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- Bloody scab makeup
- Black & white creme makeup
- Spirit gum & remover
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Inner beauty is what counts right? Peel back the layers of your flesh and show the world how gorgeous you can be. This Zipper FX Make Up Kit will teach you how to make the right impression on unsuspecting guests. - Spirit Gum and Remover - Makeup - Brush - Sponge - Zipper - Fake Blood
- Package Dimensions: 9 x 7.5 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00MACGI2U
- Date first listed on Amazon: May 29, 2012
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Time: It took me about 45 min - 1 hr (I can be OCD at times, so you could probably do it quicker).
The instructions are straight-forward. The toughest part is getting the zipper glued to your face (the spirit glue is, well, sticky - so it sticks to everything). I used the brush that comes in the kit to get the glue in those though spots, then used the plastic handle to hold the zipper in place until it dried.
I saw a similar kit in the local Halloween store - not nearly as good quality as this one (it's an actual zipper in this kit, not plastic).
Tips: Follow the instructions (seems silly to say, but it can be easy to bypass)! Before you glue the zipper on, look in the mirror and move your face around (open your mouth, smile, etc.) and look for the area of your cheeks that don't move as much... this is where you should try to put the zipper. The reason being is that the zipper doesn't flex much when glued on, if you put it in a place (say close to the mouth), it won't allow you as much freedom to smile, open your mouth, etc. without potentially pulling or popping off. Further from the edges of your mouth move less and have less likely-hood of popping off or limiting your face (to eat or whatever).
I used the cotton at the end of q-tips to add 'hanging pieces' from my chin/face and covered them in red blood. Letting the 'blood' dry enables you to add more on top to create that texture (I didn't use any black makeup inside the zipper part). Be generous w/ the white makeup and use it on your neck area, ears, etc. You can wear a hood or hat if you want to hide the top of the zipper (though a hat may push against the zipper - not comfy). To remove, just hop in a warm shower and use the spirit gum remover (works great - be careful not to use it all at once).
Watch out for: once the zipper is glued on, it doesn't flex a whole lot, but your skin does (note tip around where to put the zipper). I still couldn't open my mouth very wide to eat and felt a little limited. Don't touch your face! You'll get a nose itch, just be cognizant! Bring some paper towels w/ you in case you need to clean-up mishaps. Once it's dried, it's pretty solid, but try not to touch it - as it can flake off the blood.
You're going to need some help getting it on, but once it's done, the rest is a breeze. Took about 30 minutes start to finish for me and I did the make up part myself. Considering I have never done makeup in my life, I think it turned out pretty well.
Protip: If you do it over the mouth (like I did) , you're going to have a hard time eating. I ended up ripping up some of the glue when I ate lunch at work. So if you do it that way, carry some glue with you.
To create a more scabby look, I used some piece of toilet paper and glued them to my face before applying the blood make up. Worked out well.
I uploaded my picture for reference