Apply Pros-aide Cream Adhesive with a cone, just as you apply henna; create freehand multi-color body gilding!
Use Pros-aide Cream Adhesive for belly dance: it won't sweat or shower off!
Match your costume, shimmy and sparkle!
Use Pros-aide Cream Adhesive to create a mask:
Use Pros-aide Cream adhesive with gilding powder, glitter, gems, and Mehron Metallics to create masks for dancers, Halloween, and carnival. The beauty will not sweat or wash off. There is no discomfort or loss of peripheral vision as there would be with a solid mask. The adhesive can be pealed off, or removed with baby oil or Pros-Aide remover.
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Purchase Pros-Aide Adhesive Cream .5 oz jar (easy to free-hand with a cone) = $4.99 #3904
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Purchase three disposable Pipettes for filling cones = $1.50 #3977
Purchase Pros-Aide Remover = $7.99 #3905
Do you want to do body gilding with Pros-aide Cream? You will need the following:
Tape the tips of your cones. Pros-Aide Cream may run out of your cone, even if you have rolled the tips very tight. Prepare to fill three cones with one jar of Pros-Aide Cream.
Set cones into a box, and make sure they're not going to tip or fall. Make sure that if they DO tip or fall, they're not going to make a mess of anything that can't be thrown away.
It is not easy to get the glue into your cones without making a mess. This glue is very difficult to clean up, and can only be cleaned with 91% isopropyl alcohol.
A disposable bulb pipette my be easier for you to work with than a stick or tiny spoon. Suck up some of the adhesive by squeezing the bulb, then squeeze the bulb again to deposit the adhesive into the cone. Get the adhesive down into the cone, not up a side or near the top.
Divide one jar of Pros-aide Cream into three cones with a pipette or stick. Do not fill the cone up more than half way.
An over-full cone is much more likely to ooze glue out the top and make a mess. Use all of the jar of adhesive. If you only use part of the jar, and screw the lid back down, it will glue itself shut.
Wipe any glue from the open end of the cone.
Roll down the top and tape securely. This cone is probably much smaller than you usually use for henna. Smaller cones are easier to work with for body gilding, smaller cones are less apt to leak, and you will need much less glue than henna.
Use disposable tools for filling cones: the glue is extremely difficult to clean up. Wipe your hands clean with isopropyl alcohol: if you have glue on your fingers, they'll stick to everything you touch.
|To apply this body art, begin by cleaning the person's skin, or the glitter will stick where you do not want it to. |
ASK THE PERSON IF THEY ARE ALLERGIC TO BAND-AIDS OR ADHESIVES. This product does not contain latex, but some people are allergic to adhesives. Do not use this product on any person who is allergic to band-aids.
If you get this product on clothing, rinse it out with isopropyl alcohol. It will not wash out.
A neck, chest, face, back, belly, arms and shaved legs are ideal places for application. If you apply this glue to hairy skin, removal will be as difficult as getting bubble gum out of a cocker spaniel's ear.
Remove the tape from the tip when you are ready to work. The tape keeps the glue from leaking out, and it keeps the glue from drying at the tip. If the glue dries at the tip, wipe away the dry bit with an alcohol pad.
Clip the tip of the cone a tiny bit. Use a smaller line and squeeze less than you would henna paste. I prefer very thin lines which dry quickly. Other people use heavier lines, which dry more slowly.
The glue will begin to dry quickly. If your lines are thin, the glue will be dry in five minutes. When the body glue becomes completely transparent, and you can't see any more white, it is dry enough to apply glitter.
Brush glitter on, and brush away excess. Brush very lightly to spread the glitter exactly where you want it to go.
Do you want a design with many colors? You can brush in more colors, but the colors will blend together.
Brush away the excess with a blusher brush.
If the weather is very humid, or if the person is perspiring, you may need to rinse off excess glitter. You can wash away the excess glitter, gilding powder, or metallic powder with soap and water, washing will not disturb the pattern!
Do you want to add another, clearly separate color? Apply more glue and let that dry.
When your second glue application is dry, brush in another glitter color.
Brush away the excess with your blusher brush.
No more worries about aftercare! The person can put clothing on over this body art. The person can shower, and the art will not come off! This body art will last between three and ten days, depending on how the person takes care of their art.
Create flexible, comfortable skin armor for mythic warriors, dance, carnival, and role playing ... even for week-long events! This will not sweat off or smear during battle, dance, performance, or partying.
Use with gilding powders and gems for comfortable, flexible, durable pasties! You can wear clothing over them, shower, and dance: they'll last for days!
Create comfortable, colorful, shimmering body lingerie! You can put clothing over this body art, for startling revelations!
Does this gilding really last? This picture was taken ONE WEEK after the bellydance image above. One curl is gone, and a few gems fell off. Otherwise, soap, baths, clothing, and normal wear had no effect on this. When you want to remove this: pick and peal it off or remove with isopropyl alcohol and oil, or the remover sold above.
Create fantasy skin for mythical beasts and role playing! Swim, battle, dance, sleep, bathe, and have fun with your magical skin for days!
This body art is tactile, comfortable, and dazzling! It feels like cut velvet to touch. It looks like living starbursts! Try it! Have fun! This may be the best thing that ever happened to your body art repertoire.