Not another 'B&Q kit' thread!

Not another 'B&Q kit' thread!

8 posts
26 July 2009
JTurvey
Photographer
JTurvey
B&Q Kit?

Posted 26 July 2009
LindsaySianSnuggs
Make Up Artist
LindsaySianSnuggs
People suggesting you use paint mixed with glue! I can't believe people have actually suggested that to you - it's so dangerous!

As Colours suggested in the other thread Snazaroo paints are great & water-based, or if you want stuff to kind of 'dribble' down face/body you could mix creme colours with a foundation thinner - try Grimas - they do a good range of stuff: http://www.grimas.nl/

Linds xx

ps - just thought - the 'B&Q' bit wasn't aimed at you but just me despairing that people are suggesting paint & glue to you as a viable option! - not intended to offend or be flippantemoticon
Posted 26 July 2009
JTurvey
Photographer
JTurvey
No, it's Ok I've not got a clue with this type of thing, as mentioned in the other thread I would like to cover the model but not paint her as such. I would definitely have to seek the expertise of an MAU or Bodypainter if I did. I'll check out Grimas thank you Linds. Cheers, Jason
Posted 26 July 2009
Bob
Photographer
Bob
What's all the fuss. Just spray paint her with Halford's car body paint.

It worked for Goldfinger ..... and models are ten-a-penny these days.

Bob
Posted 26 July 2009
Victoria_Howard
Make Up Artist
Victoria_Howard
Bob

What's all the fuss. Just spray paint her with Halford's car body paint.

It worked for Goldfinger ..... and models are ten-a-penny these days.

Bob


I hope you are joking!

Do you know how sick to death I am of the gold finger myth.
Posted 27 July 2009
Secondskin
Make Up Artist
Secondskin
I think Bob is being humourous!? lol
Posted 27 July 2009
I'm not an mua but thought I'd just add this in. Some models (including myself) have very sensitive skin and even allergies to some glues and wall paint that you might get in B&Q. I'm allergic PVA glue and some superglue it brings me out in a horrendous rash! It is just not worth the risk and it is painful and a horrible experience for the model. These materials are just NOT designed for the skin.


Posted 29 July 2009
Edited by Flowerfairy11 29 July 2009
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