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Hey guys I recently bought a clown wig that includes a bald top and hair on the back of the wig. I was wondering how I could conceal where the edge of the wig meets the skin. It's made of some kind of elastic cloth, not latex.
 

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You could try liquid latex and then some makeup on top.

Or if you are going to be a scary, creepy clown, why not use makeup and make it look llike a cut that is stiched together. Clown lobotomies....should be legalized. LOL
 

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lol, that would be a good idea. But the problem is that I'm dressing up as Pennywise from Stephen King's "IT". Basically he's supposed to look like a regular clown because he has to lure in the children.
 

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Probaly going to have to use some liquid latex to blend it in with your skin. Thats really the only way to make it look like part of you. Lucky thing is though is that pennywise is white and you don't have to worry about natural skin blending for the make-up.
 

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Probaly going to have to use some liquid latex to blend it in with your skin. Thats really the only way to make it look like part of you. Lucky thing is though is that pennywise is white and you don't have to worry about natural skin blending for the make-up.
yeah I'm sure that would be really annoying.

Thanks guys! Liquid latex sounds like the best option.
 

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You could try liquid latex and then some makeup on top.

Or if you are going to be a scary, creepy clown, why not use makeup and make it look llike a cut that is stiched together. Clown lobotomies....should be legalized. LOL
Legalized or Mandatory? :confused:
 
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