Liquid Latex Skin Color / Flesh 60ml

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Liquid latex skin color / Flesh 60ml

Latex milk as a liquid latex for the production of wounds and latex applications

Skin colored liquid latex is the trick of all great makeup artists! White liquid latex, also known as latex milk, is perfectly suited to create even horror special make-up effects such as latex wounds and scars for Halloween. Liquid latex is used by make-up artists in the theater and in the film industry to conceal transitions of sticky webs, or foam latex applications glued to the skin. The white, liquid latex becomes transparent after drying and then changes to your skin color.
The liquid latex is best used to make smaller wounds. For larger applications, it is advisable to apply the rubber milk to a carrier material such as kitchen paper in order to bring it to its final shape without the rubber milk being previously uncontrolled. Liquid Latex can be dyed and pigmented with acrylic paint as desired. Liquid latex is very versatile and can also be used excellently for molding objects in the hobby and craft sector and is often used by Liverollen players for producing latex weapons because of its flexibility.


Otherwise conspicuous and unsightly transitions of adhesive wounds, latex applications or foam latex masks can be combined with the skin-colored liquid latex almost invisibly with the real skin surface and thereby perfect. In order to make your latex wounds look realistic and dramatic, it is recommended to use makeup and special effects like Film Blood / FX Blood 30ml and Blood Scab Dark / Fresh Scratch rework.


  • Scope of supply : 1x liquid latex skin flesh / Flesh 60ml
  • Color: skin colors
  • Content: 60ml
  • Material: latex

A test of liquid latex for allergic skin reactions in the crook of the arm is recommended as liquid latex may cause temporary redness in sensitive skin. If you show a severe reddening during the test in the crook of your arm, we advise against using the latex milk.