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Night Queen, Silicone Half…

$150.00

Night Queen, Silicone Half Mask Female White Walker

Night Queen, Silicone Half Mask Female White Walker

$150.00

Finally a white walker mask built for women! Great for any Game of Thrones cosplay, Halloween, or just wearing to work when you’re having a bad day.

Please note: this half-mask comes fully painted. I am currently not offering unpainted versions as straight silicone is tricky to paint properly. Also the wig is not included.

Materials

Dragon Skin FX Pro silicone, psycho Paint

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Ready to ship in 2 weeks
From Middleville, Michigan

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Description

Finally a white walker mask built for women! Great for any Game of Thrones cosplay, Halloween, or just wearing to work when you're having a bad day. Please note: this half-mask comes fully painted. I am currently not offering unpainted versions as straight silicone is tricky to paint properly. Also the wig is not included. Because the mask is stretchy it should fit a broad range of faces. Definitely not a one size fits all type mask though. If you need a larger or smaller mask, feel free to message me for custom projects. Unlike a latex mask, this mask stretches and conforms to your face. It moves with you, making it extremely comfortable to wear and allowing you to show different expressions. I decided to use Ecoflex 00-35 silicone from Smooth-On for this piece rather than doing it in latex or as an encapsulated silicone appliance. Latex doesn't move with you and doesn't look as realistic because your expression never changes. Encapsulated silicone appliances are wonderful but you only get a few applications before it falls apart. This particular silicone is very soft so you get good movement, but is still quite durable and should last indefinitely. I paint these masks using a silicone based paint that is very durable and bonds to the mask so it won't scratch or rub off. Application is quick and easy. Just use a skin safe adhesive like Sil-Key, Telesis, Skin Tite, or even pros-aide. I'll be doing a video soon showing how I go about applying this mask soon. Basically you brush the adhesive onto the model's face and then on the mask, let the adhesive dry, then line up the chin, lips, nose, brow areas before working out from the center of the face until it is all glued down. A huge thanks to my model @army.vet.girl for being so fun to work with. This was one of her first cosplays and she killed it! Also, let me know if you need a giant axe or other cosplay prop as I also made the axe for this costume. Thanks for looking, Arend
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