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How to Create Realistic Facial Prosthesis

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Step 7: Reapplication

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Use step 3 to form the mantel of the prosthetic.

Apply a coat of liquid latex to your piece, making sure that you cover every crook and nanny of the piece, air bubbles in the reapplication can be uncomfortable and won't be as secure as the first application.

Apply at the top and work your way down tapping out any bubbles with forefinger.

While waiting for latex to dry try and limit movement of the area so as not to create any air bubbles.

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Another thing is I have a little bit of facial hair. Do you apply the liquid latex directly over the Vaseline? Or how does that work?
So all of these prosthesis are made from toilet paper?
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