Step I - Always start your makeup with a clean, dry face. If you need moisturizer under the makeup, make sure it is water-based type, as it will be absorbed in the skin faster and will not leave an oily coating on the face. If applying makeup to several people we recommend scooping a small amount of makeup out and putting it on a palette, this will help prevent the spread of germs.
Step 2 - Place bolt appliances on your neck or face to find proper fit. Hold each appliance in place, add some powder on a powder puff and pat it around the edges of the appliance. Remove the appliance and you should have an outline of the area the appliance will cover. You may need to trim off some excess edges first.
Step 3 - Using the applicator brush in the cap of the Spirit Gum, apply it to the area on the skin that the appliance will cover. Using you index finger or the appliance, tack up the Spirit Gum by tapping it repeatedly. When you see “threads” coming off your face, the Spirit Gum is tacky. Press the appliance into the Spirit Gum. Using a powder puff, pat powder around the edge of the appliance to remove any stickiness caused by excess Spirit Gum.
Step 4 - Draw a Makeup Sponge across the top of the green base makeup and begin to apply it to the skin with a patting motion. Apply makeup to the face, neck, hands and any other exposed areas. Step 5 - Next use the black makeup to shadow areas such as under the eyes to give a sunken look, and any other areas you want to look deep set. If any dark lines are too harsh, stipple a thin layer of base over them with your sponge. Blend with the makeup sponge. Draw a long long to represent a cut, followed by stitch marks. Step 6 - Next use the white makeup, mixed with a little green, to highlight areas such as the nose, cheekbones and forehead, and any other areas that you want to look raised. If any light lines are too harsh, stipple a thin layer of base over them with your sponge. Blend with the makeup sponge. Add highlights to the stitch marks to create a 3D effect. Step 7 - You can use a brush to detail your makeup. A brush can also be used in place of a sponge to apply makeup in tight spots, like around the eyes.
Step 8 - For added effect, you can add some Blood Gel around the bolts and cut. A good option is to add Cinema Secrets Rotten Teeth or Temporary Tooth Stain. Removal - To remove all makeup, use soap and warm water, however it is best to use the Cinema Secrets Makeup & Adhesive Remover. Put a small amount into your hand and using the pads of your fingertips, massage into makeup. Work in circular motions, being careful not to get any in your eyes or mouth. If some should get in your eyes, flush them with plenty of cool water.
Note: If you use your fingers to apply makeup, the oils in your fingers will work to break down the makeup. The makeup will not last as long or provide a smooth even coverage.
WARNINGS: If you are sensitive to latex, discontinue use. Do NOT use around eye area. Do not ingest. Not intended as a food product. Not intended for children under 8 years of age.