, and wash The residue away with soap and water.
A water-based blood that squirts, gushes and splatters. Available in a 2 shades: Bright Arterial and Dark Venous and various sizes. May be used in appliances with tubing and a pump bulb to project squirting blood effects. Squirt Blood will run and eventually dry on skin. It can be used anywhere for a realistic bloody effect. Product may stain - pretesting is recommended.How to Use:May be used in appliances with tubing and a pump bulb to project squirting blood effects. Squirt Blood will run and eventually dry on skin. It can be used anywhere for a realistic bloody effect. (Product may stain. Pretesting is recommended). Remove with soap and water.The Mehron Story:Mehron Makeup has been the leader in professional makeup for over 90 years. Our products are used on the runway, stage, and movie sets around the world. Mehron Makeup is proud to offer distinct professional products for each of our three major makeup segments: beauty, body art, and performance. Proudly made in the USA since 1927.
What is ULTRA HI-FLOAT? It’s a patented liquid solution that dries inside latex helium-filled balloons to form a coating that helps hold in the helium. A single squirt inside the balloon keeps it floating longer – up to 25 times longer! Safe, nontoxic and biodegradable, HI-FLOAT is trusted by professional party planners and do-it-yourselfers alike. Best of all, HI-FLOAT is convenient and easy to use. In fact, you can inflate your balloons a day before the party so that you can concentrate on other preparations. No more last-minute decorating!
Over his 50-year career, Maurice Stein's Academy Award-winning (Planet of the Apes, 1969) makeup artistry has touched the faces of some of the brightest stars of film, television, and commercials-even three US presidents. He has worked on over 200 films and television shows and has more than 4,000 commercials to his credit
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DESIGN & FEATURES: Latex Rubber: These balloons are manufactured from a liquid rubber called latex. The balloon gets its color from the pigment that is added to the latex. Pigments are both organic and inorganic compounds that absorb certain wavelengths of visible light and reflect others. For example, a red balloon is red because the balloon absorbs all the visible light except red frequency light which is reflected back to the eye. The strength of balloons can be affected by the pigment if the pigment particle is large in size and interferes with the film continuity and if the pigment reacts with any of the other ingredients in the balloon. As far as which color has the most effect on the balloons strength, no conclusive study has been done.