Sculpt Gel 300g - Clear - ONLY 2 LEFT
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Mouldlife Sculpt Gel Clear Sculpt Gel 300g - Clear - ONLY 2 LEFTSculpt Gel 300g set in Clear. Sculpt Gel is a silicone paste which is mixed together to create a spreadable mixture which can be applied directly onto skin, to create skin-like effects. It can be modelled to the desired shape and texture, setting whilst remaining flexible so it can move with... READ MORE
Sculpt Gel 300g set in Clear.
Sculpt Gel is a silicone paste which is mixed together to create a spreadable mixture which can be applied directly onto skin, to create skin-like effects. It can be modelled to the desired shape and texture, setting whilst remaining flexible so it can move with the skin. It is ideal for quick injury effects.
Sculpt Gel enables the make up artist to apply the prosthetic easily and directly to the person without creating any moulds or without doing any lifecasts.
Great for Neck Gashes, Cuts, Scars, Bullet holes, Burns, Swelling, Moles, Peeling Skin and Noses.
Sculpt Gel comes with three components - clearly marked as parts A, B and C.
- Use a clean separate spatula for each material to avoid cross-contamination
- Scoop out equal sized parts of A and B onto a clean surface.
- Mix the Part A and B together
- Part C in optional. It can be mixed in to soften the material to a gel
- Create your scar or wound, or even make a piece like a nose
- 4-5 minute sculpt time.
- Add colour using Skin Illustrator Alcohol Activated makeup.
AVOID CONTACT WITH LATEX!
Platinum silicones are usually very sensitive, and exposure to latex (in a dried or liquid form) can result in the silicone not curing properly. This is known as ‘inhibition’, and usually occurs on a surface someone has touched using latex gloves. As a result, if you do ever need to wear gloves make sure you use Vinyl and not Latex!