The Scream Team : Actors and Prosthetic Makeup

Posted on September 01, 2019 by The Scream Team LLC | 1 comment

“All that prosthetic makeup drains you. By the time it’s lunch, you’re done.”Mickey Rourke ——————“I had to get used to wearing a mask and wearing a prosthetic and performing with those things while singing and expressing myself through stylized movement, while keeping it as human as possible so the audience could be closer to the […]

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Common Mistakes Made When Using Foam Latex Appliances

Posted on September 01, 2019 by The Scream Team LLC | 0 comments

We often get asked, “What are the most common mistakes people make when applying the Scream Team Prosthetic?” So here is our list of common first-timer mistakes: Not doing your hands: You apply your foam latex appliance, color to perfection, add your contacts, wig and costume…The dead giveaway? Always your hands! Most forget to add […] http://www.screamteam.com

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Post Make-Up Mistakes and Tips

Posted on September 01, 2019 by The Scream Team LLC | 0 comments

Okay, the night was awesome. People were so amazed at your make-up prowess and how frightening you were. Children cried, dogs barked, goth chicks gave your their phone number. All in all, it was a makeup success thanks to you using our awesome products and finding your “inner monster”! When taking off their foam latex […]

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Recommended Products we love for your Scream Team foam latex prosthetic

Posted on August 21, 2019 by Barbara Ramp | 0 comments

Recommended Products for your Scream Team Prosthetic Folks ask us all the time: What products do you use (besides our own foam latex appliances and makeup kit )?

Well, we do use and adore a bunch of products that suit our monster-loving needs. But one company love is  Premiere Products Inc.  

 1. PPI's Skin Illustrator   is a go to product for us. Developed by makeup artist, Kenny Meyers and created by Premiere Products Inc, it's an alcohol based, deeply pigmented make-up for use on appliances. Their palettes are amazing and varied (something for everyone). Scott Ramp uses them every time he does a creation. In fact, PPI has developed a Skin Illustrator palette exclusively  for The Scream Team!  A mini palette with must have colors.  

2. They also have Telesis 7 a silicone based adhesive. It's an industry standard.  Super adhesive. Not for newbies, as once this sticks, it's stuck. It's amazing like that. 

3. Green Marble Sealer / Blue Marble Sealer Great for sealing colors and setting makeup so you can apply in layers. We love all of PPI's products! Would you Scream Teamers be interested if we carried a few of these in our store

Let us know what you think. Also what products do you love? 

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What’s your Monster Backstory? 2019

Posted on August 21, 2019 by Barbara Ramp | 0 comments

Every monster has a story. And your monster should too. What makes an actor great? The prep work he has done to create his character. Why should you be any different in creating your monster? In a haunted event or even just dressing up for a party? It deserves a attention to detail. Where did […]
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