Skull makeup effects appliance mask
A timeless classic. The skull is a bold, iconic piece with the cold scowl of Death itself. This is a two piece appliance (face & bottom jaw) that makes the eyes look sunken very deep so that under a hood they almost disappear completely. Perfect for a grim reaper costume, mummy, or just plain old skeleton.
Full frontal face prosthetic in foam latex. Supplied unpainted.
High quality foam latex appliances built specifically for the haunted house industry.
The package includes:
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Good quality mask. Was just a little small for my face, with the seam for the top piece barely making it above my brow. Was still able to make it work by going for the ripped off face look.
As a school teacher, the only time I have to work on the Halloween costume is the night before, so I tend to have these latex masks on for over 24 hours at a time, and they hold up remarkably well for marathon wear.
Secondary point, if you open your mouth wide enough one can eat solid food with out messing the makeup/mask.
Mostly dead had the best latex skull mask & application products!! I used graftobian's pro adhesive & liquid latex to apply this mask. I then the alcohol based single palette refills by encore to paint on my makeup. All of these products were amazing & worth every penny! I loved it & received many many compliments! And you definitely need the pro adhesive remover to remove the adhesive!!! That mask was not coming off otherwise! I put it on at 3-4pm & had it on until 2-3am after a lot of sweating & also being out in the rain! The mask held tight & my makeup didn't run! I'm a customer for life!!!
The mask was delivered very quickly and was exactly what I wanted. Can’t wait to wear it for trick or treat night, I think the kids will love it
Got this for Halloween of course, so nothing has been done with it yet, but I like what I see so far.
Well made flexible foam mask
Great detail on bone casting
Makeup seems to be good quality. Can’t wait for Halloween