Make no mistake about it - Liquid Latex will
bond to body hair. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that any part of your body you plan to dip, coat, or paint with
Liquid Latex Body Cosmetic
should be free of body hair. Remember, just because you can’t easily see body hair does not necessarily mean that there is no hair present
! In a recent photo session using Liquid Latex, a guy who appeared to have virtually no body hair discovered that he indeed did have some very fine, almost-colorless hair on his back, which made removal of his latex garment a tad more difficult (and painful) to remove. Ever pull off an adhesive bandage from your arm quickly? Yeesh, not fun!
If you do
get liquid latex into your hair, it is best removed in the shower with a generous amount of soap to help lubricate the latex coating enough to allow it to gently slide off of the embedded hairs.Our Suggestion:
It is best to shave your sensitive body areas before applying liquid latex to the skin. We also suggest you liberally apply a coating of a trusted moisturizing lotion to your skin just before
applying the liquid latex. These quick & easy skin preparations will help ensure your total fun & satisfaction both during and after your latex-covered night out.
Another Useful Technique:
One trick used to remove liquid latex
involves saturating the surface of the skin with mild soap or shampoo, and then using a comb to slowly ‘nudge’ the latex from around the hair strands. This technique works very well in removing a latex coating from the skin that has encountered some hairy obstacles, and the process is also fairly painless. However, if you are into the ‘pain’ scene, and just love wax jobs (not for us, but hey, to each his own), then you can simply pull off the latex with one quick tug……and probably also remove most of the embedded hair…..leaving behind a baby-soft surface of skin.
If you use liquid latex
on your facial areas, be careful of your eyes, and always ‘vent’ the ammonia first. Brush your eyebrows with a light coating of vegetable oil, and this will tend to keep liquid latex off the hair.