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Bulbous nose - Extra Large

Rubber Wear

$20.00 

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Give your nose more character with this bulbous appliance. With flared nostrils and a large, rounded tip this prosthetic will add character to any costume.

Made of foam latex.

Sculpted by Hollywood makup artist Rob Burman. See more about Rob Burman on IMDB or check out RobBurmanSculpture.com.

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Customer Reviews

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Christa N. (Laurel, US)
Excellent and so comfortable!

I expected a cool nose, but I never would've expected how soft and comfortable it is to wear! Great work Mostly Dead. Highly Recommend!!

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Aaron H. (Ocoee, US)
5 star service!

Great company! Order came very quickly! I’ll be ordering from them again! Loved the special goodies they sent as well!

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Leanne L. (Croydon, GB)
Great product and fun

Lovely product easy to apply and blends in well. I painted it green along with face paint to create a princess fiona from shrek look for fancy dress :)

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Draft H.G. (Corrales, US)
Another excellent prosthetic from Mostly Dead

I rely upon this company for excellent products, shipped quickly, at competitive prices. This extra large bulbous nose was of excellent quality, well made, the softness and texture very lifelike, and it absorbed make up well. I wish to reuse it, so with the spirit gum remover I was able to get it off intact. Quite satisfied.

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stan s. (Denver, US)
Too Big

The nose gave a comic appearance. The part was dramatic.

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CHRIS G. (Concord, US)
Bulbous Nose - Extra Large

Package arrived on time. Accurate to what was requested.
Very comfortable- very light-weight, with edges that blended well. I wore it all day.
I am very satisfied with my purchase.

This was my first experience with facial prosthetics or stage makeup of any kind.
My experience would have been enhanced even more if there had been a tutorial link on the item's page specific to your line of products for attaching/removing as well as suggested information about paints or cosmetics to use and a suggested process, for those who may be new to this sort of thing. I ran out of time to research adequately and ended up painting the piece with latex after attaching it, then using some bronzer for color. It turned out "ok," but up close it was apparent that I hadn't matched my skin tone well. Painting with the right materials, I think, would have yielded much better results.
Thanks for a great product!

We have a lot of information on our Tutorials and Instructions page including videos and print instructions that outline makeup choices.
https://www.mostlydead.com/pages/tutorials-and-instructions