This glue on Pig Set is a top quality latex prosthetic.
Easy to apply.
Top quality latex prosthetic nose and chin set with instructions and suggestions for a professional-looking application.
Other items not included but needed are: spirit gum, spirit gum remover, and pink cream makeup. Optional items you may like to have on hand are liquid latex, colorless powder, powder puff, and latex sponges.
Small measures 2 inches wide and 1 and 3/4 inches high.
Minors should only use under adult supervision.
Use the latex to fill in and smooth the attachment line between the fake nose and your skin.
If you need to purchase additional spirit gum or latex, I have included a link below. Each of the smaller bottles comes with a built in applicator brush. For larger quantities, please contact me.
The spirit gum adhesive remover is also available below. This is a specially developed solvent for the removal of the spirit gum. It is gentler to the skin than most other removers.
SUPER EASY APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Brush on Spirit Gum to the back of any area where the prosthetic piece is touching the skin. Spirit Gum may also be applied directly to the skin, especially on larger pieces.
Hold the appliance against the skin to determine proper placement. Although most of the appliances can be worn in several places, it is best to check for proper alignment of some pieces.
Edges may be trimmed for a better fit.
Position the piece onto your skin in the desired area and press into place. For best adhesion, remove the piece and use your index finger to tack the Spirit Gum with a rapid up and down motion. This will cause the Spirit Gum to become extremely tacky. Then Firmly press the piece back into place.
SUGGESTIONS FOR A PROFESSIONAL LOOK:
For thinner edges, after applying the fake pig nose to your skin with Spirit Gum, the edges may be stippled, using a small piece of White Latex Sponge with a thin coat of Flesh Latex. Allow this to dry before applying a second coat.
A hair dryer set on low will help speed up the drying time.
Powder the dried latex when finished.