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BEN NYE ALCOHOL FX PALETTE- PRIMARY

Ben Nye Alcohol Activated Primary FX Palette is waterproof, extremely durable, non-toxic and produces ultra-realistic effects. Create body art and unlimited designs with primary shades. 

Removal: clean with alcohol then soap and water. It is best to moisturize the skin after cleaning.

Size: 6gm

Primary FX AAP01 - black, red, yellow, blue, white

  • Compact mini palette contains 5 primary colours 
  • Solid colours activated by FX 99% Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Water and sweat proof results
  • Long lasting
  • Create a variety of ultra realistic special effects on the skin
  • Professional special effects makeup product

Ben Nye FX Primary Palette is a super handy, compact palette containing 5 cells of solid pigment activated by using FX 99% Isopropyl Alcohol

These palettes are used for colouring skin hair and pieces in a range of realistic colours which are incredibly long lasting and are sweat, water and smudgeproof.

This palette contains all the primary colours: black, red, yellow, blue & white making it an incredibly versatile palette as you can create endless results by combining various shades.

Good for creating ultra realistic trauma effects. 

Manufactured by PPI (Skin Illustrator) for Ben Nye. 

*Must be activated with 99% or above alcohol-anything less such as 70% will not be effective.

Removal: clean with alcohol then soap and water. It is best to moisturize the skin after cleaning.

NB: These palettes of solid colour can appear dry, cracked & shrunken and this is just the nature of the product- when the pigment evaporates and dries into a solid formula so that it can be put into the cells. This is purely aesthetic and does not affect its performance or quality in any way at all. Also, because the formula is highly concentrated and has to be decanted into the cells using alcohol and then evaporated, this causes some shrinkage and means that the cell can never be quite full/filled to the top/edges. There is no way to set/solidify them in perfect unison so that they can be transported in solid palettes. Once the IPA/alcohol is in contact with the pigment it reactivates it and they work perfectly well without affecting the quality or performance.


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