3D FX Transfer Tattoo large flesh wound

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3D FX Transfer Tattoo large flesh wound

Photorealistic laceration with 3D special effect!

Make-up at the zombie walk in a wounded man with 3D FX Transfer Tattoo large laceration & schockiere on Halloween your party guests with a realistic horror makeup.

Special makeup effects as from the Hollywood dream factory.Self-adhesive and latex free 3D FX are transfer Flesh Wounds, the solution for Halloween and horror fans with a latex allergy! With the 3D FX transfer wounds achieved your fantastic makeup special effects, without being itself artist or make-up artist.Sprinkle with minimal effort and without prior knowledge! Please still pay close attention to the description, as the 3D FX transfer tattoo is to use large flesh wound only once!

The inventor of the 3D FX transfer wounds Christien Tinsley is one of the most famous make-up artists in Hollywood.His work can be admired in films like "American Horror Story", "I am Legend" and "The Passion of the Christ" directed by Mel Gibson.The application of 2D and 3D makeup effects earned him even an Oscar.Now you have the opportunity it Christien Tinsley and imitate the 3D FX Transfer Tattoo large laceration an Oscar mature Halloween & Horror makeup to wear with 3D FX transfer wounds.

  • Delivery: 1x 3D FX Transfer Tattoo large flesh wound
  • Content: 1x wound
  • Color: Skin color / Red
  • Size: approximately12 cm x 7 cm
  • self-adhesive
  • simple application
  • Hollywood-style results
  • easy lamination & application of the make
  • versatile applications
  • Latex-free
  • This product is for single use only

Exceptionally easy to use:

  • Cut desired wound and detached from the transfer paper
  • 3-D contact wound and press again on the transfer paper
  • Pull plastic protector on the back of the wound
  • presses wound to the back at least 30 seconds firmly onto the skin
  • completely moisten transfer paper with a sponge
  • Moist transfer paper Carefully pull - done