It's a vampire! It's a skeleton! It's... a Pierce Foam Latex Prosthetic that kinda reads as both! Don't let the paint job on the model fool you, though- this high quality full face prosthetic features a furrowed brow, exaggerated cheekbones and jawbone, sharp canines, a cleft chin, and a warthog-like snout that serves a variety of scary monster looks. Made to fit and move seamlessly with almost any adult face, this terrifying prosthetic is great for creating creatures such as orcs, vampires, and demons!
For the best possible results with your Pierce Foam Latex Prosthetic, apply skin safe adhesive to the piece up to the edges but NOT on the edge itself, and let the piece dry completely. Using a cotton swab or makeup sponge, apply adhesive to the skin, making sure the adhesive covers a larger surface area than the prosthetic will. Let dry.
Press and secure the CENTER of the prosthetic down first, laying the sides flat slowly and carefully as you go. Press edges firmly into the adhesive. If you like, you can dip a cotton swab in witch hazel and slowly roll the tip against the edges of the prosthetic. This will further blend it into the skin and dissolve the edges until it’s completely seamless.
Using a sponge, stipple more adhesive or liquid latex over the edges of the prosthetic. Let dry completely, then mist the entire area with sealing spray and paint with the makeup of your choice.