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Skin Illustrator Grunge Palette

This collection of colors is designed to simulate a variety of dirt, grime, and filth effects, and can be used to recreate the look of almost any dirty or soiled visage. The Grunge Palette unites Skin Illustrator colors that have been used separately for years. The colors have been created in collaboration with top artisans in the industry, and have been refined on various actors for the camera.

Two of the colors, Soot and Powder, have been introduced with the tag "fumo," meaning, "smoke." They are designed to have a serendipitous smoke quality that can be built up into overlapping patterns. Laying down layers of Soot followed by streaks of Black from the "FX" palette will introduce layering effects that add more depth than using either color alone.

You must use Skin Illustrator Activator, Skin Illustrator Slow Activator, or 99% alcohol to activate the color pigment. Do Not use 70% alcohol, MEK, acetone, water or any other solvent.

Removal is easy with PPI's Telesis Super Solv or Telesis Makeup Remover.

Palette includes: Dark Brun, Din, Rotten Stone, Prarie Dust, Sand, Soot, Muddy Waters, Sedona, Grass Stains, Powder

ABOUT SKIN ILLUSTRATOR : Skin Illustrator, developed by award winning makeup artist Kenny Myers, is a system of durable, water and abrasion resistant alcohol activated make-up that is available in palettes and liquids. Created by professionals for professionals, Skin Illustrator is designed to speed up the process of color applications and touch ups by greatly reducing the need to mix colors. The wide range of colors allows you total control to create any illusion imaginable.

Skin Illustrator will cover tattoos, create effects, color hair, and it can be used on foam latex, gelatin, plastic, and silicone appliances. The high pigment content provides rich color tones that stay in place and last all day. Skin Illustrator colors can be activated with a spray or dab of alcohol, and they require few touch ups other than an occasional powdering. Whether you use a brush, air brush, sponge or stipple technique, Skin Illustrator can fix a problem or keep one from happening.

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