dealsgreen body paint - liquid latex (16oz. - 1 gallon…

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Our Liquid Latex is excellent for designing & producing any sort of elaborate theatrical costume, and the perfect enhancement to any of the bizarre wardrobes you would find at any of your favorite sci-fi/horror/comic book conventions. Oh, and if you’re a sports fan, you better believe this product is perfect for YOU.

Liquid Latex goes on and comes off easily. Liquid Latex is also superb for producing molded latex items from positive plaster castings or metal molds of any configuration (perfect for mask-making). Liquid Latex is so versatile, the possibilities are endless.

Liquid Latex Body Cosmetic™ (also available in a variety of Fluorescent colors) can be applied in a number of different ways, such as dripping, pouring, dipping, painting, and spraying. Since latex cured at room temperature is always a bit prone to adhering to itself, we highly recommend picking up our Ultra Shine Spray to use as a surface treatment after curing is complete.

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Featuring a completely non-toxic formula, Liquid Latex will actually lift off your skin by itself after several hours, allowing you to use the latex body garment again and again without excessive tear! Also, if you’re concerned that our Liquid Latex Body Cosmetic™ will clog your pores, fear not, as it in no way prevents normal perspiration from forming. Still skeptical? Find out more about Liquid Latex in our About Liquid Latex section, http://www.liquidlatex.com/aboutlatex.html

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@catbertthegreat: why are you painting yourself green?

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@hobbit: Green Hornet auditions, I'll bet. Or he's feeling a bit envious...or green about the gills...or very giant-like because he found a great deal on frozen vegetables...

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If they had gold you could recreate the movie Goldfinger.

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It ain't easy being green.

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Green Man. Goes great with the Always Sunny DVD.

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I think I saw a segment on HBO's "Real Sex" that used this stuff. Ummm ... I mean, I think someone told me about it. Yeah, that's the ticket.

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"Orion-Women" tag. That's rad.

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Because cosplaying as an Orion slave woman is every gir's aspiration, dontchaknow? Guaranteed a date with James Tiberius Kirk, and maybe even a bit of side action with Christopher Pike if he's in the right mood!

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This stuff is actually a lot of fun to play with; the only tricky part is removing it. Body hair, dontcha know. It's also useful to coat tool handles, although that usually requires several "dips" to get a useful thickness.

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Well, will certainly help playing the role of the Hulk for someone at a comic-con! Removal can be a beast, but it's better than wearing rubber tights when liquid latex can do the same with less restrictions! :)

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Two things come to mind. The trolls on world of warcraft, the movie, which has been announced. Or Avatar 2 will involve Blue vs Green in a capture the flag storyline, since the dances with wolves/ferngully card has been played.