Larp Make-up

Posted: 8th April 2013 by Epic Armoury blog in Larp Special Effects
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As you all know make-up during a Larp (live action role playing) can sometimes be a pain. Just the fact of trying to apply it when you are stuck out there in the bush can deter most anyone, leaving out the fact that is can be sometimes as hard to remove. That is why buying the right make-up is as important as your costume.

Make-up should not be hard to apply or remove, nor should it stain your clothing. It should be long lasting and comfortable to wear. Epic Armoury Canada produces its own high quality professional grade make-up that can live up to all your expectations.  Each color comes in a resealable plastic container and requires little water to apply.

Quality Make-up at low prices

Quality Make-up at low prices

Applying make-up can be done in a variety of ways using several different styles of sponges and brushes that will give you the desired effect that you need.  Simply humidify your applicator with water and they use the color of your choice.  You can mix and match colors on your skin to create depth and shading.  For example a large and porous sponge special effects stipple sponge is used to create a variety of special effects on the skin such as dilated pores, redness, irritations, burst blood vessels. A simple brush can be used to create defined lines, veins or tattoos. The trick to getting the desired effect is not to fear making a mistake.  Trial and error is normal for any make-up artist and you too!

The Epic brand makes make-up for larpers and the harsh environment for which they are used.  Our make-up will not run or itch.  In cases where there is excessive sweating you can use the setting spray.  This seals the pores and prolongs the life of your make-up. It can be applied on the face and body, in your hair and even on your latex weapon. It will not stain your clothing and can easily be washed off with a little soapy water. The make-up will not crack or peal and is hypoallergenic.

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