Two face masks generally take a minimum of 2 hours to make, strengthen, and decorate. Sharing times vary.
Mask making requires Adult Supervision and lying still for 15-20 minutes.
Mask making is not recommended for those with claustrophobia.
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For a realistic looking mask, these steps are especially important to do after plaster cloth is applied to the face.
A. Create slack in plaster cloth
With nose holes ALWAYS aligned on nostrils, firmly pull plaster cloth (not skin!) slightly away from face to create slack between the eyes, on either sides of nostrils, and between lips and chin.
B. Use slack to contour
Use slack to mould cloth contours and define crevices around eyes, nose & mouth. Smooth with damp fingers to decrease wrinkles.