How do you apply liquid latex to your face?

Apply a thin coat of liquid latex using a brush or sponge. After shaking the bottle, pour it into a bowl. Dip a brush or a sponge into the bowl, then apply the liquid latex to the area you want to cover. Be careful to only apply a small amount, as liquid latex dries quickly.

Can you apply liquid latex directly to skin?

Start with clean dry skin and use a disposable wedge sponge to apply a thin layer of liquid latex to the area where you want to create the blistered effect. Allow it to dry. This will take a minute or two, but you may speed up the process using a handheld fan.

How to make a zombie makeup?

Applying Zombie Make-Up Prepare your face. Apply latex or gelatin to create wounds and gashes (optional). Apply a base of white face paint or stage make-up. Create dark circles around your eyes. Hollow out your cheeks. Darken your lips. Create popping veins and bloody scratches. Finish with some fake blood.

How do you make zombie scars with latex paint?

To make scars or cuts, apply a long strip of latex and let it dry. Then, roll in the edges and apply another layer of latex over the top. Experiment with multiple wounds to make a zombie look. Try a combination of bite marks, scratches, and open wounds.

How do I apply latex?

Apply a thin coat of liquid latex using a brush or sponge. After shaking the bottle, pour it into a bowl. Dip a brush or a sponge into the bowl, then apply the liquid latex to the area you want to cover. Be careful to only apply a small amount, as liquid latex dries quickly. Use a plastic cup or bowl, so you can reuse it later.

How do you apply latex makeup without it clumping?

Apply another layer of latex to “build” your make up. Creating light layers of latex, instead of smearing on thick amounts, creates even coverage with minimal clumping. Mix a little bit of uncooked oatmeal with the latex, then apply in one or two small areas on the face.