Wound And Abrasion Filling:
After using the spatula to smooth the restoration filler material into the cavity, use a one-inch nylon brush to feather out the edges of the material or your finger. Note: The material becomes surface dry and will become tacky so remember to keep the finger and or the brush consistently saturated with water when blending and smoothing.
Fast Cure Filler Material:
Be advised that Restoration Filler will solidify in thirty degrees or below. If time is of the essence to speed up the drying process, Restoration Filler can be fast cured. Use canned air to achieve this method. Turn aerosol can upside down to freeze-dry the surface. There will be some surface debris/sweat so allow a few minutes to dissolve then blot the excess material.
Creating Skin Texture:
Place a very small portion on the wide end of the red rubber sponge and use the stipple technique to create skin texture.
Deep Cavity Filling:
With cavities more that 1/8 inch deep the cavity can be partially filled with the thicker substance called “Compound Putty” The rest of the cavity can be filled with Restoration Filler.
This can be easily achieved by rolling a section of Compound Putty in the palm of the hand to the shape of an eyeball.
Creating Stubble Hair:
A section of human hair matched to the subject can be chopped into 1/16 length or shorter to create hair, or beard stubble. Cut the fine pieces into a small paper cup. Use gum adhesive on the surface of hair replacement area. Blot or tap the surface of the area to create tackiness. Wet the tip of a foam rubber sponge to pick up the tiny hair follicles. Gently begin to lay sections of the loose hair onto the surface. Use a pair of fine needle tweezers for cleanup and placing hair in specific areas.
Cracked Or Chapped Lips:
Place a small portion of restorative filler onto the surface of lips with a spatula. Smooth with wet fingertip or ¼ inch fine brush. Apply base coat, or makeup to color the surface.
Foam Rubber Sponges:
Foam rubber sponges are the best sponges to use to apply makeup to surfaces. Synthetic sponges swell and distort when certain makeup is used. Trim the edges of the makeup sponges with applying makeup to prevent streaking lines.
Base Coat/Restoration Filler/Dry Makeup Pallets:
Any visible demarcation lines or mistakes made during the application process are simple to repair. All three restoration and makeup elements may be rotated. In other words, if you placed base coat on top of the wound to create a new skin coat and discover a demarcation area you may add more filler on top of the surface, provided the base coat is dry. Even after applying the dry pallet color to recreate tones, you may still use the filler on top to even the surface, then go back to add more dry color pallet for the finish work.
Bruising, Jaundice, Discoloration, and Tattoos:
PMRC Skin Coat usually applied in two to three layers will completely cover any skin discoloration such as bruising, blackness, unwanted tattoos or jaundice. Skin variegation can be achieved by using either the light or dark dry makeup pallets.
DO NOT SOAK BRUSHES:
Do not soak fine brushes in solvents such as brush cleaner, and alcohol. Dip brushes in only PMRC brush cleaner based solutions then blot and swipe onto a paper towel for pigment removal. You may soak brushes in a soap/water solution for a period of time to dissolve water and powder based pigments.