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3rd Degree Silicone Modelling Compound

Alcone’s 3rd Degree Silicone Modeling Compound is an extremely versatile product that can resurface skin, create special effects and even be poured into molds! This Silicone Molding Compound creates realistic wounds, scars, and prosthetics, or fill in uneven texture to smooth out skin. Choose your size, or get both and refill your smaller jar for transporting in your kit!

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Code EAN: SKU: 73134Categories: Latex & Wax, Silicone, Silicone & Gelatin, Special FXProduct Brand: Alcone

Description

Alcone’s 3rd Degree Silicone Modeling Compound is an extremely versatile product that can resurface skin, create special effects and even be poured into molds! This Silicone Molding Compound creates realistic wounds, scars, and prosthetics, or fill in uneven texture to smooth out skin. Choose your size, or get both and refill your smaller jar for transporting in your kit!

Additional information

Size

2oz, 4oz, 8oz

Silicone Color

Clear, Blood Red, Medium, Dark, Light

Sours: https://stagedoor.dk/product/3rd-degree-silicone-modelling-compound/

3rd Degree Silicone Modelling Compound

Alcone’s 3rd Degree Silicone Modeling Compound is an extremely versatile product that can resurface skin, create special effects and even be poured into molds! This Silicone Molding Compound creates realistic wounds, scars, and prosthetics, or fill in uneven texture to smooth out skin. Choose your size, or get both and refill your smaller jar for transporting in your kit!

EAN: N/ASKU: 73134Category: SiliconeProduct Brand: Alcone

Description

Alcone’s 3rd Degree Silicone Modeling Compound is an extremely versatile product that can resurface skin, create special effects and even be poured into molds! This Silicone Molding Compound creates realistic wounds, scars, and prosthetics, or fill in uneven texture to smooth out skin. Choose your size, or get both and refill your smaller jar for transporting in your kit!

Additional information

Size

2oz, 4oz, 8oz

Silicone Color

Clear, Blood Red, Medium, Dark, Light

Sours: https://stage-door.co.uk/product/3rd-degree-silicone-modelling-compound/
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Slice and Dice with 3rd Degree!

Slice and Dice with 3rd Degree!

 

I don't know what you are planning to be this Halloween but I think you should take a look at a product that has made it's way into Hollywood Make-up history. It can certainly give the makeup for your Halloween costume that extra kick it needs. I'm talking about 3rd Degree. This creation is very easy to use, looks great and super customizable to your specific look. The use of 3rd Degree has basically replaced the various Nose and Scar waxes available. Not to mention this product is completely hypoallergenic. The downfall, there are a few rules to follow...but that's what we will go over in this article. We'll discuss a couple do's & don'ts and a couple helpful hints to get your creative juices flowing.

 Let me start of by explaining exactly what 3rd Degree is. This little bad boy is a 2-part platinum silicone for special FX makeup that “cures” or sets in about 10-13 minutes and comes in five different shades. What does this mean to you? Well, once the two silicone's (A&B) are mixed together, you can place the mixture directly on your skin and create almost anything from 3rd degree burns (DUH!) slit throats, cuts, swollen cheek bones, scars…honestly the list goes on and on. As long as you use common sense like not putting the mixture in your eyes or mouth or overly hairy places, this product is 99% safe. Before you dig that palette knife into A or B lets go over a couple rules first and then it's play time. 

Rule # 1: No latex what-so-ever, gloves, foam latex prosthetics etc. If you have to use gloves, I recommend nitrile gloves (we carry them FYI). 

Rule # 2: Do NOT double dip your mixing tool into both jars (A&B), if the slightest bit of product gets into the other jar it will make them cure, dry, react. You’ll want to wipe off your tool every time you dip. 

Rule # 3: For this product to “react” and cure properly you need to use equal amounts of both A & B silicones. If eyeballing it seems a bit to risky, we suggest using simple kitchen measuring spoons to get the parts just right. 

That's mainly it as far as the rules go, I guess it's time to have a little fun. If you have any more questions, feel free to call Frends Beauty Supply's special fx department during work hours and they'll be glad to help you out. To begin using it you’ll want to have a mixing palette and palette knife handy. You'll need an astringent to clean the skin too. One of my favorites is Telesis Top Guard Skin Barrier. Witch Hazel is great too! You will also need some 99% Alcohol to blend edges and makeup to finish it the final look! Here are some simple steps to go by:

Step # 1: Clean skin with astringent so 3rd Degree holds well.

Step # 2: Mix equal parts of A & B on a mixing palette or wax palette.

Step # 3: After both parts are mixed apply to the area you want your creation to be, you’ll have about 6-8 minutes “working” time to sculpt and create what you want. Be sure to carefully blend the edges out (feathering almost) so it looks as real as possible.

Step # 4: Once the creation is fully cured, I like to “seal” it to give some texture so color sticks to it easily. I like to take a stipple sponge and with your favorite sealant, whether that’s Final Seal, Flexible Sealer or similar, stipple two to three layers of product on piece.

Step # 5: Now it’s time to paint! You can use Alcohol Palettes, Cream Makeups or Rubber Mask Grease paints

There are endless tricks to using 3rd Degree and the more you play the more you’ll learn them! You could make one hell of a Harvey Dent, Two Face. What you'll want to do for this is mix a pigment like Ben Nye's creams into Part A or B, then mix both equally and apply. Once cured I like to paint them with alcohol activated make-ups like Skin Illustrator or Graffiti Inks. Endless possibilities. 

One other way I like to use 3rd Degree is what I call the Ve technique. What I do is mix very little cream foundation into Part A or B, mix them together and using s popsicle stick or palette knife then place the mixture in a 12ml curved tip plastic syringe with some of the tip cut off. Once inside the plastic syringe and the lever is pushed down you can make killer keloid scar. I blend it all down with 99% alcohol and wait for it to finish curing. BOOM BABY!!! Awesome scars for Edward Scissorhands or branding/villainous looks. If you want to take it a step further, after you blend with the 99% alcohol, you can take a tooth pick or something and make slices into to it and now you have little razor blade cuts. Just add fake blood!

Now that you got the basic rules down and got the creative juices flowing got out there and scare the crap out of some people this Halloween, and if you’re super pumped take a photo and tag Frends Beauty or #FrendsBeauty. We love to see our clients at their best! 

Your Fx Guy,

Sours: https://www.frendsbeauty.com/blog/tutorials/entry/using-3rd-degree-silicone-makeup-for-special-fx

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