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M-108 Blue Silicone Paint 30g (206057)
The M-Series paints are excellent for creating the most realistic skin tone effects. These precise colors are semi-transluscent and especially designed for intrinsic and extrinsic coloring. Color: M-108 Blue
M-Series Color Pallette:
M-101 - Olive Tan
M-102 - Tan
M-103 - Dark Tan
M-104 - Warm Blush
M-105 - Blush
M-106 - Deep Blush
M-107 - Yellow
M-108 - Blue
M-109 - Basecoat bottles
Color Application Guide:
M 101 Olive Tan - used to darken the skin as a "tan". More of an olive tone. Also for freckles and age spots.
M 102 Tan - used to darken the skin as a "tan". Used on most skin tones from light to medium shade. Also for freckles and age spots.
- used to darken the skin as a "tan". Used on most skin tones from medium to dark shades. Also for freckles and age spots.
M 104 Warm Blush - used with fair skin tones to give a warmer tone to the skin.
M 105 Blush - used on most skin tones from light to medium shade.
M-106 Deep Blush - used on most skin tones from medium to dark shades, or to give a more cooler tone to the skin.
M 107 Yellow - used to give a more olive tone to the skin or fatty tissue.
M 108 Blue - used to create veins or to give a bluer tint to the skin or mauvy blush.
M 109 Basecoat used to promote a better bonding surface for extrinsic painting when using a shore 20A or higher/harder silicone. Made to be brushed in an open mold prior to packing pigmented Platinum Base Silicones. Must be used with M-109 "Basecoat Part A". The M-109 Basecoat is a slower setting clear Platinum Silicone that can also be poured in a mold and drained to create a skin prior to packing pigmented Platinum Base Silicone ex: finger mold. Also used as a soft skin encapsulator for Gel filled appliances.
M/F-110 Clear - used as a clear coat for both intrinsic and extrinsic painting, as a binder for the WS-Series Water Soluble Matting Powders, as an encapsulator for Gel filled appliances, and as a binder for your own Platinum compatible pigments (always make a test first).